I am a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE). What that means, for those who don't know, is that I took and pass a series of exams that Microsoft set forth. Being able to pass these exams states that a person has a obtained a level of knowledge and "are qualified to effectively plan, implement, maintain, and support information systems in a wide range of computing environments using the Microsoft Windows NT Server and the Microsoft BackOffice integrated family of server products."
My road to become an MCSE started by taking the Networking Essientials exam, followed by Supporting Windows NT Workstation 4.0, that got me the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) qualification. After that was Supporting Windows NT Server 4.0, Supporting Windows NT in the Enterprise, then IIS and TCP/IP. The only thing that I would change if I had to do it again would be take the Net Essientials exam last instead of first. You need to be well diverced in networking to be able to pass this one.
I don't have that much information on becoming an MCSE here because most of the information, except the answers to the tests, are already on the web. Here are the some links to more MCSE info that I used when I was studying for my exams. Thanks to all these people who took the time to make these pages and made then available to the rest of us.
If you find any of this links to be wrong send my an e-mail so that I can correct it.
MCSE Cram Session
The (gonna be) comprehensive MCSE study guide
The Creative Edge Page
MCSE Links to some of my favorite sites!!!
MCSE MCP Download
MCSE MCSD Braindump Heaven
MCSE Study Links
Microsoft Certification Exam Resource Page
Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Online
New Visitor to Ken's Little Slice of the Internet
Pauls Home Page
NICHOLAS CHUNG's MCSE STUDY SUMMARY
Steve Topley's Self Study MCSE Page
Useful Microsoft Certification Links
Exam 70-59 Internetworking MS TCP-IP on MS Windows NT4.0
IIS Certification Exam Page
Windows NT Magazine