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EXAM 70-285 Designing a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Organization
This multi-media instructor-centered CBT MCSE Exam 70-285 training program teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to effectively upgrade from prior versions of Exchange Server 2003 and work with this technology within an enterprise network. This course was developed for senior IT specialists with multiple years of network experience, in addition to a year of experience designing infrastructure for messaging systems.
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1.2 Integrating Into Forests
1.4 Active Directory
1.5 Designing an Administrative Model
1.6 Security and Distribution Groups
1.7 Designing Administrative Groups
1.8 Defining an Administrative Model
1.9 Labs- Active Directory Groups
Lab - FSMO
2.2 Planning a Single Routing Group
2.3 Multiple Routing Groups
2.4 Public Folders
2.5 Types of Connectors
2.6 Routing Group Connectors
2.7 Connector Costs
2.8 Routing Group Fault Tolerance
2.9 Server Roles and Placement
2.10 DNS and WINS
2.11 IIS and Other Services
2.12 Server Tools Needed
2.13 Server Placement
2.15 Lab - Groups
Lab - Routing Group and SMTP
1.2 Organizing Public Folders
1.3 Client Connectivity
1.4 Planning Administrative Requirements
1.5 User Permissions
1.6 Analyzing Replication Requirements
1.7 Hardware Requirements
1.9 Lab Public Folders
Lab - Public Folder Stores
2.2 Best Practices
2.4 Perimeter Security
2.5 Protecting against Viruses
2.6 Protecting Mailbox Content
2.7 Bridgehead Servers and Routing Groups
2.8 Reducing Port Exposure
2.9 Intranet Security
2.10 Information Rights Management
2.11 Protecting Public Folders
2.12 Monitoring Exchange Server
2.13 Protecting Intellectual Property
Lab - Managing Permissions
1.2 Redundant Hardware
1.3 Redundant Network Infrastructure
1.4 Routing Topology
1.5 Monitoring Capabilities
1.6 Disaster Recovery Plan
1.7 Active Directory
1.8 Defining Fault Tolerance
1.9 Front End Server
1.10 Back End Cluster Service
1.11 File Systems
1.12 Sever Clustering
1.13 Data Storage Solutions
1.2 Messaging Connector Strategy
1.3 Global Address List
1.4 Designing GAL Synchronization
1.5 Security Considerations
1.6 Forest Configuration Requirements
1.7 Planning a Public Folder Strategy
2.2 Updated Active Directory
2.3 Deploying Active Directory
2.4 Migration Strategy
2.5 Populating Active Directory
2.6 Best Practices
2.7 Old Connectors
2.8 Public Folder Migration
2.9 Mixed Mode VS Native MOOD
Lab - Mixed Mode to Native Mode