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Jan 24 2011   3:14PM GMT

Train Signal Offers Interesting Take on Win 7 Deployment Training



Posted by: Ed Tittel
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Train Signal offers DVD- and online-based 70-681 course
Train Signal offers self-paced Win 7 deployment training

Last Thursday, well-known computer training company Train Signal released a DVD-based training package for Microsoft Exam 70-681 ”TS: Windows 7 and Office 2010, Deploying.” Why am I telling you about a training package for an exam that Microsoft released over three months ago? For several reasons:

  • Because, to my knowledge, it’s the first entirely video-based, self-paced set of training materials on this subject, which lets IT professionals prep for and learn about this subject entirely on their own schedules and at their own whims
  • Because it covers all the major toolsets and deployment environments (WinPE 3.0, WSIM, MDT, MDOP, WDS, SCCM, and more) that Microsoft offers to automate Windows 7 deployment, and includes tools and simulators to let students practice what they’re learning, as they’re learning it, thanks to online access to practice labs, as well as video-based learning materials.
  • Because the course is currently available for online purchase at almost half-off at $397 instead of $799 (classroom based instructor led versions of this course routinely cost over $3,000).
Train Signal offers self-paced video training for 70-681

Train Signal offers self-paced video training for 70-681

For those who’ve been wanting or needing to learn more about Windows 7 deployment, including planning, image construction, roll-out techniques, and related MS tools, but who haven’t had time (or the inclination) to head to a training center, this could be just the ticket. I’ve been following the cert market for years and years, and Train Signal consistently gets high marks for its training materials and the knowledge and capabilities of its instructors. This one is worth checking out, and the course materials come with a 90-day money-back guarantee if you don’t like what you get when you plunk down your hard-earned (or employer’s) cash.

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