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Thursday, May 22, 2008

Apple Certified System Administrator 10.5

Apple Certified System Administrator (ACSA) 10.5 certification verifies an in-depth knowledge of Apple technical architecture and an ability to install and configure machines; architect and maintain networks; enable, customize, tune, and troubleshoot a wide range of services; and integrate Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, and other Apple technologies within a multi-platform networked environment. ACSA certification is intended for full-time professional system administrators and engineers who manage medium-to-large networks of systems in complex multiplatform deployments.

Required Exams:

• Mac OS X Server Essentials v10.5 Exam (9L0-509)

• Directory Services v10.5 Exam (available mid-2008)

• Advanced Administration v10.5 Exam (available mid-2008)

• Deployment v10.5 Exam (available mid-2008)

As the Apple certification program continues to evolve, TestKing will continue to change and update our content to reflect those changes. Most of those who have earned one or more Apple certifications have done so through self-study, mainly because of the cuts in IT training budgets in recent years. With that in mind, TestKing has developed high quality and affordable study materials that will help you pass your certification exams quickly and easily, the very first time.

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