Train Signal Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Design And Deployment Training-HELL

Train Signal Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Design And Deployment Training-HELL
English | Release Date: 27 Sep 2010 | 1DVD | ISO | 2.48GB | 5% Recovery
Our Comprehensive Exchange Server 2010 Training Teaches You How to Design and Deploy Exchange 2010 Infrastructure, Security for Your Exchange Organization, Exchange 2010 Availability and Recovery, Message Compliance, System Monitoring, Reporting, and Much More! Plus, get Complete 70-663 Exam Coverage!

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Video 1 - Getting Started with Exchange 2010 Design and Deployment Training
In this video you will meet your instructor and gain an inside view on his passion for Exchange and his experience in working with it for over a decade. In addition, you will begin your shift in thinking from that of an Exchange Administrator to that of an Exchange Design and Deployment expert.
* About Your Instruct * The Course Building Blocks
* Questions Before Getting Started
* Additional Resources

Video 2 - The Course Scenario
This video begins with an explanation of the value of scenario-based training, which is a key to all Train Signal video series. We then begin to lay out our scenario for this course which has us working as Exchange design consultants with several interesting and unique clients. The purpose of the scenario is to help you to apply your Exchange 2010 design knowledge in the “real world?
* The Value of Scenario-Based Training
* Our Scenario: An Exchange Design Consulting Firm
* Our Client Base
* Our Methodology and Way of Operating

Video 3 - Lab Setup
In this video you will learn about the hardware and software you will need to have in your environment to enable you to better follow along with the course. Also, you will learn how to use physical or virtual machines to build out a lab similar to the lab used in the course or a "shoe-string budget lab" that will allow you to work through the course scenarios without "breaking the bank".
* Ways to Set Up Your Lab
* The Ultimate Lab Setup
* Inner Details of Setup
* Configuring Servers
* The Shoe-String Budget Lab

Video 4 - Analyzing Deployment Needs
In this video we will review a cornucopia of different design considerations and boil those down into ‘needs?of our clients. We will review server roles, email address policies, accepted domains (authoritative, internal and external) and remote domains. Then we will begin looking at both the logical and physical aspects of Active Directory for pre-deployment considerations. We will create a list of questions for our clients and review their responses to those questions before offering our initial design plan.
* A Review of Server Roles
* Email Address Policies
* Accepted Domains
* Remote Domains
* Active Directory
* Network and Directory Server Requirements
* Questions to Determining Client Needs
* A Review of Client Responses
* An Initial Design Plan

Video 5 - Mailbox and Client Access Server Design Concerns
In this video we will consider the important design considerations for our Mailbox and Client Access Server roles. The mailbox role is all about storage (performance, size, type) whereas the Client Access Server (CAS) role is all about options and what the client needs to deploy. We will review the different hardware requirements for your Exchange servers, processor core ratios, disk and capacity planning and CAS role features. We will create a list of questions for our clients and review their responses to those questions before offering our hardware recommendations.
* Hardware Requirements (Overall, Processor and Memory)
* Disk and Capacity Planning
* Mailbox Storage Design Process and Testing
* Storage Architecture
* The CAS Role and Features
* Questions to Determine Client Needs
* A Review of Client Responses
* Design Solutions
* CAS Solutions Including (OWA, ActiveSync, Outlook Anywhere, IMAP/POP)

Video 6 - Transitioning and Coexistence Strategies
In this video we discuss the upgrade terminology and necessary requirements for transitioning to Exchange 2010. The transition process occurs in stages and during that process, from the moment your first Exchange 2010 server is installed, your organization is in a state of coexistence. We will review the necessary steps to prepare your environment for that first server. Then we will discuss what is needed to move beyond coexistence into a pure Exchange 2010 environment.
* Upgrade Terminology

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