Ans: No, not exactly. The MCITP on Windows Server 2008 certification requires a new skill set—in some cases, a more robust one—that differs from the skill set needed for MCSA and MCSE certifications.
- MCITP: Server Administrator certification covers more operations-related job skills than the MCSA certification.
- MCITP: Enterprise Administrator maps to an actual job role profile, whereas the MCSE certification does not. The latter combines technology and job skills.
While covering MCITP 2008 Boot camp we cover all important topics of Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 Server to enable you to administer those existing servers efficiently.
All our boot camp trainers have more than 8 Years of experience so they can correlate to Winnt4, Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and other Networking operating system and equipments.