Exchange Server 2000 Implementing Design - EX21

This ATS training course provides the knowledge and skills to help you design and implement a messaging solution with Microsoft’s Exchange 2000 Server. Expert instructor Michael Storm takes you through the steps from analysis of requirements and resources to design and deployment. At the conclusion of this course you’ll understand how to plan and implement an Exchange 2000 messaging system and be prepared to pass exam #70-225

Course Outline

Module 1

Section A: Introduction Series Prerequisites Exchange 2000 Design Framework Design Process Case Study Introduction
Section B: Exchange 2000 & Active Directory Overview Active Directory Considerations Multiple Forest Design Forest Preparation Design Considerations Exchange 5.5 Compatibility Active Directory Connector Active Directory Storage Partitions Sizing Active Directory
Section C: Name Resolution DNS & UPNs User Principle Name Strategy DS Access DS Access Server Detection
Section D: Windows 2000 Groups Group Types Universal Groups Domain Local Groups Global Groups Groups and Exchange 2000
Section E: Naming & Admin Analysis Overview Organization Analysis Administration Analysis Administration Design Naming Design
Section F: Administrative Models Administrative Plan Centralized Model Distributed Model Hybrid Model Native vs. Mixed Mode Evaluate It Resources Impact of Mergers
Section G: Administration Design Administrative Groups Managing Servers Managing Public Stores Delegating Authority Granting Access to Objects Administrative Roles Deploy Admin. Topology
Section H: Admin. Model Analysis Analyze Current Admin. Design Admin. Model Design Considerations

Module 2

Section A: Routing Group Analysis Routing Groups Analyze Business Needs Site Design Analysis Design Consideration Site Replication Service
Section B: Routing Group Design Design Decisions Single Routing Groups Multiple Routing Groups Public Folder Referrals Naming Message Flow Hub-Spoke & Full-Mess Topology
Section C: Connecting Routing Groups Routing Group Connector SMTP Connector X.400 Connector Connector Cost Design Optimize Connectors
Section D: Routing & Connector Analysis Analyze Physical Requirements Analyze Network Requirements Routing Group Solutions Connection Solutions
Section E: Exchange 2000 Server Overview Mailbox & Public Folder Servers Mailbox Server Design Plan Storage Needs Fault Tolerance Planning
Section F: Server Roles Connector Servers Connector Server Hardware Front-end & Back-end Servers Front-end & Back-end Advantages POP3 & IMAP4 Front-end Server Outlook Web Access Server Client Access to Domain Controllers Global Catalog Servers Miscellaneous Services
Section G: Analyze Server Design Server Requirement Analysis Server Storage & Performance Analysis Server Design Specifications
Section H: Security Security Plan Design Security Risks Basic Security Solutions Security Design Concerns

Module 3

Section A: External Attacks Overview Virus Protection Protect Mailboxes Bridgehead Servers Port Protection Perimeter Networks & Firewalls
Section B: Security Strategies Overview Encryption & Authentication Certificate Services & KMS KMS Internet Mail Encryption Avoid Security Problems Kerberos & NTLM
Section C: Analyze Security Needs Analyze User Needs Connectivity Analysis Deployment Specification Encryption & Authentication
Section D: Designing Public Folders Strategy Functionality Hierarchy Design Default Tree General Purpose Trees Deployment Considerations
Section E: Public Folder Replication Overview Frequency Storage Space Replication Issue Permissions Permission Assignments Full Text Indexing Index Overhead
Section F: Analyze Public Folder Needs Case Study Needs Analysis
Section G: Exchange Clients Overview Exchange Global Settings Global Setting Collaboration Clients
Section H: Coexistence Connectivity Exchange 5.5 Lotus Systems Novell GroupWise MS Mail Issues
Section I: Exchange Migration Overview Active Directory Connector Connection Agreement
Section J: Disaster Recovery Backup Strategy Backup Utilities Backup Plan Type of Data Recovery Solutions

Price £475 (Bundle of 3)

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