From: Southampton, UK
quote:Originally posted by gavalasp: Hi Tom
Actualy i passed studing your book it is perfect for the exam (training kit does not cover anything)
Fingers crossed then as I've ordered you book yesterday of amazon.co.uk I've already got the MS book but found haven't really looked at it yet. I did the MS course for ISA 2004 in February, but until that point I'd never even used ISA. Just wish I could've done the ISA exam near my the time of my course.
hi, i wanna do this exam, i got tom's book, implemented ISA2K4 for a 1500 user environment, but only to fuction als firewall/proxy and using vpn capabilities. Does someone know places to test your knowledge or do test exams? I'd like to know what kind of questinos there are on the exam and where i have to keep an eye on.
I passed the ISA exam today with 911! All I can say is that if you know your stuff the exam is very easy. There is a lot of difficult topics they could have tested on that they didn't. Toms ISA book probably contains pretty much everything you need to know in order to pass with exception of the following:-
Certificates - know how certificates are used for remote access Enterprise Edition - Build enterprise edition and play around with it! Also find whitepapers etc on the subject. IPSEC - I was suprised to see IPSEC on the exam.. luckily I actually implement IPSEC so do know about it.
There were a couple of questions that were worded very badly and it was dificult to comprehend what they were after - but to be honest this is pretty normal with Microsoft exams.
Does anyone heard if MS confirmed that 70-350 know counts as credit to the Security specialisation instead of 70-227?
The 70-350 exam details state that the exam counts as ˘Elective credit toward Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE): Security on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 certification÷ but the main MCSE security page does not reflect this yet, although admittedly its not been updated since July 2004.