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However if you continue the learning path and get additional certs they "refresh" your current ones.

I have a current Sec+ and I've not heard nor had to pay $50 after having it.
I just logged in to check and here it is, I owe $150 in the next 3 years 50 of which is already due. https://pasteboard.co/IQ26Nmk.png

You can try logging in to https://www.certmetrics.com/comptia/ to see if you owe anything.

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I found the Authoritative answer to fees: https://www.comptia.org/continuin...ogram-fees
And on that page it does say you pay these fees if you want to use Continuing Education credits to renew the certification! So if you re-take the test; no need to pay. So thank you; I learned something thanks to your comment and saved $150 over the next 3 years
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Comptia and ccna and the rest of the rudimentary courses prepare you for a career in SysOps aka technicians aka slaves in this industry.

What you want to learn is programming and Linux as a platform to develop. This will prepare you for a career inside the exciting but more difficult DevOps. The world and our species always in need of more coders.

This is how it is, DevOps are the Doctors running the show and SysOps are the nurses keeping tabs and making sure the Doctors' mission critical apps are running smoothly, which is basically a slave's job.
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I appreciate it. I'm back in school for IT and this will be super useful. I'm studying Software Dev but have had a growing interest in security lately. PenTest+ especially interests me!
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Save yourself the headache, the icollege site is barely functional. I just attempted to redeem the voucher and it's not even responding when I try to create a new account. After waiting 5 minutes for the Captcha to show up, i completed it and of course it tells me the session has expired. I've done this 4 times now and each time it's something different.... either the site just lags real bad or the sign up/sign in page input fields turn red and refuses to go further. There is no indication of what the problem is, it just sits there and refuses to go. I've tried Chrome and Incognito. About to try Firefox.
Try turning off any adblock you have. I turned mine off and I also noticed it took about 30 seconds to register that coupon on iCollege. A bit ridiculous.
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However if you continue the learning path and get additional certs they "refresh" your current ones.

I have a current Sec+ and I've not heard nor had to pay $50 after having it.
Your certification is either new or for life and your company doesn't require you to recertify every 3 years. When you log into CompTIA to verify your certification, there is a menu item to pay $50 each year. Some companies will provide tokens and pay it as long as you stay with them.
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It is a dying breed unfortunately. cloud everything
As a 25 year IT staffer, climbed from desktop support to systems engineer, I think the cloud is the best thing to ever happen to IT.
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I just logged in to check and here it is, I owe $150 in the next 3 years 50 of which is already due. https://pasteboard.co/IQ26Nmk.png

You can try logging in to https://www.certmetrics.com/comptia/ to see if you owe anything.

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I found the Authoritative answer to fees: https://www.comptia.org/continuin...ogram-fees
And on that page it does say you pay these fees if you want to use Continuing Education credits to renew the certification! So if you re-take the test; no need to pay. So thank you; I learned something thanks to your comment and saved $150 over the next 3 years
Wouldn't you have to pay about $200 to take the exam?
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In for it. I want to try to get my Security+ this year. I know it's going to take a lot more sources than just this from what I've been reading though.
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I'm not saying it's going to be obsolete. Just that it's about to get a whole lot more competitive because of areduction in jobs
LOL... what?You do realize that a company that moves it's servers/infrastructure "to the cloud" just means those same servers (figuratively) are on someone else's datacenter, right..? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Comptia and ccna and the rest of the rudimentary courses prepare you for a career in SysOps aka technicians aka slaves in this industry.

What you want to learn is programming and Linux as a platform to develop. This will prepare you for a career inside the exciting but more difficult DevOps. The world and our species always in need of more coders.

This is how it is, DevOps are the Doctors running the show and SysOps are the nurses keeping tabs and making sure the Doctors' mission critical apps are running smoothly, which is basically a slave's job.
LOL.. you really have no clue right? "Devops" is the new term for the drones, lowest layer of IT workers there is...
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Wouldn't you have to pay about $200 to take the exam?
Sorta; they call it CertMaster and costs $199. It is self-paced online study/test material that is much easier to deal with than the original test you go take at a test center. May have taken me 4-6 hours to go through the motions.
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Go-to Professor Messors site and use his free material then you can go here and take some free practise exams
https://www.examcompass.com/
PowerCert Animated Videos has a really good channel on A+ and net+ on YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/U...n8czf8oo0Q

Hope this helps
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I'm studying for the second part of my A+ right now and my tip is if you're a student you can get the exam vouchers for $100 a piece. Normal price is like $219. So do it while you're in school if you can!
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when does this promo end?
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