What subjects are included in MCPIT?

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What subjects are included in MCPIT?

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There was so many MCITP in each field following are the samples.

The Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) credential validates that an individual has the comprehensive set of skills necessary to perform a particular job role, such as database administrator or enterprise messaging administrator. MCITP certifications build on the technical proficiency measured in the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) certifications. Therefore, you will earn one or more MCTS certifications on your way to earning an MCITP credential.

Windows Client
MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Support Technician 7
Exam 70-680
Exam 70-685

MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Administrator 7
Exam 70-680
Exam 70-686

MCITP: Consumer Support Technician
Exam 70-620
Exam 70-623

MCITP: Enterprise Support Technician
Exam 70-620
Exam 70-622

Windows Server
MCITP: Enterprise Administrator
Exam 70-640
Exam 70-642
Exam 70-643
Exam 70-620 (or) Exam 70-6241 (or) Exam 70-680
Exam 70-647

MCITP: Server Administrator
Exam 70-640
Exam 70-642
Exam 70-646

Microsoft SQL Server
MCITP: Database Administrator 2008
Exam 70-432
Exam 70-450

MCITP: Database Developer 2008
Exam 70-433
Exam 70-451

MCITP: Business Intelligence Developer 2008
Exam 70-448
Exam 70-452

MCITP: Database Administrator
Exam 70-431
Exam 70-443
Exam 70-444

MCITP: Database Developer
Exam 70-431
Exam 70-441
Exam 70-442

MCITP: Business Intelligence Developer
Exam 70-445
Exam 70-446

Microsoft Office Project Server
MCITP: Enterprise Project Management with Microsoft Office Project Server 2007
Exam 70-632
Exam 70-633
Exam 70-634

Microsoft Exchange Server
MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator
Exam 70-236
Exam 70-237
Exam 70-238

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  • Mornett
    How soon will the average user have connect ability on the simple home modem
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  • Subhendu Sen
    @Mornett, What did you want to accomplish to ask this question? What model/ make of the home modem? What is the scenario? Is this your personal/for office use? Please reveal more details.
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  • TheRealRaven
    @Mornett: Asking a question by replying to an unrelated thread will probably gather few or no useful answers. Only members interested in MCPIT are likely to see your question, and they might have no interest in nor knowledge of modems. You should create your own question thread with a descriptive subject title to attract appropriate members.

    Further, since it doesn't present a technical problem that we might help solve, it seems better suited to the Discussions area.

    Further, the way the question is asked, it seems that the answer might be "Around three decades... ago."
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  • ToddN2000
    @Mornett: A majority of users today tend to get their modems from their ISP provider. Even with today's slower DSL you still get that from you provider in most cases. The most common reasons I have heard on getting the modem from your provider it works best with their network. If you went an bought your own modem/router to save a monthly rental fee it is not guaranteed to still be supported by the ISP.. Case in point, I had a friend bought an affordable modem/router for about $120.00 a year later the ISP deemed the model was at it's "end of life" and dropped support. He had to buy another one. I still know a few people who do not have home internet. The do most of the same thing on their mobile devices to save the added expense.
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  • TheRealRaven
    I still have a use for an emergency dial-up modem. I live in a very rural area with a single basic DSL availability, but can't be guaranteed 24/7/365. Every rare once in a while, the dial-up is all there is.
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  • ToddN2000
    @Raven: WOW Dial-up?? I can see it as DSL and broadband is not available everywhere and Satellite service can be pricey if you are in remote areas if you can even get a signal. I remember when dial up was our only option at a blazing 9800 kbs if I can remember back that far, late 70's or early 80's...And heaven help the person that picked up an extension in the house during a large download.
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