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    Default PMP Leading and Directing Projects and Hours

    I'm looking into Project Management to help me with work. Since I'm the only IT guy with help from outside vendors, I figure it would be a great way to improve how work is done.

    As far as the PMP, I saw the requirement for the 4500 hours. I'm trying to get a better view as to if the stuff I do at work for projects will count towards the hours.

    So for example, I'm working on a project to upgrade our network infrastructure by replacing the wifi PoE adapters with PoE+ switches. So I've been doing research for a few hours to make sure the upgrade would work and also finding the right equipment so far.
    Would the installation of needed software on multiple computers also be considered a project? :/

    Also what would be a great way to document the hours?

    I'm currently working on the CAPM at the moment but I'm interested in getting the PMP.
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    Well I got my answer on Reddit /r/PMP

    https://www.reddit.com/r/pmp/comment...hs&sh=da0d086c

    Sharing FYI
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    Thanks OP.
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    Np.
    Help when I can
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