Configuring, Managing, and Troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange Server 2010



Vendor: Microsoft Certified Partners for Learning Solutions (CPLS) - Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
Course # 10135
Course Starts On: January 27, 2014 - March 10, 2014 - May 12, 2014 -
Length of the Course: 5 Days
Price: $2,625 – Click Here to Pre Register

Course Description

This five-day, instructor-led course will provide you with the knowledge and
skills to configure and manage a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 messaging
environment. This course does not require previous Exchange Server experience,
but does require that students have significant experience in managing Windows
Server and Active Directory directory services or Active Directory Domain
Services (AD DS). This course will teach you how to configure Exchange Server
2010, as well as provide guidelines, best practices, and considerations that
will help you optimize your Exchange server deployment.

Course Objectives:

After completing this course, students will be able to:

-Install and deploy Exchange Server 2010.
-Configure Mailbox servers and mailbox server components.
-Manage recipient objects.
-Configure the Client Access server role.
-Manage message transport.
-Configure the secure flow of messages between the Exchange Server organization
and the Internet.
-Implement a high availability solution for Mailbox servers and other server
roles.
-Plan and implement backup and restore for the server roles.
-Plan and configure messaging policy and compliance.
-Configure Exchange Server permissions and security for internal and external
access.
-Monitor and maintain the messaging system.
-Transition an Exchange Server 2003 or Exchange Server 2007 organization to
Exchange Server 2010.
-Configure the Unified Messaging Server role and Unified Messaging components.
-Implement high availability across multiple sites and implement Federated
Sharing.

Course Audience:

This course is intended for people aspiring to be enterprise-level messaging
administrators. Others who may take this course include IT generalists and help
desk professionals who want to learn about Exchange Server 2010. People coming
into the course are expected to have at least 3 years experience working in the
IT field—typically in the areas of network administration, help desk, or system
administration. They are not expected to have experience with previous versions
of Exchange Server.

Course PreRequisites:

In addition to their professional experience, students who attend this training
should have the following prerequisite knowledge:

-Fundamental knowledge of network technologies including Domain Name System
(DNS) and firewall technologies.
-Experience with the Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008
operating systems.
-Experience with Active Directory directory services in Windows Server 2003 or
Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) Windows Server 2008.
-Experience managing backup and restore on Windows Servers.
-Experience using Windows management and monitoring tools such as Microsoft
Management Console, Active Directory Users and Computers, Performance Monitor,
Event Viewer, and Internet Information Services (IIS) Administrator.
-Experience using Windows networking and troubleshooting tools such as Network
Monitor, Telnet and NSLookup.
-Fundamental knowledge of certificates and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
-Basic experience with Windows Mobile.

Course Outline:

Module 1: Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
This module describes how to prepare for, and perform, an Exchange Server 2010
installation. It also provides details on the Exchange Server 2010 deployment.
Lessons
Overview of Exchange Server 2010 Requirements
Installing Exchange Server 2010 Server Roles
Completing an Exchange Server 2010 Installation
Lab : Installing Exchange Server 2010
Evaluating Requirements for an Exchange Server Installation
Preparing for an Exchange Server 2010 Installation
Installing Exchange Server 2010
Lab : Verifying an Exchange Server 2010 Installation
Verifying an Exchange Server 2010 Installation
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe Exchange Server 2010 requirements.
Install the Exchange Server 2010 server roles.

Module 2: Configuring Mailbox Servers
This module describes the management tools that you can use to manage Exchange
Server 2010. It also describes the Mailbox server role, some of the new
Exchange Server 2010 features, the most common Mailbox server role
post-installation tasks, and public folders.
Lessons
Overview of Exchange Server 2010 Administrative Tools
Configuring Mailbox Server Roles
Configuring Public Folders
Lab : Configuring Mailbox Servers
Configuring Mailbox Databases
Configuring Public Folders
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Use the Exchange Management Console and the Exchange Management Shell.
Configure Mailbox server roles and databases.
Create and configure public folders.

Module 3: Managing Recipient Objects
This module describes how you can manage recipient objects, address policies,
and address lists in Exchange Server 2010. It also describes procedures for
performing bulk management tasks in Exchange Management Shell.
Lessons
Managing Mailboxes
Managing Other Recipients
Configuring E-Mail Address Policies
Configuring Address Lists
Performing Bulk Recipient Management Tasks
Lab : Managing Recipient Objects
Managing Recipients
Configuring E-mail Address Policies
Configuring Address Lists
Performing Bulk Recipient Management Tasks
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Manage mailboxes in Exchange Server 2010.
Manage other recipients in Exchange Server 2010.
Configure e-mail address policies.
Configure address lists.
Perform bulk recipient management tasks.

Module 4: Managing Client Access
This module provides details on how to implement the Client Access server role
in Exchange Server 2010.
Lessons
Configuring the Client Access Server Role
Configuring Client Access Services for Outlook Clients
Configuring Outlook Web Access
Configuring Mobile Messaging
Lab : Configuring Client Access Servers for Outlook Anywhere Access
Configuring Client Access Servers
Configuring Outlook Anywhere
Lab : Configuring Client Access Servers for Outlook Web Access and Exchange
ActiveSync
Configuring Outlook Web Access
Configuring Exchange ActiveSync
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Configure the Client Access server role.
Configure Client Access services for Outlook Clients.
Configure Outlook Web Access.
Configure mobile messaging.

Module 5: Managing Message Transport
This module details how to manage message transport in Exchange Server 2010.
It also describes how to deploy and configure the Hub Transport server.
Lessons
Overview of Message Transport
Configuring Message Transport
Lab : Managing Message Transport
Configuring Internet Message Transport
Troubleshooting Message Transport
Troubleshooting Internet Message Delivery
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe Internet message transport in Exchange Server 2010.
Deploy and configure the Hub Transport server.

Module 6: Implementing Messaging Security
This module describes how to plan for and deploy the Edge Transport server role
and the security issues related to the deployment. It also describes how to
configure secure SMTP messaging as well as Domain Security.
Lessons
Deploying Edge Transport Servers
Deploying an Antivirus Solution
Configuring an Anti-Spam Solution
Configuring Secure SMTP Messaging
Lab : Configuring Edge Transport Servers and Forefront Security
Configuring Edge Transport Servers
Configuring ForeFront Security for Exchange Servers
Lab : Implementing Anti-Spam Solutions
Configuring an Anti-Spam Solution on Edge Transport Servers
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Deploy Edge Transport servers.
Deploy an antivirus solution.
Configure an anti-spam solution.
Configure secure SMTP messaging.

Module 7: Implementing High Availability
This module describes the high-availability technology built into Exchange
Server 2010 and some of the outside factors that affect highly available
solutions.
Lessons
Overview of High Availability Options
Configuring Highly Available Mailbox Databases
Deploying Highly Available Non-Mailbox Servers
Lab : Implementing High Availability
Deploying a DAG
Deploying Highly Available Hub Transport and Client Access Servers
Testing the High Availability Configuration
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Identify high-availability components.
Understand Mailbox server high-availability configurations.
Understand non-Mailbox server high-availability configurations.

Module 8: Implementing Backup and Recovery
This modules describes the backup and restore features built into Exchange
Server 2010 and considerations for creating a suitable backup plan.
Lessons
Planning Backup and Recovery
Backing Up Exchange Server 2010
Restoring Exchange Server 2010
Lab : Implementing Backup and Recovery
Backing Up Exchange Server 2010
Restoring Exchange Server Data
Restoring Exchange Servers (optional)
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Plan backup and recovery.
Backup Exchange Server 2010.
Restore Exchange Server 2010.

Module 9: Configuring Messaging Policy and Compliance
This module describes how to configure the Exchange Server 2010 messaging
policy and compliance features.
Lessons
Introducing Messaging Policy and Compliance
Configuring Transport Rules
Configuring Journaling and Discovery
Configuring Messaging Records Management
Configuring Mailbox Archiving
Lab : Configuring Transport Rules and Journal Rules and Discovery
Configuring Transport Rules
Configuring Journal Rules and Discovery
Lab : Configuring Messaging Records Management and Mailbox Archiving
Configuring Messaging Records Management
Configuring Mailbox Archiving
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe messaging policy and compliance.
Configure transport rules.
Configure journaling and discovery.
Configure Messaging Records Management.
Configure mailbox archiving.

Module 10: Securing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
This module describes how to configure administrative permissions with
Role-Based Access Control and how to secure the Exchange Server configuration.
Lessons
Configuring Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
Configuring Security for Server Roles in Exchange Server 2010
Configuring Secure Internet Access
Lab : Securing Exchange Server 2010
Configuring Exchange Server Permissions
Configuring a Reverse Proxy for Exchange Server Access
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Configure RBAC permissions.
Configure security for Exchange Server 2010 server roles.
Configure secure Internet access.

Module 11: Maintaining Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
This module describes how to monitor and maintain Exchange Server 2010. It also
describes how to troubleshoot Exchange Server when problems arise.
Lessons
Monitoring Exchange Server 2010
Maintaining Exchange Server 2010
Troubleshooting Exchange Server 2010
Lab : Maintaining Exchange Server 2010
Monitoring Exchange Server 2010
Troubleshooting Database Availability
Troubleshooting Client Access Servers
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Identify key Exchange Server performance metrics.
Describe how change management applies to an Exchange Server messaging
environment.
Describe basic Exchange Server troubleshooting techniques.

Module 12: Transitioning from Exchange Server 2003 or Exchange Server 2007 to
Exchange Server 2010
This module describes how to transition an existing Exchange Server 2003 or
Exchange Server 2007 organization to an Exchange Server 2010 organization. It
also describes the various considerations for implementing coexistence between
the two messaging systems after an Exchange Server 2010 deployment.
Lessons
Transitioning to Exchange Server 2010 Overview
Transitioning from Exchange Server 2003 to Exchange Server 2010
Transitioning from Exchange Server 2007 to Exchange Server 2010
Lab : (no lab)
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe the various options, scenarios, and strategies for transitioning to Exchange Server 2010.
Describe how to transition from Exchange Server 2003 to Exchange Server 2010.
Describe how to transition from Exchange Server 2007 to Exchange Server 2010.

Module 13: Implementing Unified Messaging
This appendix describes how Unified Messaging integrates Exchange Server with
telephony networks. It also describes how to configure Unified Messaging.
Lessons
Overview of Telephony
Introducing Unified Messaging
Configuring Unified Messaging
Lab : Implementing Unified Messaging
Installing and Configuring Unified Messaging Components
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe telephony systems.
Describe Unified Messaging features and integration with Exchange Server 2010.
Configure Unified Messaging.

Module 14: Advanced Topics in Exchange Server 2010
This appendix provides an overview of how to implement a highly available
Exchange Server 2010 deployment across multiple data centers. It also describes
how to deploy Federated Sharing.
Lessons
Deploying Highly Available Solutions for Multiple Sites
Implementing Federated Sharing
Lab : (no lab)
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe how implement a highly available Exchange 2010 deployment across
multiple sites.
Describe how to deploy Federated Sharing.