It depends in which domain you are currently working and the one which you are working most take it first so that you always remember the concepts in long run.
I myself preferred switching,routing, remote access and last troubleshooting because troubleshooting includes all routing,switching and remote access troubleshooting so once you have cleared all 3 , troubleshooting paper will be easy for you.
I agree with Ankur on this. The troubleshooting is definitely the last one to take, because it relies on material in all the other three. What order to take the other three? I would say the strongest one first, because passing that will give you the confidence boost you need to tackle the others.
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