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Microsoft Certification Policy Change and Your MCPD/MCITP Credential


Kề từ ngày 20/05/2008, theo chính sách mới của Microsoft, tất cả các chứng chỉ MCITP và MCPD, chỉ có giá trị trong thời hạn 3 năm. Còn các chứng chỉ MCP, MCTS… có giá trị vĩnh viễn.

Dear Microsoft Certified Professional,
We are pleased to inform you about a recent Microsoft Certification policy change that affects your Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) or Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) credential.
In response to customer feedback, Microsoft has eliminated the requirement to recertify, or refresh, your MCITP or MCPD certification every three years. This is good news for you; there is no action required to maintain the certifications you hold today.

The Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS), MCITP, and MCPD credentials—Microsoft certifications for new technologies—are aligned with the Microsoft product lifecycle, and will retire when Microsoft discontinues mainstream support for the underlying technology. When a certification that you have earned retires, the record of your certification remains on your transcript, allowing you to retain documentation of your certification history.

Learn more about the certification lifecycle policy

Join the conversation in this MSDN blog

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We appreciate your interest in Microsoft technologies and Microsoft Certification.
The Microsoft Certification program team

You received this communication about changes in Microsoft Certification policies because you are a member of the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) program. Microsoft is committed to protecting your privacy. Please review the MCP privacy statement.
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