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    Last edited by hollywood; 2007-12-20 at 11:22.

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    Of course Pass4Sure works.

    That said, Pass4Sure is for slackers. If you can't pass the exam on your own, please don't water it down for the rest of us.

    Some people just aren't meant to be CCSE+.

    Go back, study it on your own, and for God's sake try to pass it without cheating.
    Last edited by cephalon; 2007-12-17 at 17:33.

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    Hollywood,

    I don't understand why you would do this. I would love to hear your reasons for thinking it's okay to cheat on a test. What are you going to do when a simple problem comes along and you cant figure it out?

    Not all problems are going to be solved by going to pass4sure or any other BS site.

    On top of all that.... why are you talking about getting turned on by Dr. Watson?

    I have been working with Check Point for many years and have never heard of "slenlop" or any variation of.

    I recommend the VPN guide from Check Point for starters.

    Good Luck in the future.

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    i share nothing
    for i am slenlop 0

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    i'm not saying it is ok to cheat. it would be better if there were more prepped study guides. checkpoint manuals are overkill for what they cover. it just sucks blowing the money. after the ccsa and ccse, i wouldn't have figured the plus would have been so detailed into commands and switches. that was my failure on that part. i underestimated the test as far as the details.

    the se and sa were very general, so i took it that i wouldn't need to know the exact details of the switches on the commands.

    anyways i don't believe i will have any issues passing the next go around. i made lots of notes to what was on the test, really with any exam, you don't know till you take it. money not wasted on the first go around. i don't think i'll have an issue with the second go around.

    sorry for sharing what i found on the test. i'll just keep my mouth shut.

    none the less taking it again next week without the p4s questions or anything equivalent. besides, i'll have more pride knowing i passed it on my own.

    and for the guys at work, i was just bsing i had the questions for the test.
    for every response and every questions
    there is an opposite action and reaction.
    triggered!

    =)

    peace

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    92%

    Yeah.

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    Grats Mutiny

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollywood View Post
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    good one..

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    Next up is CCMSE NGX.

    It's gonna take some studying to get the VSX part down. That'll be after the JNCIS and CCNA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutiny32 View Post
    Next up is CCMSE NGX.

    It's gonna take some studying to get the VSX part down. That'll be after the JNCIS and CCNA.
    There is no VSX on the CCSME NGX.

    As far as the CCMSE+VSX test goes, it's one of the easier tests that Check Point offers, in my opinion.

    Kind of sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cephalon View Post
    There is no VSX on the CCSME NGX.

    As far as the CCMSE+VSX test goes, it's one of the easier tests that Check Point offers, in my opinion.

    Kind of sad.
    Well, What I meant to say is that I wasn't going to attempt the CCMSE+VSX because I just don't know VSX well enough to pass it yet.

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    Hi,

    Can any one sent me like or email me Advanced Technical Reference Guide

    i am planning to take exam ccse+ . I have official study guide but i do not have Advanced Technical Reference Guide

    Thanks in advance
    Jatin

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