Microsoft Corp. is revising Windows Vista certification exams to include more information about application support. The additional questions will come in tests to upgrade a Microsoft Certified Desktop Support tag to a Certified IT Professional, in one on troubleshooting applications on a
Vista client, and one on consumer desktop support (specific titles in the story here).
More information will be added on supporting 2007 Microsoft Office System. A Microsoft spokesperson said the company would add the information because it had been left out inadvertently from earlier versions. Those who have taken the beta exams will be notified of the change and the chance to take an additional beta exam free.
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