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I was looking at the at the CRM 2011 installation certification page today, which you can see by clicking the link below
I usually use the excellent Microsoft E-Learning and use the online training if you work for a partner or you can buy it
it’s funny if you went on the training course it would take 2 days but just reading the material takes 8 hours then again I suppose that is two days. It certainly takes me longer than two days to go through it but that’s because I have to stop each day because I’m bored.
The skills being measured according to the certification site
Planning the Installation (17 percent)
Installing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Server (19 percent)
Installing and Deploying the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Email Router (15 percent)
Installing and Deploying the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Client for Outlook (16 percent)
Configuring Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 (16 percent)
Upgrading to and Redeploying Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 (17 percent)
I have done a few installation recently and gone through most of the criteria which to me says this exam is testing the correct areas.
when reading through the MOC training I often find useful bits of information I either didn’t know or hadn’t considered. Which can happen because when you are installing CRM 2011 you are often just focused on installing it and getting it working.
looking at the training/MOC modules gives you a good idea what to study for the exam, you can see them here and with more detail about the subject
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