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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Public Folders and Messaging Records Management $74.95
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Planning for Exchange Server $74.95
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Installation and Configuration $74.95
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Administrative Tools $74.95
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Mailbox Server Administration $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Public Folders and Messaging Records Management

Organizations process an increasingly large volume of e-mail every day. To ensure compliance with legal requirements or company policy, messaging records management (MRM) can be used. The two main components of MRM are retention policies and managed folders, both of which are discussed in this course. Also covered is the implementation and management of public folders in your Exchange Server 2010 SP1 organization.
  • use the EMC to create a public folder database
  • configure limits for a public folder database
  • recognize how public folder replication works
  • use the EMC to create a public folder
  • use the EMC to mail-enable a public folder
  • use the EMC to configure message size and message delivery restrictions
  • create and configure public folders and public folder databases
  • recognize how retention policies and managed folders work in Exchange Server 2010 TO1
  • recognize how messages with no retention value are removed in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the EMC to schedule the Managed Folder Assistant
  • use the EMS to create managed content
  • use the EMS to create a managed folder
  • use the EMS to manage mailbox policies
  • create a folder mailbox policy
  • deploy Exchange Server 2010 messaging records management

Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Planning for Exchange Server

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1 is the latest release in Microsoft's e-mail and messaging software. The core functionality of Exchange Server remains the same; however, there have been key improvements in the areas of security and compliance, unified messaging, mobile communications, reliability, and recoverability. This course discusses the new features of Exchange Server 2010 and the hardware required to support an installation. Also discussed are the steps that should be followed when planning for a new installation, from the network infrastructure to the roles various servers will perform.
  • distinguish between Exchange 2010 editions
  • identify the main improvements in Exchange Server 2010
  • identify the Exchange 2010 system requirements
  • recognize the considerations for including the Active Directory forest level in the design
  • select the appropriate domain model for an organization
  • recognize the considerations for Active Directory Infrastructure Components
  • identify the functions of the Exchange Server 2010 server roles
  • recognize planning considerations for the Exchange Server 2010 server roles
  • ensure that system requirements are met for an Exchange Server 2010 installation, in a given scenario
  • recognize the Active Directory requirements for Exchange Server 2010, in a given scenario
  • recognize the Server Roles planning considerations in a given scenario

Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Installation and Configuration

Exchange Server 2010 SP1 provides new levels of reliability, flexibility, and ease of administration. This course demonstrates how to complete a typical installation of Exchange Server 2010 and how to install additional Exchange Server roles. Also discussed are the requirements and process for transitioning from previous versions of Exchange Server to Exchange Server 2010.
  • prepare for an Exchange Server 2010 installation
  • install the Windows Server 2008 R2 operating system prerequisites for Exchange Server 2010
  • install Exchange Server 2010
  • register the Exchange Server 2010 installation
  • recognize how to register Microsoft Filter Pack IFilters automatically
  • Install Exchange Server 2010, in a given scenario
  • finalize an Exchange Server 2010 installation
  • perform a custom installation of Exchange Server 2010
  • recognize the prerequisite steps for transitioning to Exchange Server 2010

Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Administrative Tools

The Exchange Management Console (EMC) and the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) are still the primary management tools for Exchange Server 2010 SP1. The Exchange Control Panel (ECP) is a new browser-based tool that allows administrators and end users to perform various management tasks depending on the Role Based Access Control permissions they have been assigned. This course provides an overview of the management tools and how they are used to administer Exchange Server 2010 mailboxes.
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console to create a filter
  • recognize the functions of the main nodes in the EMC
  • recognize new features of the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console
  • recognize features of the Exchange Server 2010 Control Panel
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Shell
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console and Shell
  • add a user to a role group
  • recognize how the Role Based Access Control permissions model works
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Shell to create a mailbox database
  • configure mailbox database properties
  • create and configure a mailbox database in Exchange Server 2010

Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Mailbox Server Administration

The primary focus of all editions of Exchange Server has been the messaging functionality it provides to users, and this remains the case with the release of Exchange Server 2010 SP1. This course discusses how to create user mailboxes as well as resource mailboxes. Also covered is the creation and management of distribution groups and address lists.
  • use the EMC to create a mailbox for an existing user
  • use the EMC to configure message size limits for a user mailbox
  • use the EMC to configure storage quotas for a mailbox
  • use the EMC to create a resource mailbox
  • use the EMC to assign a custom resource property to a resource mailbox
  • add a custom resource property to the resource schema
  • use the EMC to specify who can schedule a resource
  • use the EMC to add a delegate to a resource mailbox
  • create and manage user and resource mailboxes in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Control Panel to create a distribution group
  • use the EMC to create a dynamic distribution group
  • use the EMC to add a user to a distribution group
  • configure message delivery restrictions
  • configure message moderation
  • use the EMC to create an address list
  • create an address list using recipient filters
  • create a global address list
  • use the EMC to create an offline address book
  • configure distribution groups and address lists in Exchange Server 2010
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Configuring Part 1 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252638
  • Duration:
    7 hours
  • Price:
    $199