MOC 20342B: Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

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MOC 20342B: Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

Course Overview

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to utilize advanced solutions in

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013.

Course Introduction 5m Course Introduction

Module 01 - Designing and Implementing Site Resilience 1h 26m Lesson 1: Site Resilience and High Availability in Exchange Server 2013

Components of High Availability

High Availability in Exchange Server 2013

Improvements to High Availability in Exchange Server 2013 What Are DAGs?

Understanding Transport High Availability What Is Site Resilience?

Discussion: Deploying a Site Resilient Configuration Site Resilience in Exchange Server 2013

Lesson 2: Planning a Site Resilient Implementation Planning Exchange Server 2013 Site Resiliency Planning Client Access for Site Resiliency Planning Mailbox Database Site Resilience What Is a DAG Quorum?

Planning DAG Configuration Planning Database Copies

Planning for Message Transport Site Resilience Planning Site Resiliency for Other Services Lesson 3: Implementing Site Resilience Configuring Site Resilient Client Connectivity Configuring Database Site Resilience

Site Failure Switchover Process Demo - Implementing Site Resilience Module 01 Review

Module 02 - Planning Virtualization for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 46m Lesson 1: Planning a Hyper-V Deployment to Exchange Server 2013

What Is Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012?

Hyper-V Features in Windows Server 2012 Hardware Requirements for Hyper-V Hardware Best Practices for Hyper-V Planning Hyper-V Storage

High Availability and Site Resilience in Hyper-V Identifying Virtualization Candidates

Discussion: Determining Virtualization Requirements in Your Organization

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Using Microsoft System Center 2012 to Manage Virtual Environments Lesson 2: Virtualizing Exchange Server 2013 Server Roles

Hypervisor Requirements for Virtualizing Exchange Server Virtual Machine Requirements for Exchange Server Designing a Virtualized Mailbox Server Deployment High Availability Considerations

Designing a Virtualized Client Access Deployment Discussion: Using Virtualization for Exchange Server 2013 Demo - Creating Virtualized Exchange Servers in Hyper-V Module 02 Review

Module 03 - Overview of Exchange Server 2013 Unified Messaging 56m Lesson 1: Overview of Telephony Technologies

What Is Unified Messaging?

What Is a PBX?

Telephony Terminology

Discussion: Describing Your Telephony Infrastructure Circuit-Switched and Packet-Switched Networks What Is VoIP?

What Is a VoIP Gateway?

Lesson 2: Unified Messaging in Exchange Server 2013 Unified Messaging Features

Unified Messaging Features in Exchange 2013 Call Answering Rules

Demo - Configuring Client Options for Unified Messaging Lesson 3: Unified Messaging Components

Microsoft Unified Messaging Call Router Service Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging Service Overview of Unified Messaging Communications Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging Ports

Configuring the Integration Between Unified Messaging and Telephone System Unified Messaging Mailbox Policies

Unified Messaging Clients

Unified Messaging Auto Attendants Module 03 Review

Module 04 - Designing and Implementing Exchange Server 2013 Unified Messaging 1h 27m Lesson 1: Designing a Unified Messaging Deployment

Business Requirements for Unified Messaging

Collecting Information for a Unified Messaging Design Designing Infrastructure Requirements for Unified Messaging Design Considerations for VoIP Gateways

Designing for Server Scalability

Designing Highly Available Deployments Designing for Office 365 Unified Messaging Designing for Unified Messaging Security Consideration of Codecs and File Formats

Discussion: Designing a Unified Messaging Deployment

Lesson 2: Deploying and Configuring Unified Messaging Components Overview of the Unified Messaging Deployment Process

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Configure a UM IP Gateway Object Configuring UM Dial Plan Objects

Demo - Configuring UM Dial Plans and UM IP Gateways Configuring Hunt-Group Objects

Configuring UM Mailbox Policies

Demo - Configuring Mailbox Policy Objects, and Enabling Mailboxes for Unified Messaging Implementing UM Auto Attendants

Demo - Configuring UM Auto Attendants Configuring Protected Voice Mail

Lesson 3: Designing and Implementing Exchange Server 2013 UM Integration with Lync Server 2013 What Is Lync Server 2013?

Demo - Exploring Lync 2013 Features

Enterprise Voice Components in Lync Server 2013

Enterprise Voice Options for Connecting Lync Servers to the PSTN Overview of an Exchange Server 2013 and Lync Server 2013 Integration Implementing Exchange Server UM Integration with Lync Server Module 04 Review

Module 05 - Designing and Implementing Message Transport Security 1h 40m Lesson 1: Overview of Messaging Policy and Compliance Requirements

Identifying Legal and Corporate Compliance Requirements Options for Enforcing Messaging Policy and Compliance Lesson 2: Designing and Implementing Transport Compliance Options for Implementing Transport Compliance

Understanding Transport Rules Planning Transport Rules

Demo - Configuring Transport Rules Understanding Message Classification Planning Message Classification Understanding Message Moderation Understanding Message Journaling

Demo - Configuring Message Moderation and Journaling

Lesson 3: Designing and Implementing AD RMS Integration with Exchange Server 2013 What Is AD RMS?

Understanding AD RMS

Options for Integrating IRM Features in AD RMS with Exchange Server 2013 Planning AD RMS Integration

Demo - Configuring Transport Protection Rules Demo - Configuring Outlook Protection Rules Configuring Transport and Journal Report Decryption Implementing and Managing AD RMS Integration Planning AD RMS Integration for External Users Module 05 Review

Module 06 - Designing and Implementing Message Retention 1h 7m

Lesson 1: Overview of Messaging Records Management and Archiving What Is Archiving?

What Is Messaging Records Management?

Additional Options for Implementing MRM and Archiving Discussion: Why Might You Want to Use Archiving and MRM?

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Lesson 2: Designing In-Place Archiving In-Place Archiving

Benefits of In-Place Archiving

In-Place Archiving for Lync Server 2013 Configuration of In-Place Archiving Designing Storage for In-Place Archiving Demo - Managing In-Place Archiving

Lesson 3: Designing and Implementing Message Retention MRM in Exchange Server 2013

Retention Tags in Exchange Server 2013 Designing and Managing Tags

Managing Retention by Using Policies Using Archive Policies

Messaging Records Management Process in Exchange Server 2013 Demo - Using MRM in Outlook Web App

Module 06 Review

Module 07 - Designing and Implementing Messaging Compliance 1h 22m

Lesson 1: Designing and Implementing Data Loss Prevention Overview of Data Loss Prevention

How Data Loss Prevention Works What Are DLP Policies?

Applying DLP Policies

Demo - Creating a Data Loss Prevention Policy from a Template Configuring Policy Tips

Demo - Configuring and Testing Custom DLP Policies and Policy Tips Planning to Implement Data Loss Prevention Policies

Lesson 2: Designing and Implementing In-Place Hold Overview of Data Preservation Scenarios

What Is In-Place Hold?

Options for Implementing In-Place Holds Demo - Configuring In-Place Hold

Considerations for Planning an In-Place Hold

Lesson 3: Designing and Implementing In-Place eDiscovery Overview of In-Place eDiscovery Scenarios

How In-Place eDiscovery Works Demo - Configuring In-Place eDiscovery

Integrating eDiscovery with SharePoint Server 2013 Considerations for Planning eDiscovery

Module 07 Review

Module 08 - Designing and Implementing Administrative Security and Auditing 1h 41m Lesson 1: Designing and Implementing RBAC

What Is RBAC?

What Are Management Role Groups?

Built-In Management Role Groups

Guidelines for Implementing Management Role Groups

Demo - Managing Permissions by Using the Built-In Role Groups Designing Custom Role Groups

Demo - Configuring Custom Role Groups

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Troubleshooting RBAC

What are Management Role Assignment Policies?

Built-in User Roles for Role Assignment Policies Working with Management Role Assignment Policies Demo - Configuring Management Role Assignment Policies Lesson 2: Designing and Implementing Split Permissions Shared Permissions vs. Split Permissions

How to Configure RBAC Split Permissions

How to Configure Active Directory Split Permissions Guidelines for Configuring Split Permissions Lesson 3: Planning and Implementing Audit Logging Planning for Audit Logging

What Is Administrator Audit Logging?

Demo - Configuring Administrative Audit Logging What Is Mailbox Audit Logging?

Demo - Configuring Mailbox Audit Logging Options for Viewing Audit Log Information Module 08 Review

Module 09 - Managing Exchange Server 2013 with Exchange Management Shell 2h 19m Lesson 1: Overview of Windows PowerShell 3.0

What’s New in Windows PowerShell 3.0 What Is Windows PowerShell ISE?

Windows PowerShell Modules

Demo - Adding Exchange Management Shell to Windows PowerShell ISE How Can You Use Windows PowerShell Remotely?

Discussion: Benefits of Using Windows PowerShell to Manage Exchange Server 2013 Lesson 2: Managing Exchange Server Recipients by Using the Exchange Management Shell Accessing Help in Windows PowerShell

Windows PowerShell Pipelines

Options for Formatting Windows PowerShell Output

Demo - Managing Exchange Recipients by Using the Exchange Management Shell Using Windows PowerShell Variables and Loops

Creating Exchange Management Shell Scripts

Discussion: Managing Exchange Recipients with Exchange Management Shell Scripts Demo - Creating an Exchange Management Shell Script

Lesson 3: Using Windows PowerShell to Manage Exchange Server Overview of Exchange Management Shell Cmdlets

Demo - Managing Server Configuration by Using Exchange Management Shell Overview of Exchange Server 2013 Test Cmdlets

What Are Windows PowerShell Jobs?

Demo - Managing Exchange Servers by Using Test Cmdlets and Scheduled Jobs Monitoring Exchange Servers by Using the Exchange Management Shell Using Provided Exchange Management Scripts

Module 09 Review

Module 10 - Designing and Implementing Integration with Microsoft Exchange Online 1h Lesson 1: Planning for Exchange Online

What Is Office 365?

What’s New in Exchange Online?

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Why Migrate to Exchange Online?

Exchange Online User Subscriptions What Is Exchange Online Protection?

Exchange Online Deployment Scenarios

Discussion: Office 365 Experience and Expectations

Lesson 2: Planning and Implementing the Migration to Exchange Online Planning Migrations to Exchange Online

Migrating to Exchange Online Exchange Online Management Tools

Lesson 3: Planning to Coexist with Exchange Online Planning a Hybrid Deployment

Mail Flow Options for a Hybrid Deployment

How Federated Delegation Works for Exchange Online The Hybrid Deployment Process

Optimizing User Access to Exchange Online

The Hybrid Configuration Wizard in Exchange Server 2013 Migrating an Existing Hybrid Deployment to Exchange Server 2013 Managing a Hybrid Deployment

Best Practices for Implementing a Hybrid Deployment Module 10 Review

Module 11 - Designing and Implementing Messaging Coexistence 53m

Lesson 1: Designing and Implementing Federation

Scenarios for Integrating with Other Exchange Server Organizations What Is Federation?

Federation Deployment Components

Considerations for Designing Federated Trusts and Certificates Configuring Organization Relationships

Designing Sharing Policies

Lesson 2: Designing Coexistence Between Exchange Server Organizations Multi-Forest Exchange Server 2013 Deployments

Designing Message Routing Designing GAL Synchronization Designing Calendar Interoperability

Designing Administration Between Exchange Organizations Discussion: Experience with Configuring Coexistence

Lesson 3: Designing and Implementing Cross-Forest Mailbox Moves Cross-Forest Mailbox Move Scenarios

Options for Implementing Cross-Forest Mailbox Moves Prerequisites for Implementing Cross-Forest Mailbox Moves Preparing for and Implementing Cross-Forest Mailbox Moves Considerations for Cross-Forest Mailbox Moves

Recommendations for Implementing Cross-Forest Mailbox Moves Module 11 Review

Module 12 - Designing and Implementing Microsoft Exchange Server Upgrades 1h 27m Lesson 1: Planning the Upgrade from Previous Exchange Server Versions

Options for Implementing Exchange Server 2013 Supported Upgrade Scenarios

Choosing an Upgrade Strategy

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Discussion: Choosing an Upgrade Scenario

AD DS Requirements for Installing Exchange Server 2013 in an Existing Exchange Server Organization Understanding Client Access Server Coexistence

Understanding Message Transport Coexistence Understanding Exchange Server 2013 Public Folders

Planning Messaging Policy and Compliance Coexistence and Migration Planning for Administration

Planning a Multisite Upgrade

Lesson 2: Implementing the Upgrade from Previous Exchange Versions Exchange Server 2013 Upgrade Overview

Process for Upgrading Client Access Process for Upgrading Message Transport Process for Moving the User Mailboxes Process for Migrating Public Folders

Removing Previous Versions of Exchange Server Demo - Upgrading Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013 Module 12 Review

Course Closure

Total Duration: 16h 9m

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