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    Jonathan Grady
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    I’ve been out of the IT game for a little while but looking to get back into things.

    When I last left off I was a senior regional ananalyst for desktop support. I’m looking to move into network administration but can anyone recommend what route to take?

    Is it worth jumping straight into the mcsa or is there anything I can take before that?

    Many thanks
    Jon

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    smeek
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    I would suggest Network+ or Server+ first if reorienting. They should also help some with MCSA, depending desired path. You are probably better getting hooked up with an organization first to possibly help defray access to more advanced training.

    Be aware MS made some changes to cert recently.
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/09/27/microsoft_makes_massive_changes_to_mcse_and_mcsd/

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    Jonathan Grady
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    Hi Smeek,

    Thank you for your reply. That sounds like a good way to go to begin with. I had an interview last week for a network admin role (despite my break in IT) and it went pretty well. Not heard back from them yet but would like to brush up on skills to ensure that I am better ready for the next one (if i’m unfortunate to get this).

    I was not aware that MS had made changes to the qualification and i’ll be sure to check it out.

    Many thanks again,
    Jon

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