Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 (70-341)



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Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 (70-341)


About This Course

The Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 course will train professionals to secure, administer, deploy, support and plan Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. The course will also train you to develop Exchange Server 2013 as well as instill the required knowledge and expertise to troubleshoot, maintain and monitor Microsoft Exchange Server 2013.

Most importantly, the course trains you to develop a robust base for optimizing performance and countering security threats using industry best guidelines and practices.

The course is aimed at professionals who plan to become enterprise grade messaging admins. It is also apt for IT help desk experts and generalists, who wish to learn about Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. Microsoft recommends you to have a least of two years prior experience in the IT domain typically in areas such as system administration, help desk or network administration. No need of prior experience in previous Microsoft Exchange Server versions.


Who Should Attend This Course

The course is ideal for IT professionals who wish to become enterprise-messaging administrators. It is also apt for IT help desk experts and generalists, who wish to learn about Microsoft Exchange Server 2013.


Why This Course

Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 coursework is designed to instill an in-depth understanding and expertise required to plan, deploy, manage, secure, support and troubleshoot problems for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. It helps you stand out from the crowd by providing a strong base to help you optimize MS Exchange Server 2013 performance and tackle security threats using industry best practices.

One of the prominent benefits to why you should take up this course is that it is a Microsoft certification and Microsoft certified professionals are in great demand across the world.

Helps you achieve the following:

  • Deploying MS Exchange Server 2013
  • Managing Exchange Server 2013
  • Configuring and creating mailbox database
  • Configuring storage on mailbox servers
  • Implementing and planning public folder mailboxes
  • Outlook configuration
  • Configuring ActiveSync for Exchange Server 2013
  • Configuration of anti-spam on Exchange Server 2013
  • Monitoring server
  • Troubleshoot database availability
  • Configuring antimalware
  • Configuring client access servers

Course Objectives

The course enables you to:

  • Plan as well as configure mailbox servers
  • Understand MS Exchange Server 2013 deployments, requirements, etc.
  • Manage recipient objects
  • Manage and implement client access server roles
  • Configure outlook
  • Secure internet access for client servers
  • Understand and implement high availability
  • Back and recovery
  • Anti-spam, anti-virus and message security
  • Configure role based access control
  • Troubleshoot, maintain and monitor MS Exchange Server 2013.

Course Prerequisites
  • Minimum two years of prior experience in Windows Server administration
  • Minimum two years of prior experience with Active Directory Domain Services and DNS
  • Experience of PKI certificates

Microsoft recommends you to have a least of two years prior experience in the IT domain typically in areas such as system administration, help desk or network administration.


Course Benefits


After completing the course, you will learn the following:

  • Deploying MS Exchange Server 2013
  • Managing Exchange Server 2013
  • Configuring and creating mailbox database
  • Configuring storage on mailbox servers
  • Implementing and planning public folder mailboxes
  • Outlook configuration
  • Configuring ActiveSync for Exchange Server 2013
  • Configuration of anti-spam on Exchange Server 2013
  • Monitoring server
  • Troubleshoot database availability
  • Configuring antimalware
  • Configuring client access servers

Curriculum


Installing Exchange 2013

Overview

This section gives the information on Microsoft Exchange 2013. It covers deploying and supporting various services provided in Exchange.

Introduction to Exchange 2013

This section introduces Microsoft Exchange 2013. It discusses the differences between the Standard and Enterprise editions of Exchange and explains how Exchange licensing is handled.

Exchange Server Roles

This section discusses the server roles available in Exchange 2013. It explains the roles found in Exchange 2010 and the mail flow in Exchange 2013 along with how each role interacts.

Preparing the Active Directory

This section discusses the steps necessary to prepare Active Directory prior to installing Exchange 2013. It demonstrates some of the different administrative roles that need to be involved in getting prepared for an Exchange deployment.

Installing Exchange Server 2013

This section demonstrates installing Exchange 2013 on a Windows Server 2012 R2 system. It discusses the prerequisites, Mailbox and Client Access server installation.

Mailbox Server

Mailbox Databases

This section introduces Exchange 2013 mailbox database. It discusses the files that makeup a mailbox database and demonstrates how to create own databases.

Public Folders

This section introduces Exchange 2013 public folder functionality. It discusses how to create and configure public folders. It demonstrates how to set permissions and load data into a public folder.

Address Books

This section demonstrates how Microsoft Exchange assembles a Global Address List. It shows how to create custom address lists suitable for creating filtered address books for the end users. It also covers offline address book process.

Recipients

This section demonstrates the various recipient types found in Exchange. It explains creating standard user mailboxes, specialized recipients mailboxes and shared mailboxes.

Distribution Groups

This section describes the various types of distribution groups found in Exchange 2013. It demonstrates how to create and manage the groups.

Mailbox Delegation

This section demonstrates the various methods for users to delegate access to their Exchange email. It covers Send As, Send on Behalf of, and Full Access delegations as well as which should be used in what scenarios.

Email Address Policies

This section demonstrates how to configured “accepted domains” in Exchange 2013. It also covers how to configure Address Policies for new and existing user accounts.

Client Access Server

Client Connectivity

This section explains the various methods that a client can use to connect to Exchange 2013. It demonstrates MAPI, Outlook Anywhere, ActiveSync, POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP.

Autodiscover

This section explains the Autodiscover service in Exchange 2013. It demonstrates how Microsoft Outlook clients can automatically configure themselves to access an Exchange server. It also covers the steps needed to support clients outside local network.

Mobile Access

This section discusses bring your own device (BYOD) clients. It demonstrates the mobile device management features found in Exchange 2013. It also covers mobile security policy to an Android device.

Network Load Balancing

This section demonstrates how to configure high availability for Client Access Servers in Exchange 2013. It explains the process of installing and configuring the Network Load Balancing feature found in Windows 2012.

Mail Flow

Send/Receive Connectors

This section explains the default send and receive connectors present in Exchange 2013. It demonstrates how to create custom connectors, and some of the various scenarios where that would be necessary.

Transport Rules

This section explains Transport Rules function in Exchange 2013. It demonstrates how to configure Transport Rules to achieve common scenarios like appending a legal disclaimer to all emails.

Message Queues

This section explores the message queues maintained by the Hub Transport Service found on Exchange Mailbox servers. It demonstrates how the queues work as well as troubleshooting and monitoring techniques.

Edge Transport Server

Installing Edge Servers

This section explains Microsoft Exchange Edge Transport Servers and their purpose. It explains the prerequisites, installation process and connection to the server process.

Configuring Rules

This section covers available transport agents on an Edge Transport server. It demonstrates several scenarios where transport rules can be applied to improve email security and how to replicate the rules between Edge servers.

Monitoring and Maintenance

Monitoring and Maintenance

This section discusses different methods available for monitoring replication health in Exchange 2013. It demonstrates how to use the PowerShell to query Database, copy status and Database Availability Group.

Backup and Restore

Database Availability Groups

This section Don demonstrates how to configure Database Availability Groups in Exchange 2013. It discusses the prerequisites and the setup process. It also covers how to configure multiple database copies.

Mailbox Database Restore

This section demonstrates how to backup and restore an Exchange mailbox database. It explains various backup strategies as well as some third party software that may be more appropriate in some situations.

Dial Tone Restore

This section demonstrates creating a Dial Tone database in Exchange. This is the quickest way to get a failed Mailbox Server online after a failure, but requires proper planning and execution.

Public Folder Restore

This section explains how to restore a Public Folder environment in Exchange 2013. It describes how to restore the entire Public Folder mailbox, as well as how to restore individual folders.

Single Mailbox Recovery

This section demonstrates how to use Microsoft Exchange Recovery Databases to restore a single user’s mailbox.

Schedule & Fees


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Why Tech-Act for Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013?

  • Learning friendly coursework
  • Round the clock support and assistance

Tech-Act is one of the leading names in the IT domain. Trainers at Tech-Act are certified and experienced coming from the best universities. Moreover, the course is designed keeping in mind a learning framework. It covers all that you need to become a pro in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 domain. Most important of all, you get to choose the pace of training.

Tech-Act is a recognized learning partner for CompTIA, EC Council and Pearson Vue with both online as well as traditional learning.

What are the key benefits of Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 course?

Professionals learn the following:

  • Deploying MS Exchange Server 2013
  • Managing Exchange Server 2013
  • Configuring and creating mailbox database
  • Configuring storage on mailbox servers
  • Implementing and planning public folder mailboxes
  • Outlook configuration
  • Configuring ActiveSync for Exchange Server 2013
  • Configuration of anti-spam on Exchange Server 2013
  • Monitoring server
  • Troubleshoot database availability
  • Configuring antimalware
  • Configuring client access servers

Do you have certified trainers onboard?

Yes, our trainers are industry recognized and certified ensuring you with the best learning experience ever. They use a fine mix of quizzes, videos and tools for each course.

What is the eligibility criteria to enroll for Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013?

  • Minimum two years of prior experience in Windows Server administration
  • Minimum two years of prior experience with Active Directory Domain Services and DNS
  • Experience of PKI certificates

Microsoft recommends you to have a least of two years prior experience in the IT domain typically in areas such as system administration, help desk or network administration.

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