If you took Microsoft® Certified Professional (MCP) Exam 70-218 today, would you pass? With the READINESS REVIEW MCP exam simulation on CD-ROM, you get a low-risk, low-cost way to find out! This next-generation test engine delivers randomly generated, 50-question practice exams covering real MCP objectives. You can test and retest with different question sets each time—and with automated scoring, you get immediate Pass/Fail feedback.
More important, you get answers to these four critical questions:
- What do MCP exam questions look like?
- In what topic and skill areas am I proficient/deficient?* How should I focus my studies?
- Am I ready for the real exam?
Use this READINESS REVIEW to evaluate your proficiency with the skills and knowledge tested on Exam 70-218, including:
- Creating and securing file, print, and Web resources
- Configuring the network infrastructure
- Managing servers and client computers
- Administering Active Directory® organizational units and Group Policy
- Implementing and troubleshooting remote access
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