I agree. If they're looking for 2 years experience, they most likely will expect some type of quality work from you in a short period of time, whether it's dev or admin work. They'll probably allow a little bit of time to come up to speed on their application, standards, requirements or environment but not enough time where you won't be exposed as inexperienced and probably quickly relieved of your contract. Go through the tutorials, see where your skills are lacking and make an effort to learn what you need. There will be other contracts where you'll get the opportunity to shine. Those will enhance your resume!