1 - Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2016
Overview of Exchange ServerExchange Server architectureRequirements for Exchange ServerDeploying Exchange Server Exchange ServerExchange Server Management ToolsLab : Deploying Exchange Server
2 - Managing Exchange Server 2016 storage
Exchange Server mailbox databasesExchange Server storage Configuring Exchange Server mailbox databases and storageLab : Configuring Exchange Server storage
3 - Managing recipient objects
Managing user mailboxesManaging other types of mailboxesManaging other recipients objectsConfiguring policies and address listsLab : Managing recipient objectsLab : Configuring address lists and policies
4 - Managing recipients and Exchange servers by using Exchange Server cmdlets
Overview of the Exchange Management ShellManaging Exchange Servers by using Exchange Management Shell cmdletsManaging Exchange servers by using scriptsLab : Managing Exchange Server and recipient objects by using Exchange Management Shell
5 - Implementing client connectivity
Configuring client access servicesManaging client access servicesClient connectivity in Exchange ServerConfiguring Outlook on the webConfiguring mobile messagingLab : Configuring client access servicesLab : Deploying and configuring client access services on Exchange Server
6 - Managing high availability in Exchange Server
High availability on Exchange Server Configuring highly available mailbox databasesConfiguring high availability of Client Access servicesLab : Implementing DAGsLab : Implementing and testing high availability
7 - Implementing disaster recovery for Exchange Server
Implementing Exchange Server backupImplementing Exchange Server recoveryLab : Backing up Exchange Server dataLab : Restoring Exchange Server data
8 - Configuring and managing message transport
Overview of message transport Configuring message transportManaging transport rulesLab : Configuring and managing message transport
9 - Configuring message security
Deploying and managing an Edge Transport server for message securityImplementing an antivirus solution for Exchange ServerImplementing an antispam solution for Exchange ServerLab : Configuring message security in Exchange Server
10 - Monitoring and troubleshooting Exchange Server
Monitoring Exchange ServerTroubleshooting Exchange ServerLab : Monitoring and troubleshooting Exchange Server
11 - Securing and maintaining Exchange Server
Securing Exchange Server by using RBACConfiguring audit logging in Exchange ServerMaintaining Exchange ServerLab : Securing and maintaining Exchange Server
12 - Implementing and managing Exchange Online deployments
Overview of Exchange Online and Office 365Managing Exchange OnlineImplementing the migration to Exchange OnlineManaging a hybrid environmentLab : Managing Exchange Online
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
The audience for this course includes enterprise-level messaging administrators on Exchange Server. IT generalists and helpdesk professionals who want to learn about Exchange Server may also take this course. Students taking this course are expected to have at least two years of experience working in the IT field—typically in the areas of Windows Server administration, network administration, helpdesk, or system administration. They are also expected to have some experience with Exchange Server concepts but previous experience managing Exchange Server is not a requirement.
Before attending this course, students must have: A minimum two years of experience administering Windows Server, including Windows Servier 2012 R@ or Windows Server 2016; A minimum two years experience working with active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). A minimum two years of experience working with name resolution including Domain Name System (DNS); Understanding of TCP/IP and networking concepts; Understanding of Windows Server 2012 R2 or later, and AD DS, including planning, designing, and deploying; Understanding of security concepts such as authentication and authorization; Understanding of Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP); Working knowledge of public key infrastructure (PKI) technologies, including Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS).
In addition to their professional experience, students who attend this training should already have the following technical knowledge:
Minimum of two years of experience administering Windows Server.
Minimum of two years of experience working with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).
Minimum of two years of experience working with name resolution, including Domain Name System (DNS).
Understanding of TCP/IP and networking concepts.
Understanding of security concepts such as authentication and authorization.
Understanding of Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
Working knowledge of public key infrastructure (PKI) technologies, including Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS).