Today I received an e-mail from Microsoft congratulating me on the new certification MCSA: Windows 7. MCSA stands for “Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate” and these are entry-level certifications in the new Microsoft certification structure. Turns out that everyone that has had either the “MCITP: Windows 7, Enterprise Desktop Administrator” or “MCITP: Windows 7, Enterprise Desktop Support Technician” certifications will receive this new certification automatically.
If you have received the MCSA: Windows 7 certification, you will only need to take another upgrade exam for the Windows 8 certification. This exam has not been released yet.
This is the e-mail I received:
“Congratulations on earning your Windows 7 certification! We hope you enjoy the benefits of your certification and of membership in the Microsoft Certified Professional community.”
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Daniel Classon works as a Senior Consultant at Mansoft, focusing on Microsoft Configuration Manager, Windows 10 and Powershell
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