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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Configuring

Exam 70-662

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Configuring 5 Day Boot Camp

This course is an intensive study of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, in preparation for exam 70-662. The boot camp will provide attendees the opportunity to get hands-on training with Exchange Server network environments, as well as cover the pros and cons of Exchange 2010 over previous versions, specifically Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007. Those who take the course will also learn upgrade strategies from previous versions and best practices for their particular environments.

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Course Overview

The Exchange Server 2010 course is intended for people who have an existing Exchange Server environment, as well as those aspiring to be enterprise-level messaging administrators. Others who may take this course include IT generalists and help desk professionals who want to learn how to best implement and support Exchange Server 2010.

Attendees will be able to install and configure their own Exchange Servers, using both Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012 virtualized environments with Hyper-V, running on Dell PowerEdge Servers.

Prerequisites: Experience with previous versions of Exchange is ideal, but not a must. Basic knowledge of networking technologies and a history of working with Microsoft Operating Systems is needed.

Course Outline

Days 1-2: Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading Exchange Servers

  • Why Exchange 2010?
  • Preparing the network for Exchange 2010.
  • Installing Exchange on Server 2008 and 2012.
  • Upgrading from previous version of Exchange.
  • Installing Exchange roles.
  • Creating and configuring databases and address lists.

Day 2: Exchange Recipients, Public Folders, and Client Access

  • Mailbox creation.
  • Configuring Role Based Access Control (RBAC).
  • Resource mailboxes and shared mailboxes.
  • Managing recipients and distribution groups.
  • Using public folders (for mixed environments).
  • POP, IMAP, and Microsoft ActiveSync.
  • Outlook Anywhere, RPC Client Access, Outlook Web App (OWA).

Days 3-4: Message Transport and High Availability

  • Creating transport rules.
  • Configuring hub transport.
  • Configuring Edge transport and message routing.
  • Federated Sharing.
  • Using Database Availability Groups (DAGs).
  • Performing backup and restore.
  • Configuring public folders for high availability.
  • Configuring high availability for non-mailbox servers.
  • Disaster prevention and recovery

Day 5: Monitoring, Troubleshooting, and Security

  • Monitoring databases and mail flow.
  • Ensuring connectivity between Exchange Servers.
  • Generating reports and logging.
  • Configuring records management and compliance.
  • Message integrity, anti-virus, and anti-spam.
  • Exchange security best practices.
  • Common problems with Exchange and how to fix them.