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Old 07-02-2005, 07:44 AM   #1
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Red Hat certified Engineer RHCE: Braindumps


I took the RHCE Exam some years ago and failed.
Now would like to retake the exam. Because I have several years of experience in system and network administration of UNIX systems, I wont take a course or read a study guide.

Can someone point me to actual questions and scenarios from the exam? In edonkey and bittorrent network I didnt find any clues.

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If you took the exam a few years ago, you will definitely need some study guides: a lot has changed in a few years. Braindumps, by the way, are not something that Red Hat endorses, unless they are on their own sites. Since this is the case, what you are asking for is illegal information - and that is against our rules. Therefore, this thread is closed.

Go get a study guide, go to Red Hat's website and read the syllabus and then get your employer to pay for training.

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