Exchange 2013 Administration
The course will allow the delegate to install, maintain, and manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. The course covers all main features including mailbox management, mail delivery, availability, security and compliance.
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This course will teach delegates how to get the best from Exchange 2013 and enhance their ability to administer their own messaging infrastructures.
This course is designed for those new to Exchange 2013 who need to become proficient in the administration of their messaging system.
- Deploy and manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
- Create and manage various recipient objects in Exchange Server 2013
- Configure client connectivity to Exchange Server 2013 Client Access server
- Configure message transport
- Implement high availability
- Implement disaster recovery for Exchange Server 2013
- Configure message security options
- Configure administrative security and administrative auditing
- Monitor Exchange Server 2013
Exchange 2013 administration is an involved and skilled task that is essential to the communication needed in any successful organization. Trained administrators can ensure the successful deployment, smooth running and high availability of this comprehensive messaging and collaboration product. Don't let your administration team waste time finding out the hard way.
You will gain essential knowledge and understanding of the concepts of the new Exchange architecture. You will receive hands on skills and experience administering the system that will give you confidence and save time in the workplace.
- 2013 Pre-Requisites
- Active Directory overview
- 2013 Roles
- Installing 2013
- License requirements for Exchange
- Operating system – will this be server 2012?
- Hosted on Cloud Office 365
- Exchange Admin Centre
- Exchange Management Shell
- 2013 Recipient Types
- Configuring Mailboxes
- Configuring Other Recipient Objects including groups, contacts, mail users,
room / resource mailboxes and delegates
- What are Team Mail boxes, Linked mailboxes?
- Moving, deleting and disabling mailboxes
- Configuring Distribution Groups
- Configuring Outlook accounts
- Searching with Outlook
- PST and OST files, Archive
- Rules and Delegation
- Troubleshooting connectivity
- What is Office Web App?
- Mailbox Server Role Functionality
- Configuring Mailbox Servers
- Configure Mailbox databases (including indexing)
- Address lists
- Client Access Server Role Functionality
- Configuring Client Access Servers
- Configuring Outlook Web App and Mobile Access
- Exchange Control Panel – does this exist for end users?
Allow block quarantine?
- POP and IMAP
- Overview of Transport Delivery
- Creating Connectors
- Delivering and receiving SMTP Internet mail
- E-mail Address Policies
- Configuration of Transport Rules
- Transport Dumpster
- Data Loss Prevention
- Retention Policies
- E-Discovery and Hold
- Database Availability Groups witness placement and resilience
- Client Access Server High Availability and Windows NLB
- Exchange Backup and Restore including
- Mailbox permissions (Full access, Send as)
- Admin Roles and User Roles
- Split Permissions
- Monitoring Exchange
- Maintaining Exchange
- What is an Edge Server?
- Installing an Edge Server and Configuring Connectors
- Managing Hygiene on the Edge Server
- What are Modern Public Folders?
- Creating Public Folders
- Securing Public Folders
- Configuring public Folder Settings
Delegates should have some server 2008 or 2012 experience; a working knowledge of Active Directory is also expected. No prior Exchange version experience is necessary, though any is advantageous