Microsoft's Training and Certification website back up after extended downtime

There’s good news for those looking to get certified using Office, Windows or other Microsoft related products and services, as the company’s exams website is back up after it had been on the fritz for the last couple of days.

Users started reporting that signing in, confirming or rescheduling exams on Microsoft’s Training and Certification website had been problematic for the past few days, with the company’s servers throwing up errors or disconnecting users seemingly at random. The company took a bit to acknowledge the problems, but eventually started fixing the website yesterday.

Microsoft’s Training and Certification program allows users to learn and become certified in working with the company’s products, including Office, Azure, Windows Server and so on. The programs are pretty much open to everyone around the world, but the exams themselves can cost quite a bit of money.

That’s why users will be glad to hear that the company has now fixed the problems and everything should be restored to normal, even though you might need to delete your browser’s cache and login again to make sure everything is ok.

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