Originally Posted by N3kko
What do you mean by legacy components? Specifics.
When I say legacy components I mean older or obsolete tech that is still in use. For a quick example, you will find that there are computers that still make use of serial and parallel ports and SCSI drives. These systems are usually not upgraded due to them needing to have 100% availability or the cost being to high to replace them.
You will definetly need to know these for the test as there are alot of legacy stystems still out there. The first time I ever ran into a computer using a vampire connection I was like ***
This should help
Originally Posted by downlinx
wish these certs were worth a crap in the real world, but i am sure alot of people will love this.
This cert is still usefull just not as much so as people seem to think. If this is all you have you will be looking at very entry level tech work. However alot of people use this cert as a stepping stone for other certifications or as something extra on a Resume other than your word that says you know what you are doing. I personally used it to get me on the way to my Net+
Certs will never trumph experience in the real world however when applying for a job having that cert on your resume might give you the extra bit of umph you need to get the job over the next guy.Edited by racer86 - 5/5/11 at 10:00am