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Exchange Server 2010: Design High Availability and Compliance

Course Summary

Part 3 of 3 in the Exchange Server 2010 Design and Deployment series. In this course, you'll deepen your expertise with Exchange Server 2010, and walk away able to weigh the issues and considerations when planning for Exchange 2010, and maximize the value


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    Course Syllabus

    ● Designing High Availability for Mailbox Servers
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ What is High Availability
        ◦ Continuous Replication
        ◦ Database Availability Group (DAG) Features
        ◦ DAG Thoughts
        ◦ How DAG Works
        ◦ Steps to Create a Database Availability Group
        ◦ Backup Technology Support
        ◦ Windows Server Backup (WSB)
        ◦ Data Protection Manager 2010 and Beyond
        ◦ Server Recovery
        ◦ Recovery Database (RDB)
        ◦ Database and Dial Tone Portability
        ◦ Questions to Determining Client Needs
        ◦ Client Responses to Initial Design Survey
        ◦ Solutions Offered
        ◦ DAG Solutions
        ◦ Exchange Virtualization
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Designing High Availability for Non-Mailbox Servers
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Two By Two
        ◦ Shadow Redundancy
        ◦ Hub Transport HA
        ◦ Edge Transport HA
        ◦ Client Access HA
        ◦ CAS Array in Exchange 2010
        ◦ Unified Messaging HA
        ◦ Load Balancing
        ◦ Questions to Determining Client Needs
        ◦ Client Responses to Initial Design Survey
        ◦ Tuan-Jie Power Systems In Place Currently
        ◦ Solutions Offered
        ◦ Beijing Close-up View
        ◦ DAG Close-up View
        ◦ Microsoft Servers for Exchange 2010
        ◦ Microsoft DAG Configuration
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Designing and Deploying Message Compliance
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Message Compliance Begins with Legislation
        ◦ Built-in Technology for Exchange 2010
        ◦ Messaging Records Management (MRM)
        ◦ Transport Rules and Message Classifications
        ◦ Multi-Mailbox Search
        ◦ Transport Architecture
        ◦ The Way Rules Work
        ◦ Practical Transport Rules
        ◦ Message Classificiations
        ◦ MailTips
        ◦ Questions to Determining Client Needs
        ◦ Client Responses to Initial Design Survey
        ◦ Solutions Offered
        ◦ Creating Transport Rules
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Designing and Deploying Auditing and Discovery
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Administrator Audit Logging
        ◦ Auditing ActiveSync Mobile Connectivity
        ◦ Protocol Logging
        ◦ Multi-Mailbox Search for eDiscovery
        ◦ Retention Hold vs. Legal Hold
        ◦ Questions to Determining Client Needs
        ◦ Client Responses to Initial Design Survey
        ◦ Solutions Offered
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Journaling, Archiving and Messaging Records Management (MRM)
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ The PST Nightmare
        ◦ Understanding Personal Archive
        ◦ Enabling Personal Archive
        ◦ Archive Enhancements in SP1
        ◦ Messaging Records Management
        ◦ Managed Folders and Retention Policies
        ◦ Retention Tags and Retention Policies
        ◦ MRM Revised in Exchange 2010 SP1
        ◦ Questions to Determining Clients Needs
        ◦ Client Responses to Initial Design Survey
        ◦ Solutions Offered
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Designing and Deploying Monitoring and Reporting
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Dedicated and Independent Tools
        ◦ The Exchange Management Console Toolbox
        ◦ 'Test' Cmdlets
        ◦ Performance Monitor and Troubleshooter
        ◦ Exchange Best Practices Analyzer (ExBPA)


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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