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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: Message Transport $74.95
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Transport Rules, Message Compliance and Security $74.95
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Client Access $74.95
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: High Availability $74.95
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Backup and Recovery $74.95
Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Monitoring Mail Flow and Performance $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Message Transport

The SMTP protocol is the primary protocol used to relay e-mail messages between servers on the Internet. Since most e-mail systems are connected to the Internet, it is important to understand how SMTP is configured in Exchange Server 2010. This course discusses the implementation of send and receive SMTP connectors on Hub Transport servers and Edge Transport servers. Also covered in this course are Transport Server management tasks such as configuring accepted, authoritative and remote Domains as well as modifying transport properties.
  • recognize how SMTP connectors work with Exchange Server 2010
  • import the Edge Subscription file to an Active Directory site with Exchange Server 2010
  • identify the EdgeSync commands for Exchange Server 2010
  • manually create a send connector for a Hub Transport server in Exchange Server 2010
  • create a new receive connector for an Edge Transport server in Exchange Server 2010
  • create a send connector for internal usage for an Edge Transport server in Exchange Server 2010
  • change the maximum message size and maximum number of recipients per message for a receive connector in Exchange Server 2010
  • configure EdgeSync in Exchange Server 2010
  • configure general global Hub Transport settings in Exchange Server 2010
  • differentiate between Hub Transport server properties you can configure at a local and global level in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console to create an accepted domain
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console to create a remote domain
  • recognize how to configure the Edge Transport server using a cloned configuration in Exchange Server 2010
  • configure general global Hub Transport settings
  • create an accepted domain and a remote domain

Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Transport Rules, Message Compliance and Security

As e-mail is now the most popular form of business communications, messages that contain sensitive information need to be protected. Information Rights Management (IRM) can provide protection for messages both online and offline. Messages can be protected manually by users of Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Web App. And automatic protection of messages can be configured with Transport Protection rules. Also explored in this course is the implementation of message classifications, message journaling, content filtering, and connection filtering.
  • use the EMC to create a transport rule
  • differentiate between the Transport Rules agent and Edge Rules agent
  • recognize situations in which IRM can protect content
  • recognize how AD RMS rights policy templates work
  • enable or disable the RMS Prelicensing agent in Exchange Server 2010
  • create an Outlook protection rule in Exchange Server 2010
  • implement Exchange Server 2010 transport rules
  • identify the parameters required to create a new message classification
  • sequence the steps to deploy message classifications for Outlook 2007
  • recognize the e-mail encryption features of Exchange Server 2010
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console to create a journal rule
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console to configure a database for mailbox journaling
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console to configure an IP Block list
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console to block senders
  • recognize how to configure content filtering in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the Exchange Server 2010 Management Console to configure the allowed list
  • recognize how to filter content through attachments and sender reputation
  • configure Exchange Server 2010 message security and compliance

Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Client Access

As e-mail is now one of the most common forms of business communication, it is necessary for many people to access their e-mail whether they are at the office, home or traveling abroad. Traditionally, people could only access e-mail remotely through a simplified web interface or by configuring a VPN to their corporate network. Discussed in this course are technologies such as Outlook Web Access and Outlook Anywhere that provide access to e-mail through a web browser and Exchange ActiveSync that enables users to synchronize a mobile device with an Exchange server.
  • recognize features of the CAS client types and services
  • enable POP3 and IMAP4 in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the EMC to enable POP3 access for a user
  • use the EMC to apply an ActiveSync mailbox policy to a mailbox
  • use the EMC to create an ActiveSync mailbox policy
  • use the EMC to perform an ActiveSync remote wipe
  • create and apply an ActiveSync mailbox policy
  • use the EMC to enable Outlook Anywhere
  • recognize how Outlook Anywhere works in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the EMC to configure WebReady Document Viewing for an OWA virtual directory
  • recognize how to manage file and data access in OWA
  • use the EMC to create an OWA mailbox policy
  • enable Outlook Anywhere
  • configure WebReady Document Viewing for an OWA virtual directory
  • create an OWA mailbox policy
  • differentiate between organization relationships and sharing policies

Exchange Server 2010 SP1: High Availability

With e-mail becoming one of the most popular choices for business communications, it is now more important than ever for e-mail to always be accessible to users. Exchange Server 2010 SP1 includes Database Availability Groups (DAG), which ensures e-mail will always be available to users; DAG replaces Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) and Standby Continuous Replication (SCR). Also discussed is high-availability options for non-mailbox server roles as well as public folders.
  • use the EMC to add member mailbox servers to a Database Availability Group
  • identify the features of Database Availability Groups in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the EMC to create a Database Availability Group
  • create and populate a Database Availability Group
  • identify the end-to-end availability features in Exchange Server 2010
  • describe the new and improved availability features in Exchange Server 2010 SP1
  • use the EMC to configure public folder replication
  • configure public folder replication

Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Backup and Recovery

Whether from a malicious user, a computer virus, or any unfortunate event, there will most likely come a time when your Microsoft Exchange Server will become damaged or experience a loss of data. Through careful planning, the severity of these types of events can be greatly minimized. This course discusses how to plan and implement a disaster recovery strategy for an organization and recover Exchange Server 2010 SP1 data that may be compromised or lost.
  • identify the considerations for establishing an SLA for various Exchange Server roles
  • identify best practices for supporting backups with documentation
  • recognize what should be backed up for each type of server in Exchange Server 2010
  • recognize when to back up Database Availability Groups, Windows services, and system state data
  • recognize how to respond to various disaster recovery situations in Exchange Server 2010
  • use Windows Server Backup to recover Exchange Server 2010 application data
  • restore from a backup and overwrite the existing database
  • recognize key concepts about recovering from database corruption
  • recover Exchange Server 2010 data

Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Monitoring Mail Flow and Performance

To ensure that the Exchange Server 2010 environment runs smoothly, it is necessary to monitor system activity and the performance of your Exchange servers. Monitoring allows you to obtain data that can assist in tuning the performance of the Exchange environment as well as assist in troubleshooting. This course discusses how to monitor, audit, and log the performance of Exchange Server 2010.
  • recognize the purpose of the EMC Toolbox tools
  • use the EMC to connect to a remote Hub Transport server
  • use the EMC to enable logging for a Hub Transport send connector
  • change the SMTP protocol log directory and file sizes
  • configure message tracking log directory and file sizes
  • recognize how to use monitoring to deal with performance degradation in Exchange Server 2010
  • configure logging for Exchange Server 2010
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1: Configuring Part 2 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252639
  • Duration:
    8 hours
  • Price:
    $219