Microsoft: Try Beta Version of New Exam 70-743!

By | September 27, 2016

microfost, new beta exam, it certificationMicrosoft has updated its learning program and successfully launched a new exam related to Windows Server 2016 allowing you to upgrade your skills to MCSA. Now, it’s available in beta version, that is to say, if you pass it, you will surely receive full credit toward applicable certifications, but there is no possibility for you to receive a score report or pass/fail notification until 8-12 weeks following the conclusion of the beta period.
To attain the Microsoft certification on Windows Server 2016 you should primarily pass the registration which will take you about 15 minutes. And after that you can take the online proctored exam in the comfort of your home or office.

If you are an IT professional looking for proper certification and if you are familiar with Windows Server 2016 core infrastructure services, this exam will perfectly meet your requirements. You are expected to have already earned an MCSA: Windows Server 2008 or MCSA: Windows Server 2012 R2 certification.

This exam embraces a wide range of questions and can be useful for IT specialists wishing to deal with key aspects of installation, storage, compute, networking, and identity functionality available in Windows Server 2016. The topics of the Microsoft beta exam are cited below:

  • Install Windows Servers in host and compute environments
  • Implement storage solutions
  • Implement Hyper-V
  • Implement Windows containers
  • Implement high availability
  • Implement Domain Name System (DNS)
  • Implement IP Address Management (IPAM)
  • Implement network connectivity and remote access solutions
  • Implement an advanced network infrastructure
  • Install and configure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
  • Implement identity federation and access solutions

There are also video tutorials concerning the variety of question types on Microsoft exams. All the information is available here.

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