Ok all wow that was a nasty exam but I passed. No I will not give questions away but I will give a heads up on the exam.
Cache, VPN, and Arrays especially Inter array functionality a little rules but if you dont know your rules you really should not even be considering studing anything untill you get them... the most simple part of the exam.
Study "details"... really in the exam out of 47 questions 30 of them were really detailed questions on specifics of functionality, only got about 3 questions which were click here to make this work and the rest were just plain lests trick you... READ the question carefully then read the answers more carefully, when you read the answers offered properly some of the seem realistic enough until you realise that they deliberality made a really dumb mistake in them. I found you could pretty much remove 2 of the answers offered each time this way. But still I say again... Know what ISA can do, not much on how to do it.
This was my exam and please remember every exam is different... or so they say.
I hope this helps anyone out there planning on writing and GL.
PS I ended up wring 2006 not 04 ISA
< Message edited by tallfellar -- 30.Oct.2009 2:01:25 PM >
No what I am saying is that I had very little config questions and lots of detailed functionally questions. What you may get may be different just understand what they will ask will be specific and expect a detailed knowledge of the area you will be asked. Spend lots of time doing labs and getting to know arrays. Lots of questions even though no directly about arrays they did phrase them with arrays and as there are a few subtle differences between standard and enterprise you can get tricked here