One week ago, Raj left a comment on this website saying the current version used for the RHCSA/RHCE exams was now RHEL 7.1.
Although I had no reason not to believe him, I wanted a confirmation that I got a day after by email@example.com.
In my recent post, I slightly blamed Jang/Orsaria‘s book for omitting to include any instruction changes coming with the new minor versions of RHEL 7. Now buyers of this book can start fixing tutorials (mainly NFS configuration, client and server sides, and LDAP client configuration). Bad luck for a pretty good book published at the end of April 2016 and already partially obsolete in June 2016!
Concerning Red Hat, it is already surprising that not a single feedback is provided in the exam results. But it is even more difficult to understand why Red Hat is not clearly announcing the RHEL minor version used in exam on its website: you have to ask to get the answer!