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Exchange Server 2010 Part 1: Initial Install and Configuration

Course Summary

Part 1 of 5 in the Exchange Server 2010 series. This in-depth course will teach you the essentials of working with Exchange Server 2010. You'll walk away from this course knowing how to install, configure, and maintain Exchange Server 2010 environments, a


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    Course Syllabus

    ● Getting Started with Exchange Server 2010 Training
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ About Your Instructor
        ◦ Topics Covered
        ◦ How to Use This Course
        ◦ Updated SP1 Content
    ● An Overview of Exchange 2010
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ What Exchange 2010 Has to Offer
        ◦ Server Roles
        ◦ What's New in Exchange 2010
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Your Globomantics Scenario
        ◦ The Scenario
        ◦ The Installation and Deployment Plan
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Lab Setup
        ◦ Ways to Setup Your Lab
        ◦ The Ultimate Lab Setup
        ◦ Scenario Diagram
        ◦ Lab Setup Diagram and Details
        ◦ Configure the Domain Controller
        ◦ The Internal FQDN and External Domain Name
        ◦ Hyper-V Lab Overview
        ◦ The Shoe-String Budget Lab
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● System Requirements and Prerequisites
        ◦ Purchases Needed for This Deployment
        ◦ The Proper Hardware
        ◦ Processor and Memory Requirements
        ◦ The Right OS
        ◦ Standard or Enterprise Edition?
        ◦ Prerequisites for Exchange 2010 and Server 2008
        ◦ Prerequisite Installation
        ◦ Updating Your AD Schema and Preparing the Domain
        ◦ What We Covered
    ● Exchange 2010 Installations
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Absolute Necessities for Exchange 2010
        ◦ Typical or Custom Installations
        ◦ Small, Medium and Large Architecture Examples
        ◦ Scenario Installation Goals
        ◦ Installing the Client Access, Mailbox and Hub Transport Roles
        ◦ Installation with the Hub Transport and Client Access Roles
        ◦ Installation with the Mailbox Role
        ◦ Installation with Edge Transport Role
        ◦ Installation Goals Accomplished
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Installing Exchange 2010 SP1
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Installation Best Practices and Issues
        ◦ Installing Exchange
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Working with the Exchange Management Console and Shell
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ The Exchange Management Console
        ◦ The Exchange Management Shell
        ◦ Local Shell and Remote Shell
        ◦ Working with Cmdlets
        ◦ Adding Multiple Users from a CSV file Using PowerShell
        ◦ Creating Mailboxes for Users Using PowerShell
        ◦ Sending Mail Between the New Mailboxes
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Working with the Exchange Control Panel (ECP)
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ The ECP in Exchange 2010 RTM
        ◦ The ECP in SP1
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Transitioning to Exchange 2010
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Upgrade Terminology
        ◦ The Basic Breakdown in Steps
        ◦ Legacy Host Names and Certificates for CAS
        ◦ A Review of DNS Terminology
        ◦ Add and Test an Legacy A Record
        ◦ The Deployment Assistant
        ◦ Transitioning Paths Vary
        ◦ The Steps to Complete Our Transition
        ◦ Online Mailbox Moves
        ◦ Transition Public Folders
        ◦ Pre-Removal Tasks
        ◦ What We Learned

     


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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