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Exchange Server 2013
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Ultimate Bootcamp
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Course OverviewMicrosoft Exchange Server 2013 with its inherent high level of security features, improved assistant, instant search feature and an array of new features is arguably the choice of more and more companies and businesses. Needless to say, these entities are now constantly sourcing for Administrators trained to take advantage of the new technologies progressively embedded into the software package since 1993. This Ultimate Bootcamp has been developed to answer the requirements of IT professionals aspiring to fulfill these needs. The Microsoft Exchange 2013 Ultimate Bootcamp class was designed from the ground up; we first looked into the role the Exchange administrator fulfills and then created the course to ensure you, the Microsoft Exchange 2013 Administrator, would graduate from the course with the competence to match that role. You will not only learn what is needed to provide email, calendar and contact services to the enterprise but will also appreciate how Microsoft Exchange 2013 functions as a virtual machine. You will gain an intimate knowledge of the details of the setup in a virtual environment in order that you may exploit the features of the Server to its fullest.Why Attend this Course?In order to be a great Administrator, you need to gain 100% thorough knowledge fallout from the foregoing Course Objectives. Most companies today are virtualized, but many are either over allocating resources or having performance issues. The sum resultant is that companies and businesses are getting more discerning as to who they hire; hence you want to be one step ahead of the competition. The Microsoft Exchange 2013 Ultimate Bootcamp Course will do just that by teaching you what you need to setup a virtual machine correctly and maximize performance.Multiple Classes in One! This course combines all of the key components from Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 (M20341) and Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 (M20342).Intended AudienceIT Professionals working with Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, VMware vSphere 5.5, and/or Microsoft Hyper-V 2012Course Objectives• Learn the Infrastructure requirements for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013• Plan and perform deployment and management• Plan a mailbox server deployment• Configure the mailbox server role• Create and manage recipient objects• Plan and implement the Client Access server role • Plan and configure Microsoft Outlook Web App• Plan and configure mobile messaging using the Client Access server• Manage high availability • Plan for disaster mitigation• Implement backup and recovery• Plan message security options• Implement antivirus solutions• Implement an anti-spam solution• Configure permissions• Secure Microsoft Exchange Server 2013• Monitor, maintain, and troubleshoot• Designing Microsoft Exchange 2013 and Roles• Gaining an understanding of the details related to a virtual deployment• Learn best practices and performance recommendation to run Microsoft Exchange in a Virtual Environmento VMware vSphereo Microsoft Hyper-V• Plan for and perform a migration and upgrade• Design and implement site resiliency for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013• Plan a virtualization strategy for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 roles• Design and implement message transport security• Design and implement message retention• Design and implement messaging compliance• Design and implement administrative security• Use Windows PowerShell 3.0 to manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2013• Design and implement messaging coexistencePre-requisites• Understanding of internet and networking protocols• Minimum of two years of experience: o administering Windows Server 2008 R2 or 2012o working with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)o working with name resolution (DNS)• Experience working with PKI certificates
Price: $3,950
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about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
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To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com
To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com

MicrosoftExchange 2013 Ultimate Bootcamp

Course Outline

Chapter 1: Introduction

a. What Is Microsoft Exchange Server

  1. Evolution of Microsoft Exchange Server over 20 Years
  2. Licensing Concepts : Standard CAL & Enterprise CAL
  3. Microsoft Exchange Server 2013:
  1. Server role evolution, Network layer improvements
  2. Discontinued Features

Chapter 2: Designing Microsoft Exchange 2013 and Rolesfor Exchange Server

a. Active Directory components andMicrosoft Exchange Server integration

  1. Domain Name System (DNS) server requirements for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
  2. Considerations when virtualizing
  1. Access Mechanism, Load Balancing, High Availability, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, Data Retention, Transport Rules, Security and Compliance Considerations
  2. Co-existence with other versions of Microsoft Exchange
  3. Best Practices in the design of Microsoft Exchange deployment in case of on premises, hosted, virtual, cloud and physical implementation

Chapter 3: Infrastructure requirements for MicrosoftExchange Server 2013

a. Determine your destiny!

  1. Hardware Requirements
  2. Software Requirements
  3. Virtual Machine Requirements

Chapter 4: Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Deployment

a. Prepare Infrastructure

  1. Virtual Switch Connectivity
  2. Prepare AD DS for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 deployment
  3. Steps for installation of Microsoft Exchange Server
  4. Verification of installation
  5. Best practices and tips on deployment
  6. Troubleshooting

Chapter 5: Designing and Configuring Mailbox Servers

a. Mailbox server role in MicrosoftExchange 2013

  1. Mailbox database in Microsoft Exchange server 2013
  2. Storage options for the mailbox databases
  3. Recipient Objects

Chapter 6: Designing and Configuring Client AccessServers

a. Deployment & Configuration

  1. Design and Configure client connectivity

Chapter 7: Designing and Configuring MicrosoftMessaging Client Connectivity

a. Outlook Microsoft Web Applicationand Microsoft Outlook Anywhere

  1. Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
  2. Connect non-Outlook clients to Client Access server
  3. Outlook Web App policy
  4. Configure Outlook Web App
  5. Office Web Apps Server integration
  6. Outlook Web App off-line access
  7. Mobile device management
  8. Mobile device management in the Exchange Server Administration Center
  9. Best practices and tips
  10. Troubleshooting
  11. Work with Outlook web app

Chapter 8: Designing and Configuring Message Transport

a. Message transport services

  1. Message transport components
  2. Message routing changes
  3. Routing in Front End Transport service
  4. Routing in Destinations and delivery groups
  5. Routing in Mailbox Transport service
  6. Modify default message flow
  7. Mail flow settings
  8. Accepted and remote domains
  9. SMTP connectors
  10. Foreign connectors
  11. Transport rules
  12. Data-loss prevention policies
  13. Best practices and tips
  14. Troubleshooting

Chapter 9: Designing and Implementing Site Resiliency

a. Site Resiliency in Exchange Server2013

  1. Planning a Site Resilient Implementation
  2. Implementing Site Resiliency

Chapter 10: Microsoft Exchange Server Security

a. Securing the connections

  1. Securing Microsoft Exchange in a virtual environment
  1. Designing and Implementing Message Transport Security
  1. Designing and Implementing Message Retention
  1. Designing and Implementing Messaging Compliance
  1. Designing and Implementing Administrative Security and Auditing

Chapter 11: Administering Microsoft Exchange Server2013

a. The Microsoft ExchangeAdministration Center (EAC)

  1. The Microsoft Exchange Management Shell (EMS)
  1. Best practices and tips
  2. Troubleshooting

Chapter 12: Managing Performance

a. Physical Machine PerformanceConsiderations

  1. Virtual Machine Performance Considerations

Chapter 13: Designing and ConfiguringMessage Hygiene

a. Define messaging security requirements

  1. Plan Client Access server security options
  2. Plan restrictions to message flow
  3. Define anti-spam solution requirements
  4. Portray Exchange Server 2013 spam-filtering features
  5. Configure Sender ID filtering
  6. Understand the spam confidence level (SCL) in Exchange Server 2013
  7. Portray anti-virus solution requirements
  8. Portray Exchange Online Protection
  9. Portray deployment options for Online Protection
  10. Best practices and Tips
  11. Troubleshooting

Chapter 14: Designing and Configuring AdministrativeSecurity and Auditing

a. Portray Role Based Access Control

  1. Identify Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 built-in management role groups
  2. Management role-assignment policies
  3. Exchange Server split permissions
  4. Best practices and tips
  5. Troubleshooting
  6. Hands-on Labs

Chapter 15: Planning and Implementing HighAvailability

a. Components of high availability

  1. Database Availability Groups
  2. High availability for Client Access servers
  3. High availability for Edge Transport server
  4. High availability for mailbox servers
  5. Designing high availability solutions in a virtual environment
  6. Plan software and hardware components for DAGs
  7. Active Manager and Active Manager
  8. Continuous replication
  9. Create and Configure a Database Availability Group
  10. Create and Configure Databases for high availability
  11. Fail-over process
  12. Configuring Highly Available Client Access Servers
  13. Network Load Balancing (NLB)
  1. Best practices and tips
  2. Troubleshooting

Chapter 16: Designing and Implementing Back-up,Restore and Disaster Recovery

a. Data-loss scenarios

  1. Identify scenarios that require backup and restore
  1. Including options for the virtual environment
  2. Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) backup
  3. Options to recover Exchange server
  1. List data-loss mitigation features
  2. Disaster mitigation strategy
  3. Disaster recovery and High Availability
  1. Best practices and tips
  2. Troubleshooting

Chapter 17: Migrate and Upgrade for Microsoft Exchange2013

a. Upgrade from Microsoft Exchange2003 directly to Microsoft Exchange 2013

  1. Microsoft Exchange 2007 SP3
  2. Microsoft Exchange 2010
  3. Migrating from other products
  4. Lotus Notes

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