Microsoft 70-620 : TS: Configuring Microsoft Windows Vista Client Exam
The Microsoft 70-620 (TS: Configuring Microsoft Windows Vista Client) exam is intended for IT professionals seeking to complete eligibility requirements for the MCTS: Windows Vista, Configuration certification. The Microsoft 70-620 exam will test the candidate's ability to successfully address a range of challenges involving network connectivity, security and applications, and desktop operating systems. The typical candidate for the exam has at least one year of experience in the IT field performing tier-1 and/or tier-2 support duties in a wide range of settings.
The topics presented on the Microsoft 70-620 exam will focus on skills related to Windows Vista and will include the following: Installing and upgrading Windows Vista, Configuring and troubleshooting post-installation system settings, configuring Windows security features, configuring network connectivity, configuring applications with Windows Vista, Maintaining and optimizing systems that run Windows Vista, and Configuring and troubleshooting mobile computing. Other topics derived from corresponding training events, educational resources, and work experience could also appear on the exam.
The Microsoft 70-620 exam is being administered in ten languages and will satisfy a portion of eligibility criteria for multiple Microsoft certifications. For additional details about exam registration, scoring procedures, general policies, and specific certification information, please log on to the Microsoft Certification website. The site also contains numerous educational tools and preparation resources for this exam.