2008 - Designing an Exchange 2003 Organization

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E-learning Oficial Microsoft: 2008: Designing and Planning an Exchange Server 2003 Organization

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This online learning collection provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully design
and plan an Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 organization in an enterprise network, including a plan for upgrading
from previous versions of Exchange. In addition, this course helps you to prepare for Exam 70-285, Designing a
Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Organization

Designing and Planning a Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 Organization
Course Overview
Module Introduction
How to Use this Course
Course Information

Analyze Active Directory and Design an Administrative Plan
Module Introduction

Analyzing Your Current Environment
Lesson Introduction
Your Current Environment
Analyzing the Existing Network Structure
Analyzing the Existing Active Directory Directory Structure
Considerations for Integrating Exchange Server with Active Directory
Job Aid: Analyzing Active Directory
Tile Flip Game
Self Test

Lab A: Identifying Active Directory Design Considerations
Lesson Introduction
Scenario
Situation
Job Aid: Analyzing Active Directory
Exercise 1: Identifying Active Directory Forest Model
Lab Review

Designing Active Directory Groups
Lesson Introduction
Active Directory Groups
Designing an Active Directory Group Strategy
Domain Local Group
Global Groups
Universal Groups
Comparing Security and Distribution Groups
Self Test

Designing an Administrative Plan
Lesson Introduction
Administrative Plans
Why Designing an Administrative Plan Is Important
Design Considerations
Defining an Administrative Model
Defining Administrative Roles
Tile Flip Game
Self Test

Lab B: Designing an Administrative Plan
Lesson Introduction
Background
Scenario
Exercise 1: Defining Administrative Group Boundaries
Exercise 2: Defining Administrative Roles
Lab Review

Design Routing Topology and Server Roles
Module Introduction

Planning Routing Group Boundaries
Lesson Introduction
Routing Group Boundaries
Considerations for Planning Routing Group Boundaries
Planning Single and Multiple Routing Groups
Public Folder Referrals Topology
Planning Message Flow
Tile Flip Game
Self Test

Lab A: Designing Routing Group Boundaries
Lesson Introduction
Background
Scenario
Physical and Logical Topologies
Exercise 1: Defining Your Routing Topology
Lab Review

Planning Connectors Between Routing Groups
Lesson Introduction
Connectors Between Routing Groups
Considerations for Planning Connectors Between Routing Groups
How to Choose Connectors
How to Plan Connector Costs
How to Provide Fault Tolerance
Self Test

Lab B: Designing a Routing Group Connector Topology
Lesson Introduction
Background
Scenario
Exercise 1: Defining a Connector Topology
Lab Review

Planning Server Roles
Lesson Introduction
Server Roles
Considerations for Determining Server Requirements
How to Determine Server Roles
Tile Flip Game
Self Test

Planning Server Sizing and Placement
Lesson Introduction
Server Sizing and Placement
How to Determine Server Sizing
Capacity Planning Tools
Considerations for Server Placement
Planning Exchange Server Placement
Self Test

Design a Public Folder and Client Connectivity Strategy
Module Introduction

Planning Business and Logistical Requirements for Public Folders
Lesson Introduction
Analyzing Business Requirements for Public Folders
Considerations for Organizing and Displaying Public Folders
Analyzing Logistical Requirements for Public Folders
Planning a Public Folder Client Connectivity Strategy
Self Test

Planning Administrative and Permission Requirements for Public Folders
Lesson Introduction
Planning a Public Folder Administration and Permissions Strategy
Analyzing Replication Requirements for Public Folders
Planning a Public Folder Replication Strategy
Job Aid: Planning Replication
Permissions Game
Self Test

Planning Hardware Requirements for Public Folders
Lesson Introduction
Hardware Requirements for Public Folders
Indexing and Hardware Requirements
Self Test

Lab A: Planning Public Folder Content Replication and Referral
Lesson Introduction
Scenario
Situation
Exercise 1: Designing a Public Folder Replication Topology
Lab Review

Design an Exchange Server 2003 Security Strategy
Module Introduction

Designing a Security Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Introduction to Designing a Security Strategy
Basic Security Best Practices
Understanding IIS and Exchange Server 2003
Self Test

Planning Exchange Server 2003 Perimeter Security
Lesson Introduction
Designing Exchange Server 2003 Perimeter Security
Protecting Against Viruses
Protecting Mailboxes and Mailbox Content
Using Bridgehead Servers and Routing Groups to Increase Security
Reducing Port Exposure
Exchange Server Ports and Services
Self Test

Lab A: Planning Northwind Traders Perimeter Security
Lesson Introduction
Scenario
Exercise 1: Identifying a Perimeter Security Strategy
Lab Review

Planning Exchange Server Intranet Security
Lesson Introduction
Designing Exchange Server 2003 Intranet Security
Protecting Intellectual Property with Information Rights Management
Self Test

Planning an Encryption Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Designing an Encryption Strategy
Designing a PKI Strategy
Securing Internet E-Mail with Encryption and Authentication
Implementing S/MIME for Outlook 2003 and Microsoft Web Access
Self Test

Lab B: Planning Northwind Traders Intranet Security
Lesson Introduction
Scenario
Exercise 1: Identifying an Intranet Security Strategy
Lab Review

Design for High Availability and Reliability
Module Introduction

Introduction to Designing a Highly Available Exchange Server Organization
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for Designing for System-Wide Reliability
Redundant Hardware
Redundant Network Infrastructure
Redundant Routing Topology
Monitoring Capabilities
Disaster Recovery Plan
Self Test

Providing Redundant Supporting Services for the Exchange Server Organization
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for Designing for Active Directory and DNS Availability
Domain Controller and Global Catalog Services
DNS Services
Self Test

Designing a Highly Available Internet Client Access Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for Designing Front-End Server Availability
Using Internet Protocol Front-End Servers
Implementing Network Load Balancing
Self Test

Designing a Highly Available Back-End Server Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for Designing Back-End Servers and Data Availability
Partitioning Data
Job Aid: Partitioning Data
Implementing Server Clustering
Design Considerations for Exchange Server Clusters
Self Test

Designing a Highly Available Data Storage Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for Designing Exchange Server Data Storage Solutions
Choosing an Appropriate Data Storage Solution
Considerations for Storage Area Network Solutions
Planning Considerations for Data Storage
Availability and Cost Requirements for Data Storage
Self Test

Lab A: Planning for a Highly Available Exchange Server 2003 Organization
Lesson Introduction
Background
Exercise 1: Planning a Front-End Solution
Exercise 2: Planning a Clustering Solution
Exercise 3: Justifying an Exchange Server 2003 Clustering Solution
Lab Review

Design Inter-Organizational Connectivity
Module Introduction

Designing an Inter-Organizational Connectivity Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Multiple-Forest Scenarios
Requirements for Establishing Inter-Organizational Connectivity
Considerations for Inter-Organizational E-Mail Connectivity
Messaging Routing Options in Multiple-Forest Environments
Sharing SMTP Namespaces
Connector Options for Multiple-Forest Environments
Self Test

Overview of GAL Synchronization
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for Inter-Organizational GAL Synchronization
Primary Components of the Identity Integration Feature Pack
Introduction to GAL Synchronization
GAL Synchronization Process
Self Test

Designing an Inter-Organizational GAL Synchronization Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for GAL Synchronization Design
Considerations for Selecting a GAL Synchronization Topology
Groups Created During Installation of the Identity Integration Feature Pack
Using Domain Local Groups to Control Administrative Access
Forest Configuration Requirements for GAL Synchronization
Best Practices for Deploying Identity Integration Feature Pack
Self Test

Designing an Inter-Organizational Public Folder Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for an Organizational Public Folder Strategy
What is the Inter-Organization Replication Tool?
Security Features of the Inter-Organization Replication Tool
Configuration Requirements of the Inter-Organization Replication Tool
Self Test

Lab A: Designing an Inter-Organizational Connectivity Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Scenario Northwind Traders
Northwind Traders Profile and Exchange Server 2003 Design Decisions
Northwind Traders Profile and Exchange Server 2003 Environment Design Decisions
Northwind Traders Profile and Exchange Server 2003 Routing and Security Decisions
Contoso, Ltd., Profile
Exercise 1: Defining Your Inter-Organizational Connectivity Strategy
Lab Review

Design an Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003 Deployment Strategy
Module Introduction

Preparing to Migrate from Exchange Server 5.5
Lesson Introduction
Deployment Process
Identify the Existing Environment
Deployment Tools
Determine if Exchange Server 5.5 Sites Should Be Collapsed
Deployment Tool Game
Self Test

Planning a Directory Upgrade Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for Planning a Directory Upgrade Strategy
Method: Migrate Accounts
Method: Synchronize and Migrate
Method: Migrate and Synchronize
Method: Upgrade and Synchronize
Using ADMT to Populate Active Directory
Self Test

Designing an Active Directory Connection Agreement Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Active Directory Connection Agreements
Tile Flip Game
Considerations for Designing a Recipient CA Strategy
Choosing a Synchronization Direction
Choosing Primary Connection Agreements
ADC Best Practices
Self Test

Planning a Server Migration Strategy
Lesson Introduction
Considerations for Migrating Server Resources
Determine Connector Upgrade Strategy
Design a Mailbox Migration Strategy
Exchange Server Migration Wizard
Guidelines for a Public Folder Migration Strategy
Self Test

Planning to Switch from a Mixed Mode to Native Mode Organization
Lesson Introduction
Requirements for Switching to a Native Mode Organization
Steps to Switch from Mixed Mode to Native Mode
Self Test

Lab A: Developing a Deployment Strategy for Northwind Traders
Lesson Introduction
Background
Situation
Exercise 1: Developing a Deployment Plan
Lab Review