Duration: 4 Days
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Course Description: This course provides hands on experience installing and configuring Exchange Server 2010 and a variety of Microsoft messaging clients. Students will also install and configure Windows Server 2008, Active Directory Domain Services and IIS web services. Attendees will practice local and remote administration of server roles, network connectivity and user messaging data. After installing Exchange, students will create users and groups, and assign permissions, rights and policies. They will then configure and troubleshoot the Exchange environment using various consoles and management shells. We'll investigate backup and fault tolerance strategies, as well as security and user access issues. Comprehensive labs and exercises give students real experience deploying, managing and troubleshooting an Exchange Server 2010 infrastructure.
Course Prerequisites: Familiarity with the Microsoft Windows environment (desktop, files and folders). Students should also be familiar with the basic workings of Active Directory (domains, organizational units, users and groups). Completion of Windows Server 2012 System Administration course or equivalent knowledge.
|Review of Windows Server 2008 and Active Directory
||Examining Exchange Server Features
|Installing Exchange Server
||Exchange Management Console (EMC)
|Exchange Management Shell (EMS)
||Exchange Control Panel (ECP)
|Rights Based Access Control (RBAC)
||Installing and Configuring Exchange Clients
|Maintenance and Monitoring
||Backup and Fault Tolerance
The coursework fully met my expectations, filling in many of the holes I had about Windows AD, as a parallel to deploying MS EXCH 2010. This gives me the confidence to go out and be of further value to our enterprise.
— J.S., Middle Tennessee State University
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