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what is the role of microsoft certified system engineer in it company?

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In most cases the role of the MCSE is that of an advisor. The process of earning an MSCE give an IT professional the ability to think outside the box. To be able to pass all of the tests involved in earning the certification, you have to be able to understand the OS’s and programs involved. As someone that used self study and hard work to earn my certs, I have earned the respect the respect that I receive from my peers where I work. It is not my MCSE that actually gets me this respect, but the fact that I am a sounding board that can give them sound advise and a good direction to find there way to a good outcome.

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The role of someone with an MCSE will depend on the company that you work for. Many companies do not have a distinction between System Administrators and System Engineers and they are expected to do the same role with people having System Engineering experience taking the more senior level roles. When filling in the sys-admin role you’ll be handling server builds, setting up network shares, deploying software changes. When filling in the sys-eng role you’ll be designing solutions for home grown solutions as well as purchased solutions so that they fit within the Enterprise effectively.

Do keep in mind that having the MCSE certification will not guarantee you a job, especially a senior level position. These positions come with experience and successful project completion. While having an MCSE can help you get these positions, it is no substitute for experience.

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  • Wrobinson
    This is a tricky question because not all organizations are the same, so it is possible that the role of an MCSE in one organization can be entirely different in another organization. Rather than defining a roles per se, the Microsoft certifications and particularly the MCSx tracks are intended to demonstrate aptitude in the installation, configuration and management of core Microsoft OS and network services technologies. In addition the MCSE incorporates planning and design of core OS and network services and electives, while the MCSA incorporates administration of the same. Ideally, you would find an MCSA as an administrator of Microsoft products and services in anywhere from a SOHO to an enterprise organization; an MCSE on the other hand, would be planning, designing and implementing them in similar environments. You will find in the IT industry, however, that an organization may require you to possess an MCSx to demonstrate a certain baseline level of technical knowledge and understanding for employment in any capacity.
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  • Sysem engineer
    but what if only MCSA with no expirence at age24 ???
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  • Sysem engineer
    and also not ahvin degree
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