M5047: Introduction to Installing and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
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This course is available in 3-day or 5-day versions. The extended 5-day version course enables you to gain the most benefit and skills from the experience that our instructors have gained in Exchange Server 2007 technologies. The course will enable customers to learn how to make the most of the new technologies which are needed to optimise the installation and management of Exchange Server 2007. By providing our customers more time to learn the technology in the course, delegates will be more effective when returning to their production environments.
Additionally you can also attend this course on its own or combine the 3-day version with the following 2 course to form a combined 5-day training program for Exchange 2007. Please review the available course dates to see when the 5-day program is available:
M5049 Introduction to Installing and Managing Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007
M5050 Recovering Messaging Servers and Databases Using Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007
This course will help the student prepare for the following Microsoft Certified Professional exam:
70-236 Implementing, Troubleshooting and Maintaining a MS Exchange Server 2007 Infrastructure.
At the end of this course, students who are new to Exchange Server will learn how to configure and manage a messaging environment in accordance with technical requirements. Students will learn how to install Exchange Server 2007 and manage routing, client access, and the backup and restore of databases. They will also learn how to manage addressing and recipient objects such as mailboxes, distribution groups, and contacts.
IT Professionals, IT generalists, and help desk professionals who want to learn about Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 are the audience for this course. IT Professionals, IT generalists and help desk professionals should have at least 3 years experience working in the IT field—typically in the areas of network administration, help desk, or system administration. No experience with Exchange Server is necessary.
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Overview of Exchange and Active Directory (2 topics)
- Review of Active Directory
- Introduction to the Integration of Active Directory and Exchange Server 2007
Installing Exchange Server 2007 (3 topics)
- Introduction to the Exchange Server 2007 Server Roles
- Installing Exchange Server 2007
- Completing the Exchange Server 2007 Installation
Configuring Mailbox Server Roles (3 topics)
- Overview of Exchange Server 2007
- Implementing Mailbox Server Roles
- Managing Public Folder Databases
Managing Recipient Objects (3 topics)
- Managing Mailboxes
- Managing Other Recipients
- Overview of Managing Public Folders
Managing E-Mail Addresses and Address Lists (3 topics)
- Configuring E-Mail Address Policies
- Configuring Address Lists
- Overview of Bulk Recipient Management Tasks
Managing Client Access (4 topics)
- Implementing Client Access Servers
- Implementing Client Access Features
- Implementing Outlook Web Access
- Introduction to Implementing Mobile Messaging
Managing Messaging Transport (2 topics)
- Introduction to Message Transport
- Implementing Message Transport
Managing Availability, Backup and Recovery (3 topics)
- Implementing High-Availability for Mailbox Servers
- Managing a Backup Solution
- Managing a Recovery Solution
Maintaining the Messaging System (2 topics)
- Overview of Implementing Change Management
- Overview of Updating Exchange Servers
This course requires that students meet the following prerequisites: - Experience using these tools and applications: - NTBackup command. - NSLookup command. - Windows Explorer - Microsoft Management Console (MMC) - Active Directory Users and Computers - Active Directory Sites and Services - Internet Information Services (IIS) Admin - Outlook Working knowledge of Windows server operating system. For example, how storage is configured, basic backup and restore techniques, and what a client/server application interaction means. Working knowledge of network technologies. . For example, what Transmission Control Protocol (TCP/IP) and Domain Name System (DNS) do and how to use them, basic routing concepts (Wide Area Networks (WAN) vs. Local Area Network (LAN) router vs. switch vs. hub). Working knowledge of Active Directory. For example, how user objects are managed, what is stored in Active Directory partitions, basic architectures (domain, forest, sites, etc.), and how domain controllers are managed. Also, site and site connector configuration, schema and configuration partitions, and Global Catalogs. Conceptual understanding of e-mail technologies For example, that Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) is a protocol used for e-mail and the differences between transport protocols and client access protocols (Post Office Protocol (POP), Internet Access Message Protocol (IMAP), SMTP).