MCSA: Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate

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Microsoft MCSA Certification

Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) is a beginner level certification from Microsoft that sets up a person's expertise and approves understanding of Microsoft technologies. MCSA is additionally essential to accomplishing higher credentials with a specific end goal to accomplish better capability in a subject. It is the first of the MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) certifications and very fundamental in the corporate world to show specialized learning of a Microsoft product or administration. The MCSA certification is designed to ensure proficiency and skills to use various products of Microsoft such as: SQL Server, Lync, Windows, Exchange Server, Windows Server, Microsoft Dynamic, and Sharepoint. The MCSA exam certifies that the professional has the ability to diagnose and resolve all types of issues related to that particular technology. MCSA training program certifies aptitude and proficiency in understanding the expertise in networking, virtualization, identity management, and system management.

uCertify provides study guide for various MCSA certification exams. The MCSA certification program trains you on all the Microsoft technologies and prepare you to pass the exam.

Requirements for MCSA Certification

While there are no official prerequisites for MCSA certification, Microsoft recommend that professionals should have the basic technical knowledge of the certification they want to earn.

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