Identify the path necessary and electives available to complete the mobility path.
- [Instructor] This path is a legacy path, and is replaced by the new modern desktop administrator, role-based path. The mobility path. The path that you will undertake if your role is a primary role of managing devices in Windows 10 computers in an organization. Individuals that seek to obtain the MCSE Mobility must have the skills related around installing, configuring, and managing Windows 10 devices. If your primary role involves deploying desktops, managing those desktops after they've been deployed, troubleshooting those desktops with hardware or software related problem, as well as configuring and managing the applications that are deployed on those desktops.
Those will all be part of the mobility skills that you will need in order to obtain the mobility path or the MCSE Mobility. In order to obtain the MCSE Mobility you need to first get the MCSA on Windows 10. There are two exams that make up that MCSA, exam 697 and 698. Once you've passed both of those exams you'll have your MCSA. One more exam will get you the MCSE Mobility. That additional exam that you must take can be either exam 398, 695, or 696.
It's important to note that 398 and 696 are going to be retired or have already been retired depending on when you watch this video and exam 695 is currently available as an elective. So you take exam 695 after having obtained your MCSA and you will then obtain the MCSE Mobility.
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