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Exchange Server 2010: Design Planning

Course Summary

Part 1 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

    ● Getting Started with Exchange Server 2010 Design and Deployment
        ◦ About Your Instructor
        ◦ Becoming a Design and Deployment Expert
        ◦ Course Prerequisites
        ◦ The Course Building Blocks
        ◦ Questions You May Have Before Getting Started
        ◦ Additional Resources to Utilize
        ◦ Closing Advice and Encouragement
    ● The Course Scenario
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Scenario Clients
        ◦ Our Methodology
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Lab Setup
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ The Ultimate Lab Setup
        ◦ The Virtual Servers Needed
        ◦ Some Inner Details of Setup
        ◦ The VM Shell Process
        ◦ The OS and Domain Process
        ◦ Configuring Internal and Edge Servers
        ◦ Install Exchange
        ◦ Adding Users and Mailboxes
        ◦ The Shoe-String Budget Lab
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Analyzing Deployment Needs
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ A Review of Server Roles
        ◦ Server Roles in Action
        ◦ Email Address Policies
        ◦ Accepted Domains
        ◦ Relay Domains
        ◦ Remote Domains
        ◦ Email Address Policies, Accepted Domains and Remote Domains
        ◦ Active Directory Design Concerns
        ◦ Network and Directory Server Requirements
        ◦ Additional AD Points to Keep in Mind
        ◦ Questions to Determining Client Needs
        ◦ Client Responses to Initial Design Survey
        ◦ Initial Design Proposal for Neblina Festa
        ◦ Initial Design Proposal for Hyperion Illuminations
        ◦ Blueprint for an Exchange Service Level Agreement
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Mailbox and Client Access Server Design Concerns
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Hardware Requirements
        ◦ The Benefits of Exchange Virtualization
        ◦ Processor and Memory Requirements
        ◦ Multiple Role Processor Core Ratios
        ◦ Mailbox Storage Design Process
        ◦ Facing the Database Challenges of Exchange
        ◦ Disk Types for Exchange
        ◦ Storage Architecture
        ◦ Database Best Practice Suggestions
        ◦ The Balance of Performance and Scalability
        ◦ The Evolution of CAS
        ◦ The Exchange 2010 CAS Role is Middle Tier
        ◦ CAS Role Aspects
        ◦ Ports to Remember
        ◦ Questions to Determining Client Needs
        ◦ Client Responses to Initial Design Survey
        ◦ Solutions Offered
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Transitioning and Coexistence Strategies
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Upgrade Terminology
        ◦ Key Minimum Requirements
        ◦ The Basic Breakdown in Steps
        ◦ Legacy Host Names and Certificates for CAS
        ◦ Legacy Host Name Explanation
        ◦ Meet the Deployment Assistant
        ◦ Online Mailbox Moves
        ◦ Pre-Removal Tasks
        ◦ Questions to Determining Client Needs
        ◦ Client Responses to Initial


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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