Designing and Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 (70-345)



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Designing and Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2016


About This Course

Designed to prepare you for Exam 70-345, the course would help you hone real-world expertise when it comes to troubleshooting, management, migration, compliance, deployment and planning for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016. Aimed at IT experts, who wish to drive their careers to the next level in the MCSE level, the course also focuses on improving your decision making and critical thinking abilities.


Who Should Attend this Course.

The course is a huge hit among senior server administrators and IT consultants.
It is best-suited for:

  • Server administrators
  • IT architects

Most important of all, the course is apt for the ones, who are keen to take up Exam 70-345, which includes senior administrators and IT consultants.


Why This Course

The course will help you spruce up your real-world proficiency in designing, planning, deploying, troubleshooting and migrating for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 thus, setting up you for Exam 70-345. And, as we know that Exam 70-345 is one of the key prerequisites for becoming successful system administrators, system engineers and IT architects in the Microsoft Exchange Server domain, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 70-345 acts as the stepping stone.

Did you know a Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 70-354 certified expert earns around $94,921 / annum (source: itcareerfinder.com)


Course Objectives
  • Plan, manage and deploy server infrastructure
  • Troubleshoot client access
  • Server administration
  • Archiving, compliance and security
  • Migration and hybrid
  • Transport services
  • Mailbox databases

Course Prerequisites

Prior exposure to basic networking, Exchange Server, Windows Server, DNS, Active Directory is suggested for this course.

  • Basic knowledge of Skype / Office 365 and Server integration is a bonus
  • Prior experience in managing Exchange Servers is a win-win situation

Course Benefits


Upon the completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Manage, plan and deploy mailbox databases
  • Troubleshoot client access
  • Troubleshoot transport services
  • Manage migration and hybrid scenarios
  • Manage, deploy and plan auditing, compliance and archiving
  • Manage, deploy and plan security, recipients and infrastructure
  • Manage and administer Exchange Server 2016

Curriculum


Plan, deploy, manage, and troubleshoot mailbox databases

Overview

The Microsoft Exchange 2016 will help Admins who are already familiar with Microsoft Exchange but need to plan, deploy, manage and troubleshoot different components of Microsoft Exchange 2016.

Plan Deploy and Manage Mailbox DBs

In this section, the concepts are examined for Mailbox Database planning in Exchange 2016. This tutorial will allow the participants to understand the use of the planning calculator, storage capacity, storage architecture considerations and planning uses such as auto reseed and basic virtualization requirements too.

HA Solutions for Mailbox DBs

This section will begin with planning, deploying and managing the high-availability solutions for mailbox databases. In this segment the need for setting up a File Share Witness (FSW) is covered. At the end we look at the need and configure it in Azure as well .

Site-Resilient Database Availability Group

In this section the concepts of site-resilient DAGs are covered. The tutorial describes the considerations of placing the FSW for a given scenario, the idea of cross-site DAGs, how to configure for the DAC—Dataceter Activation Coordination and the used of an alternate fileshare witness are covered.

Monitor and Troubleshoot Mailbox DBs

This section guides through the aspects troubleshooting mailbox DBs. It replicates health and looks at performance issues. Also the section demonstration how to troubleshoot the DB copy activation and failures.

Backup and Recover Mailbox DBs

This section examine the backup and recovery solutions for the mailbox databases. It mentions RTO and RPO requirements, lagged mailboxes, failures, public folders and the dial tone restore.

Plan, deploy, manage, and troubleshoot client access services

Client Access Services

This section explains Client Access services requirements and considerations. The tutorial explains name space considerations for CAS, the differences between proxying and redirection and how to deploy the certificates to the exchange components. The training also covers authentication components, offline Address Book, the Hierarchical Address List, Address Book Policies and configuration of those sevices.

Mobility and Load Balancing

This section covers the topics of mobility and loadbalancing. The section helps to understand how to configure OWA for devices, how to configure Allow Block Quarantine and configuring for Office Apps. At the end of the section issues related to configuring namespace load balancing and the topics of layer 4 and layer 7 load balancing methods are covered.

Troubleshoot Client Connectivity

This section explains troubleshooting some of the common items in Exchange such as Outlook Anywhere, Outlook MAPI over HTTP, Exchange Web Services and Outlook on the Web. The training module guides on the commands and utilities that will help to get to the bottom of your connectivity issues with Exchange 2016. Connectivity issues typically include troubleshooting pop and map, authentication, autodiscover, ActiveSync and redirection and proxy.

Site Resilient Client Access Services

This section explains troubleshooting some of the common items in Exchange such as Outlook Anywhere, Outlook MAPI over HTTP, Exchange Web Services and Outlook on the Web. The training module guides on the commands and utilities that will help to get to the bottom of your connectivity issues with Exchange 2016. Connectivity issues typically include troubleshooting pop and map, authentication, autodiscover, ActiveSync and redirection and proxy.

Plan, deploy, manage, and troubleshoot transport services

Plan Deploy and Manage Transport

This section starts with planning transport services and its implications. It also covers inter-site mail flow, inter-org mail flow and redundant intra-site scenarios. Further it covers the use of SafetyNet and Shadow Redundancy. At the end it explains planning for multiple services that must be considered for the transport services to be ready to go.

Troubleshoot and Monitor Transport Services

This section covers troubleshooting Exchange 2016 transport services. It covers exchange logs and emphasize using powershell to help format tranport logs for readability.This part of the training helps to identify issues for using a shared namespace and SMTP mail flow. It also covers Transport Architecture and its top issues.

Message Hygiene

This section examine common topics already covered previously with a focus on the transport services. It covers the use of the preference values for MX records for failover. This training also explains resubmission and rerouting queues that need managing and show their default settings and send/receive connectors for site resiliency and describe consideration for transport failover and switchover.

Site Resilient Transport Services

This section examine common topics already covered previously with a focus on the transport services. It covers the use of the preference values for MX records for failover. This training also explains resubmission and rerouting queues that need managing and show their default settings and send/receive connectors for site resiliency and describe consideration for transport failover and switchover.

Plan, deploy, and manage an Exchange infrastructure, recipients, and security

Active Directory DS for Exchange

This section covers preparing AD DS for exchange installation, planning for the number of DCs and GCS, DNS changes, extending the Active Directory Schema through powershell as well as preparing all the domains in the forest. It also covers site topology and how to configure a throttling policy to minimize the impact of big volume users of Exchange.

Mail Enabled Objects

This section begins with creating and configuring mail-enable_objects and demonstrate how to create an existing AD user’s mailbox as well as how to create the AD user and Mailbox with a single command. It also explains how to create resource and room mailboxes for scheduling and configure users and contacts.

Mail Enabled Object Permissions

This section examines mail-enabled object permission. It describe the difference between “Send As” and “Send-On_Behalf”, the effects of using mailbox folder permissions and mailbox permissions. At the end it shows setting up the room mailbox delegates to work and configuring auto-mapping and configures the public folder permissions.

Role Based Access Control (RBAC)

This section covers the RBAC used by Exchange 2016. It explains the use of built in groups and cmdlets and demonstrate how to configure custom-scoped groups and used unscoped roles too. It gives an overview for an delegated setup for exchange and what is involved and demonstrates some of the most common poweshell commands used in troubleshooting and describes the use of user assignment policies.

Plan a Security Strategy

This sections covers using Bitlocker and S/MIME as part of planning an exchange security strategy. It demonstrates enabling the Bitlocker Encryption and shows how we can verify its configuration. It also covers the performance issues and options that are available during its setup.

IRM with AD Rights Mgmt and Azure RMS

This section introduces the topic of Information Rights Management and the implementation using AD Rights Management and Azure RMS. It describes the difference between these two implementation and using RMS Templates as the basis for setting up Rights Management in the Exchange Admin Center. It demonstrates Transport Protection Rules and describes how to use this to protect our emails after it is sent outbound. It also explains Protection rules which protects messages before they arrive in the mailbox and decryption, eDiscovery, pre-licensing policies.

Plan, deploy, and manage compliance, archiving, eDiscovery, and auditing

Data Loss Prevention DLP

This section covers implementing the DLP according to a business need. It describes the concept and the use of templates as a starting point and how to implement them. It explains the ability to customize rules and set policies for the DLP and demonstrates how to create a blank template that has to be manually configured too.

Archiving and MRM

This section covers Exchange 2016 archiving and MRM. It shows how to configure, retention polices, create custom tag, and associate them together to be applied to users. It demonstrates how the policies are applied by the Managed Folder Assistant and how to remove and delete tags. It also covers the idea of using online archiving such as Office 365, mentioning the perquisites and considerations of archive policies.

Plan Configure and Perform eDiscovery

This section covers using eDiscovery. It emphasize the need of using the RBAC role for eDiscovery and configure a litigation hold on a mailbox to show how it can be used. It covers single mailbox and multiple-mailbox discovery.

Plan Configure and Manage Compliance

This section breaks down compliance tasks for Exchange 2016. It shows to configure MailTips and Message Classifications to help users with compliance. It explains the transport rules to limit the sending of messages and takes a look at configuring journaling for compliance. At the end it addresses and demonstrates how to enable auditing for the mailbox owner and the exchange administrator.

Implement and manage coexistence, hybrid scenarios, migration, and federation

Coexistence with Office 365

This section helps to get started with an hybrid coexistence with Exchange Online. It gives the prerequisites for making it work and then run through the Hybrid Configuration Wizard to help show the setup. It also emphasize the use of OAuth for authentication in hybrid deployments and the technologies dependent on it. It describes the certificate and firewall issues that may also cause issues with the hybrid deployment. At the end of the section it covers troubleshooting transport and client access issues with Exchange online and Directory Synchronization.

Exchange Federation

This section covers the Exchange Federation concepts. It describe the connecting to the Azure AD Authentication System and managing the sharing policies and organizational relationship. The sections explains the certificates and firewall ports and troubleshooting the Federation Trusts, Organizational Relationship and Cross-Forest Availability.

Coexistence with Earlier Exchange Versions

This section discusses some of the considerations when working in a environment with Exchange 2016 and earlier versions of Exchange. It take a look at planning for names spaces for coexistence, show the planning of proxy redirection, mail flow, mailbox migrations, transport services and client access.

Migrate from Earlier Exchange Versions

This section covers migration from earlier versions of Exchange to Exchange 2016. It describes and distinguishes different migration paths depending on the scenario and takes a look at migrating mailboxes, migrating to modern public folders. It explains the transitioning and decommissioning servers before final steps of getting rid of earlier Exchange servers and takes a look at troubleshooting the Mailbox Replication Services.

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Why Tech-Act for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 - 70-345

Being in the IT industry for more than two decades, we assure you for highly experienced trainers onboard. Further, the course is designed keeping in mind the Microsoft learning framework in mind covering all the essential skills required to become a pro in Exchange Server 2016. The curriculum covers critical what-if real world scenarios to challenge the learners. In-depth learning material by experts. Prepares for not only Exam 70-345, but also sets up you for enterprise grade Exchange Servers.

What are the top benefits of this course?

Gears you up for Exam 70-345 and trains you to demonstrate expertise in troubleshooting, managing, migrating, deploying and planning Exchange Server 2016. Aimed at IT experts to advance their career, the course also focuses on developing and honing your thinking and decision-making abilities to excel at MCSE level certifications.

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Yes, Tech-Act offers both online as well as traditional classroom learning options. We take great pride in serving the IT industry for more than two decades. We are quite aware with all the ins-and-outs of talent crunch encountered by the IT sector. We appoint the most qualified IT trainers for all our courses. Tech-Act is an authorized and recognized learning solutions partner for Project Management Institute, EC Council, CompTIA and various others. Last but not the least, Tech-Act is a Person Vue Authorized Test Center.

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