Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification looks great on an IT portfolio, and it can certainly help you land a new lucrative career as a network specialist or systems administrator.
Works toward earning MCSA certification with this $29 bundle!
The training and knowledge required to pass key MCSA certification exams is generally quite expensive, but right now Windows Central Digital Offers has a great deal that drops the entire price down to just $29. That's 97 percent off the regular price of $999!
This bundle, which remains accessible forever meaning you can study at your own pace, includes three separate courses. You'll be prepared for server installation, administrative tools, addressing schemes, active directory domain services, and more:
- Microsoft 70-740: Installation, Storage And Compute With Windows Server 2016
- Microsoft 70-741: Networking With Windows Server 2016
- Microsoft 70-742: Identity With Windows Server 2016
Add MCSA certification to your IT portfolio with this lifetime bundle, now 97 percent off the regular price!
If you're interested in adding MCSA certification to your resume, this bundle will serve you well. Considering you're saving nearly $1,000, the time to get started might be right now.
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