This exam is retired and not valid now. The exam number is JN0-141 and the exam name is Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate AC. The associated certification is Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate, AC (JNCIA-AC). Both exam and certification were expired on April 13, 2012. This exam is replaced by Juniper JN0-314. For JN0-141, the exam length was 90 minutes with 60 multiple-choice questions. The passing grade was 80%. It was recommend to take the Configuring Unified Access Control training. This exam was designed for experienced networking professionals. Some of the things candidates would need to know for this exam were endpoint defense, access management framework, and UAC overview. Testing would be administered via Pearson VUE
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