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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Design and Implementation Tutorial


Now, more than ever, business requires cost-effective and flexible communication tools. With Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 you can achieve new levels of reliability and performance with features that simplify your administration, help protect your communications, and delight your users by meeting their demands for greater mobility. Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is a flexible and reliable messaging platform that can help you lower your messaging costs by 50-80%, increase productivity with anywhere access to business communications and safeguard your business with protection and compliance capabilities that help you manage risk. In this course, Microsoft Certified Trainer Mark Long covers the design issues you need to be aware of as you prepare to implement Exchange 2010 into your organization. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.

Introduction

Welcome
Course Overview
What's New?
Exchange 2010 Design Goals
What's Almost Gone?
What's Gone?
Exchange History pt. 1
Exchange History pt. 2

Exchange Basic Requirements

Processor Requirements
Memory Requirements
Disk Space Requirements
Exchange User Profiles
Understanding Your Exchange Environment

Exchange & Active Directory

Active Directory Overview
Active Directory & Exchange
Exchange & Sites
Active Directory Design Requirements
Active Directory Schema Changes
Preparing Active Directory
Functional Levels
Forest Functional Levels
Domain Functional Levels

Exchange Configuration

Exchange Server Roles
Mailbox Server Role
Mailbox Server Design Factors pt. 1
Mailbox Server Design Factors pt. 2
Mailbox Database Capacity Planning pt. 1
Mailbox Database Capacity Planning pt. 2
Mailbox Database Transaction Logs
Client Access Server Role pt. 1
Client Access Server Role pt. 2
Hub Transport Server Role
Hub Transport Responsibilities
Edge Transport Server Role
Exchange Server Configurations pt. 1
Exchange Server Configurations pt. 2
Exchange Server Placement
Controlling Client Access Methods
Database Availability Groups

Exchange Installation

Exchange 2010 Editions & Licensing
Exchange OS Requirements
Installing Exchange 2010 pt. 1
Installing Exchange 2010 pt. 2
Installing Exchange 2010 pt. 3
Exchange Management Console First Look
Outlook Web Application First Look

Exchange Virtualization

Virtualization Overview
Virtualized Exchange
Virtualization Pros and Cons pt. 1
Virtualization Pros and Cons pt. 2
Virtualization Requirements

Course Wrap-Up

Course Wrap-Up

Credits

About the Author


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