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Difference in Fundamentals and Administration

#1
Hi ..

I am new to TSM. Planning to give the certification exam but getting confused with TSM 6.3 fundamental and Administration exams.

What is the difference between Exam 000-598 6.3 Administration Exam and 000-579 6.3 Fundamental Exam .


Regards,
Sutirtha
 

chad_small

ADSM.ORG Moderator
#3
Moon-buddy is correct but I like to look at it more like this:

Fundamentals - Jr Admin
Administration - Admin.
Deployment - Sr. Admin
 
#4
Hi ..

Thanks for the replies .. So I am planning to give the Fundamentals first but doubt again popping up with TSM V6.2 and TSM V6.3.

What will be major difference in these two versions or is it like if i go for TSM V6.2 now and afterwards can I give TSM V6.3 fundamentals
 

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