Microsoft ES Course

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Microsoft Exchange Server Online Training

This module describes the new Exchange Server 2010 features as compared to the Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2007 features.

This module will cover the new features and terminology in two lessons, one of which will describe what is new since Exchange Server 2003. The other lesson will describe what is new since Exchange Server 2007. By covering this material at a high level early in the course, we can decrease some of the gaps in knowledge between the Exchange Server 2003 administrators and the Exchange Server 2007 administrators.

What you will learn

This module will also provide a high-level view of the steps required to migrate from previous Exchange Server versions to Exchange Server 2010. The purpose of this information is to provide a context for the following modules.

  • New Exchange Server 2010 Features for Exchange Server 2003 Administrators
  • New Exchange Server 2010 Features for Exchange Server 2007 Administrators
  • Upgrading to Exchange Server 2010

Microsoft Exchange Server 2000, 2003, 2007 & 2010 Online Training Course Content

 

  • what is Exchange Server 2010 /2013?
  • what is new in Exchange server 2010 /2013?
  • what is missing in Exchange Server 2010 /2013 that was available in prior versions?
  • Exchange Server 2010 /2013 Editions
  • Services of Exchange Server 2010 /2013
  • Exchange Server 2010 /2013 and Active directory
  • Exchange Server 2010 /2013 Architecture
  • Architectural goals with Exchange Server2010 /2013
  • Exchange Server 2010 /2013 Hardware Requirements
  • Exchange Server 2010 /2013 Operating System Requirement
  • 64-Bit Support Only
  • Graphical Administration Tools
  • Command-line Administration Tools
  • Database SizeServer Roles and Permissions
  • Role based Deployment and Server Roles
  • Mailbox Server Role
  • Client Access Server Roles
  • Hub Transport Server Role
  • Unified Messaging Server Role
  • Edge Transport Server Role
  • HA Improvements
  • Exchange Server Permissions
  • Planning and Deploying Exchange Server 2010 /2013
  • Planning for Exchange Server 2010 /2013
  • Significant Changes in Exchange Server 2010 /2013
  • Logical Structure of Active Directory
  • Active Directory Requirements
  • Preparing the Active Directory Schema
  • Preparing the Active Directory
  • Understanding the AD Forest
  • Installing Exchange Server 2010 /2013
  • Preparing the Windows Server 2003
  • Windows Requirements
  • Memory Configuration
  • Disk Configuration
  • Exchange Prerequisites
  • Installing Exchange
  • Performing Post-Installation Tasks
  • Delegating Permissions
  • Administering Exchange 2010 /2013 and Installing Anti-virus and Anti-spam
  • Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange
  • Server Forefront Security
  • Securing Communication
  • Installing the ForefrontLesson 4.2 Administering Exchange 2010 /2013
  • Understanding the New Administrative Architecture
  • Installing the Exchange 2010 /2013 Management Tools
  • Exploring the Exchange Management Console
  • Exchange management Console Customization
  • Toolbox Work Center
  • Finalize Deployment Tip
  • Delegating Administrative Permissions
  • Delegating Administrative Permissions
  • Exchange 2010 /2013 Administrative Roles
  • Exchange 2010 /2013 built-in Administrative Groups
  • Tuning Your Operating System
  • Exchange management Shell Primer
  • Command Syntax
  • PowerShell vs. Exchange Management Shell
  • Object Oriented
  • Filtering Output
  • Formatting Output
  • Getting Help
  • Exchange Organization, Server and Recipient Management
  • Understanding the Active Directory Configuration Partition
  • Verifying the Installation of Exchange Server 2010 /2013
  • Active Directory Configuration Partition
  • Configuring Administrative Permissions
  • Adding and Removing Exchange 2010 /2013 Server Roles
  • Uninstalling Exchange Server 2010 /2013
  • Managing Recipients Using the Exchange 2010 /2013 Management Console
  • Managing Recipients
  • Managing Mailboxes
  • Creating a User Mailbox
  • Manipulating Mailboxes in Exchange 2010 /2013
  • Moving a Mailbox
  • Enabling Unified Messaging for a Mailbox
  • Creating a Custom Recipient Management Console

 

  • Managing Distribution Groups and Exchange 2010 /2013 Mailbox Server
  • Managing Distribution Groups
  • Distribution Groups
  • Managing Mail Contacts and Mail Users
  • Creating a Mail Contact
  • Recipient Filtering in Exchange 2010 /2013
  • Exchange 2010 /2013 Mailbox Server Role
  • Managing the Exchange 2010 /2013 Mailbox Server
  • Exchange 2010 /2013 Storage Groups
  • Creating a New Storage Group
  • Moving a Storage Group
  • Managing Exchange 2010 /2013 Mailbox Databases
  • Exchange 2010 /2013 Public Folder Database
  • Configuring a Public Folder
  • Using a Public Folder
  • Creating a New Public Folder Database
  • Administering Public Folder Permissions
  • Managing Public Folder Replica Settings
  • Mail Enabling a Public Folder
  • Managing Address Lists and Client Access Server
  • Managing Address Lists
  • Address Lists
  • Managing Global Address Lists
  • Creating Global Address Lists
  • Applying Global Address Lists to Mail Objects
  • Applying Permissions to Global Address Lists
  • Managing Address Lists
  • Managing Offline Address BooksLesson
  • Managing the Exchange 2010 /2013 Client Access Server
  • Client Access Server Role
  • Managing the Client Access Server
  • The Auto Discover Service
  • The Availability Service
  • SSL Certificate
  • Managing Outlook Anywhere
  • Installing a Third party SSL Certificate
  • Managing Folder Content and Messages in Transit
  • Understanding the Basics of Messaging records Management
  • Messaging Records Management
  • User Participation
  • Possible Scenarios
  • Managing Default Folders
  • Creating and Managing Custom Folders
  • Managed folder Mailbox Policies
  • Assigning Managed Folder mailbox Policies to Users
  • Enabling on the Mailbox Server
  • Managing Messages in Transit
  • New Exchange 2010 /2013 Transport Architecture
  • Setting Up Message Classifications
  • Deploying Message Classifications
  • Setting Up Transport Rules
  • Selecting Conditions and Exceptions
  • Selecting Actions
  • Creating New Rules with the Exchange management Console
  • Reliability and Availability
  • Reliability and Availability
  • Reliability vs. Availability
  • Scheduled Maintenance
  • Building a Reliable Platform
  • Fault Tolerance vs. High Availability
  • Outlook Local Cached Mode and Perceived Downtime
  • Building Redundancy
  • Network Load Balancing
  • Supporting Infrastructure Redundancy
  • Clustering
  • Clustered Continuous Replication Clusters
  • Securing Logging, Auditing and Monitoring of Exchange 2010 /2013
  • Securing Exchange Server 2010 /2013
  • Exchange Server Security Basics
  • Message Security Types
  • Security Configuration Wizard
  • Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) with Exchange
  • Choosing an Antivirus System
  • Blocking File Attachments
  • Implementing Multiple Layers of Protection
  • Using a Reverse Proxy to protect Web Services
  • Logging, Auditing and Monitoring Exchange 2010 /2013
  • Exchange Best Practices Analyzer
  • Auditing and Logging
  • Increasing the size of Event Logs
  • Exchange Diagnostics Logging
  • Message Tracking
  • Protocol and Connectivity Logs
  • Monitoring
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