I am looking for a course in MCSE or MCSA. I currently work in Nicaragua configuring servers, installing Microsoft products and implementing DHCP, DNS, VPN, Active directory, and troubleshooting of my company's networking LAN. Which course should I take?
Depending on your ability to travel, you might want to investigate online offerings first and foremost. Given the list of technical items in your e-mail, you're probably going to be better-served by pursuing MCSE training rather
than MCSA training
. My advice would be to visit the Spanish-language MS Web site for Latin America (or the Nicaragua site, if MS operates a site for your country) and to investigate training options available. If you're also on a small budget, you should look into online or CBT (computer-based training, usually on DVD or CD) offerings first and foremost. If you can afford classroom training, you will obtain the best learning experience that way.
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