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Exchange Server 2007 Backup and Recovery

Course Summary

This hands-on Exchange Server 2007 training will teach you exchange backup, data protection manager (DPM), mailbox recovery, server recovery, and database recovery. This course will show you how to develop your own backup and recovery architecture and ins


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    Course Syllabus

    ● Course Introduction
        ◦ Instructor Introduction
        ◦ Lab Setup
        ◦ Topics We'll Cover
        ◦ How this Course Works
    ● Exchange Backup & Recovery Architecture Overview
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Recovery Point Objective (RPO)
        ◦ Recovery Time Objective (RTO)
        ◦ Retention Range
        ◦ Database Architecture
        ◦ File Backup
        ◦ Open-File Backups
        ◦ Brick-Level Backups
        ◦ Streaming Backup Overview
        ◦ The Streaming Backup Process
        ◦ Volume Shadowcopy Service (VSS) Backups
        ◦ The VSS Backup Process
        ◦ Recovery Storage Groups
        ◦ Clustering and High Availability
        ◦ Key Concepts
    ● General Practices
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Database Placement
        ◦ Sizing Databases
        ◦ The Mailbox Server Role Storage Requirements Calculator
        ◦ Retention Principles
        ◦ Setting Retention
        ◦ Deleted Item Recovery
        ◦ System State
        ◦ Database Portability
        ◦ Best Practices
        ◦ Wrap-Up
    ● Native Exchange Backup on Server 2003
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Scenario
        ◦ Offline Backup
        ◦ Streaming Backup
        ◦ Best Practices
    ● Native Exchange Backup on Server 2008
        ◦ Overview of Backup Options on Server 2008
        ◦ NTBackup on Server 2008
        ◦ Using Remote Streaming Backup with NTBackup
        ◦ The Volume Shadowcopy Service (VSS) Backup Plug-In
        ◦ Backing Up with VSS
        ◦ Troubleshooting VSS
        ◦ Best Practices
    ● Data Protection Manager (DPM) Architecture and Requirements
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ How Data Protection Manager (DPM) Works
        ◦ DPM Concepts
        ◦ What DPM Requires
        ◦ DPM Licensing
        ◦ DPM and Clustering
        ◦ Best Practices
        ◦ Wrap-Up
    ● DPM Installation and Configuration
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Install the Necessary Hotfix
        ◦ Prerequisite Check
        ◦ Installation Settings
        ◦ Install DPM
        ◦ Walkthrough the DPM 2007 Administrator Console
        ◦ Installing the DPM Agent
        ◦ Disabling and Uninstalling the DPM Agent
        ◦ Wrap-Up
    ● Backing Up with DPM
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Creating a Protection Group
        ◦ Check the Results of the Protection Group Creation
        ◦ Monitoring Replication
        ◦ The Recovery, Reporting, and Management Tabs
        ◦ Demo Recap
        ◦ Best Practices
    ● Mailbox Recovery
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Recovering a Mailbox with NTBackup
        ◦ Recovering a Mailbox from a Windows Backup
        ◦ Recovering a Mailbox with DPM
        ◦ Best Practices
    ● Server and Database Recovery
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Restoring a Database Overview
        ◦ NTBackup Recovery to the Production Database
        ◦ DPM Recovery
        ◦ Dialtone Recovery
        ◦ Restore to a Separate Server Using DPM
        ◦ Recreating a Failed Server
        ◦ CAS Backup
        ◦ EDGE Backup
        ◦ Rebuilding a Failed EDGE Server
        ◦ Best Practices
        ◦ Wrap-Up
    ● Alternative Backup Options
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Internet Backup
        ◦ Other Products
        ◦ No Backups
        ◦ Wrap-Up
     


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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