- Duration: 1 Day
This provides a description of the most important design priorities for Exchange 2010, additional details on the enhancements that the users and administrators will experience.
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for IT Professional messaging administrators and messaging engineers who serve as technical decision makers to evaluate new software, assess new software capabilities that: - Enable new business solutions - Improve IT services - Improve IT operations - These IT technical decision makers have at least 3 years experience working with Exchange Server and are familiar with Exchange Server 2003 or Exchange Server 2007 administration, basic Exchange design concepts, and the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer.
At Clinic Completion
After completing this clinic, students will be able to:
- Describe the design priorities for Exchange Server 2010.
- Configure the new client access features.
- Configure the new messaging policy and compliance features.
- Describe the new Unified Messaging features.
- Describe the new Federated Sharing features.
- Configure the new message transport features.
- Configure the new mailbox server features.
- Configure high availability in Exchange Server 2010.
- Administer Exchange Server 2010 by using the new administration tools and permission assignments.
- Describe the upgrade path from Exchange Server 2003 or Exchange Server 2007 to Exchange Server 2010.
Lesson 1: Exchange Server 2010: Enhancing the User Experience
- Design Priorities for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
- Client Access Features
- Message Policy and Compliance Features
- Unified Messaging Features
- Federated Sharing Features
Lesson 2: Exchange Server 2010: Enhancing the Exchange Administrator Experience
- Message Transport Features
- Mailbox Server Features
- Database Availability and Site Resilience
- Administration and Management Tools
- Transitioning from Previous Versions of Exchange Server