Install & Manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

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Course Number: 5047

Learn how to configure and manage a messaging environment


The purpose of this 3-day course is to teach IT professionals new to Exchange to configure and manage a messaging environment in accordance with technical requirements. Participants will learn how to install Exchange and manage routing, client access, and the backup and restore of databases. They will also learn how to manage addressing and recipient objects such as mailboxes, distribution groups, and contacts. Students coming into the course are expected to have experience working in the IT fieldtypically in the areas of network administration, help desk, or system administration. They are not expected to have experience with previous versions of Exchange.


This course requires that participants have experience using the following tools and applications: Working knowledge of Windows server operating system (how storage is configured, basic backup and restore techniques, and what a client/server application interaction means); Working knowledge of network technologies (what TCP/IP and DNS do and how to use them, basic routing concepts (e.g., WAN vs. LAN, router vs. switch vs. hub); Working knowledge of Active Directory (how user objects are managed, what is stored in Active Directory partitions, basic architectures (e.g., domain, forest, sites), and how domain controllers are managed. Also, site and site connector configuration, schema and configuration partitions, and Global Catalogs); Conceptual understanding of e-mail technologies (SMTP is a protocol used for e-mail and the differences between transport protocols and client access protocols, e.g., POP, IMAP, SMTP).

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