Microsoft Exchange 2013/2016 Ultimate Bootcamp

This isn't your typical Exchange training!

Microsoft Exchange training like you’ve never seen before!

Duration:

5 days

Audience:

Employees of federal, state and local governments; and businesses working with the government.

Prerequisites:

  • Understanding of internet and networking protocols
  • Minimum of two years of experience:
    • administering Windows Server 2008 R2 or 2012
    • working with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
    • working with name resolution (DNS)
  • Experience working with PKI certificates

Course Description:

The Microsoft Exchange Server Ultimate Bootcamp will provide you with the knowledge and skills to plan, deploy, manage, secure, and support Microsoft Exchange Server 2013/2016 in a physical or virtual environment. This course will provide guidelines, best practices, and practical considerations that will help you optimize performance, minimize errors and security threats in Exchange Server 2013/2016. With over 60% of Exchange implementations running on VMware this is the only class in the world to present the ideal way to optimize Exchange to run in a VMware environment. This course will dive into VMware’s best practices for running Exchange on VMware in this exciting, one-of-a-kind course delivered by an outstanding instructor.

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Why Attend this Class?

In order to be a great Administrator, you need to gain 100% thorough knowledge fallout from the foregoing Course Objectives. Most companies today are virtualized, but many are either over allocating resources or having performance issues. The sum resultant is that companies and businesses are getting more discerning as to who they hire; hence you want to be one step ahead of the competition. The Microsoft Exchange 2013/2016 Ultimate Bootcamp Course will do just that by teaching you what you need to setup a virtual machine correctly and maximize performance.

Multiple Classes in One! This course combines all of the key components from:

  • Microsoft Exam 70-341A: Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, Core Solutions
  • Microsoft Exam 70-342: Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, Advanced Solutions

Course Outline:

  • Course Introduction and Methodology
  • Introduction to Microsoft Exchange Server
    • Topic 1: Evolution of Microsoft Exchange Server
    • Topic 2: Licensing Concepts
    • Topic 3: Exchange Server 2013
    • Topic 4: Discontinued Features
  • Designing Exchange 2013 and Roles for Exchange Server
    • Topic 1: Infrastructure Requirements for Exchange 2013
    • Topic 2: Active Directory Components and Exchange Server 2013 Integration
    • Topic 3: DNS server requirements for Exchange 2013
    • Topic 4: Networking in a Virtual Environment
  •  Exchange Server 2013 Deployment
    • Topic 1: Prepare Infrastructure
    • Topic 2: Installation of Exchange Server 2013
    • Topic 3: Troubleshooting Installation
  •  Administering Exchange Server 2013
    • Topic 1: Exchange Admin Center (EAC)
    • Topic 2: PowerShell and Exchange Management Shell (EMS)
    • Topic 3: Mailbox Management with OWA
    • Topic 4: Other Tools for Exchange 2013 Administration
  • Designing and Configuring Mailbox Servers
    • Topic 1: Overview of the Mailbox Server Role
    • Topic 2: Planning the Mailbox Server Deployment
    • Topic 3: Planning the Mailbox Server in a Virtual Environment
    • Topic 4: Configuring the Mailbox Servers
  • Managing Recipients
    • Topic 1: Exchange Server 2013 Recipients
    • Topic 2: Public Folders
    • Topic 3: Address Lists
    • Topic 4: Email Address Policies
    • Topic 5: Import / Export to PSTs
  • Designing and Configuring Client Access Servers
    • Topic 1: Client Access Servers (CAS) Overview
    • Topic 2: Configure CAS Role
    • Topic 3: CAS Role Services & Features
  • Designing and Configuring Messaging Client Connectivity
    • Topic 1: Outlook Web Application and Outlook Anywhere
    • Topic 2: Exchange ActiveSync
    • Topic 3: BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES)
    • Topic 4: Connect non-Outlook clients to Client Access Server
    • Topic 5: Outlook Web App Policy
    • Topic 6: Configure Outlook Web App
    • Topic 7: Office Web Apps Server Integration
    • Topic 8: Outlook Web App Off-line Access
    • Topic 9: Mobile Device Management
  • Designing and Configuring Message Transport
    • Topic 1: Message Transport Services
    • Topic 2: Message Transport Components
    • Topic 3: Message Routingt Change
    • Topic 4: Routing in Front End Transport Service
    • Topic 5: Routing in Destination and Delivery Groups
    • Topic 6: Routing in Mailbox Transport Service
    • Topic 7: Modify Default Message Flow
    • Topic 8: Mail Flow Settings
    • Topic 9: Accepted and Remote Domains
    • Topic 10: SMTP Connectors
    • Topic 11: Foreign Connectors
    • Topic 12: Transport Rules
    • Topic 13: Data Loss Prevention Policies
  • Managing Performance
    • Topic 1: Optimizing Resources in VMware
    • Topic 2: Monitoring Exchange Server
    • Topic 3: Monitoring Exchange Server Performance in VMware
    • Topic 4: Third Party Performance Monitoring Tools
  • Designing and Configuring Message Integrity
    • Topic 1: Define Messaging Security Requirements
    • Topic 2: Plan Client Access Server Security Options
    • Topic 3: Planning Restrictions to Message Flow
    • Topic 4: Exchange Server 2013 Spam-Filtering Features
    • Topic 5: Configure Sender ID and Recipient Filtering
    • Topic 6: Understanding the SCL in Exchange Server 2013
    • Topic 7: Anti-Virus Solution Requirements
    • Topic 8: Exchange Online Protection
    • Topic 9: Third Party Spam Solutions
  • Message Retention and Compliance
    • Topic 1: In-Place Archiving
    • Topic 2: Message Retention
    • Topic 3: Data loss Prevention (DLP)
    • Topic 4: In-Place Hold
    • Topic 5: In-Place eDiscovery
  • Designing and Configuring Administrative Security and Auditing
    • Topic 1: Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
    • Topic 2: Exchange Server Split Permissions
    • Topic 3: Audit Logging
  • Planning and Implementing High Availability
    • Topic 1: Components of High Availability
    • Topic 2: Design of Database Availability Groups
    • Topic 3: DAGs and High Availability
    • Topic 4: Client Access Server High Availability
    • Topic 5: Edge Transport Server High Availability
    • Topic 6: VMware High Availability (HA)
  • Designing and Implementing Backup and Restore
    • Topic 1: Backup Overview
    • Topic 2: Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) backup
    • Topic 3: Exchange Server Backup Software and Backup Media
    • Topic 4: Windows Server Backup
    • Topic 5: Windows Server Restore
    • Topic 6: Third Party Backup Programs
  • Disaster Recovery, Data Loss and Site Resiliency
    • Topic 1: Data Loss Scenarios
    • Topic 2: Data Loss Mitigation
    • Topic 3: Options to Recover Exchange Server 2013
    • Topic 4: Timelines for Disaster Recovery
    • Topic 5: Site Resiliency in Exchange Server 2013
    • Topic 6: Planning a Site Resilient Implementation
    • Topic 7: Implementing Site Resiliency
    • Topic 8: Site Recovery Manager (SRM)
  • Migrate and Upgrade for Exchange 2013
    • Topic 1: Migrate and Upgrade to Exchange 2013
    • Topic 2: Migrate Public Folders to Exchange 2013
    • Topic 3: 3rd Party Migration Tools

If you have more questions about our Microsoft Exchange training in Virginia Beach or where ever you are located, please let us know!  We’d love to answer them for you!