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ITDVDS.COMMCTS Exam 70-662 - Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Training

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Introduction
Introduction

Installing and Configuring Exchange Servers
Install .NET
Confirming Exchange 2010 Requirements
Configure Active Directory Sites
Run DCDiag
Install Prerequisites
Notes on Required Role Services and Features
Installing Required Hotfixes
Preparing the Active Directory Schema Manually
Verifying Schema Replication
Preparing Active Directory Manually
Verify Active Directory Replication
Preparing the Domain Manually
Installing Exchange 2010 With Service Pack 1
Internal Vs. External DNS
Configuring Internal Host and MX Records
Configuring External Host and MX Records
Configuring External Reverse DNS
Sender ID
Move the Mailbox Database
Add Accepted Email Domains
Configure the Default Email Address Policy
Create a New Email Address Policy
Email Address Policy Priority
Create a New Send Connector
Configure the Send Connector
Configure the Default Receive Connector
Installing a Root CA
Configure Web Enrollment for SSL
Configure Web Enrollment for SSL
Supporting External and Internal Domains with One Certificate in Exchange 2010
Certificates and Exchange Services
Create Exchange Certificate Request
Submit Exchange Server Certificate Requests and Download Certificate
Import Exchange Certificate and Assign Exchange Services
What are Mailbox Databases, Transaction Logs, and the Information Store?
Performance Recommendations and Database Placement
Creating a New Mailbox Database
Mounting and DisMounting Databases
Moving and Renaming Databases
Enabling and Disabling Circular Logging
Scheduling Database Maintenance
Deleting Databases
Default Address Lists
Creating New Address Lists
Creating an Equipment Address List
Configuring Clients to Use Address Lists
Creating Offline Address Books
Configuring Offline Address Book Distribution Point
Setting the Default Offline Address Book
Configuring Outlook 2010 to Use an Offline Address Book
Scheduling and Manually Forcing Offline Address Book Rebuilding

Configuring Exchange Recipients and Public Folders
The Differences Between Mailbox Enabled Users, Mail Users, and Mail Contacts
Creating a Mailbox Enabled User
Mailbox Enabling an Existing Domain User
Adding Email Addresses and Modifying Email Address Policies
Changing the Email Alias
Updating Recipient Information
Connecting to Exchange 2010 with Outlook 2010
Viewing Recipient Information with Outlook 2010
Bulk Recipient Editing
Deleting and Disabling Mailboxes
Connecting a Mailbox
Moving Mailboxes
Configuring Mail Forwarding
Configuring Message Size Limits
Configuring Message Delivery Restrictions
Configuring Mailbox Storage Quotas
Configuring Mailbox Features
Mailtips
Viewing Mailbox Sizes
Configuring Permissions to Send on Behalf of Another User
Configuring Permissions to Send as Another User
Seeing Send As Permissions in Action
Delegating Permission in Outlook 2010
Using the Exchange Management Shell to Assign Permissions
What is an Exchange Resource Forest and a Linked Mailbox
Creating a Linked Mailbox
Create a Secure Connection Point for AutoDiscover in the User Forest
Configuring Clients to Trust the Root CA with Group Policy
Other Requirements for Cross Forest AutoDiscover
Connecting to a Linked Mailbox with Outlook 2010
Setting Permissions and Creating the Share to Import and Export Mailboxes
Export a Mailbox
Export Only Certain Folders in a Mailbox
Exporting Default Folders and Nested Folders
Only Exporting Certain Emails
Exporting a User Archive
Import a pst File Directly Into a User Mailbox
Importing a pst Directly Into a User Archive
Viewing Import and Export Progress
Creating a Mail User
Mail Enabling an Existing Domain User
Mail Disabling or Deleting a Mail User
Creating a Mail Contact and Adding Contact Information
Mail Enabling Existing Contacts
Changing a Contact's Email Address or Contact Information
Disabling or Deleting a Contact
Creating Room Mailboxes
Creating Equipment Mailboxes
Adding Resource Information
Configuring Resource Calendar Information
Configuring Resource Policy
Giving Delegates Permission to Resource Mailbox
Using Outlook to Schedule Use of Rooms and Equipment
Security Group vs. Distribution Group
Creating Mail Enabled Security Groups and Distribution Groups
Mail Enabling Existing Security Groups and Distribution Groups
Modifying Group Membership and Nesting Groups
Allowing Owners To Modify Group Membership or Create their Own Distribution Groups
Creating Public Groups
Managing Public Groups
Creating Moderated Groups
Setting Delivery Restrictions and Allowing Email to be Sent to Groups from the Internet
Setting Message Size Restrictions for Groups
Changing a Group's Name or Adding Email Address
Creating and Using Dynamic Distribution Groups
Deleting a Group or Mail Disabling a Group
What are Public Folders?
Creating and Configuring a Public Folder Database
Setting the Default Public Folder Database
Accessing Public Folders with Outlook 2010
Creating Public Folders And Configuring Permissions
Configuring Public Folder Disk Quotas
Mail Enabling Public Folders
Viewing Public Folder Statistics
Configure Public Folder Database for Offline Address Book Distribution
Management Role Entries, Management Roles, and Management Role Groups
Viewing Management Roles and Management Role Groups
Management Role Scope
Assigning a User to a Management Role Group
Creating a Custom Role
Creating a Custom Role Group and Assigning Roles
Creating and Assigning a Custom Role Scope
Using the Exchange Control Panel to Manage Roles

Configuring Client Access
Outlook Web App Tour
Enabling and Disabling Outlook Web App Features
Outlook Web App Policies
Enable or Disable Outlook Web App for Certain Users
Configuring Internal and External URLs
Configuring Outlook Web App for SSL Redirection
What is Outlook Anywhere and RPC over HTTP?
Install RPC over HTTP Proxy
Enabling and Configuring Outlook Anywhere on Exchange 2010
Configure Outlook 2010 Client to Use Outlook Anywhere
Configure ActiveSync URLs
Configure ActiveSync Policy
Enabling and Disabling ActiveSync for Certain Users
Connecting with ActiveSyc from a Mobile Device
Configure POP3 and IMAP4
Federated Trusts and Sharing Policy
Exchange 2010 Services and Firewall Ports

Configuring Message Transport
Configuring Global Hub Transport Settings
Transport Rule Predicates and Actions
Encrypting Emails in Transit
What is an Edge Transport Server
Edge Transport Server Firewall Ports
Configure DNS Suffix on the Edge Transport Server
Configure Internal and External DNS
Install Edge Transport Prerequisites
Installing the Edge Transport Server Role
Create an Edge Subscription Files
Create an Edge Subscription
Testing the Edge Synchronization
Managing Queues on the Edge Transport Server
Spam Filtering
Transport with Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2010 CoExistence

Monitoring and Reporting
Task Manager and Resource Monitor
Event Viewer and the Services Snap-in
Remote Connectivity Analyzer
Mail Flow Troubleshooter
Message Tracking Center
Queue Viewer
Routing Log Viewer and Tracking Log Explorer
Performance Monitor
Performance Troubleshooter
Exchange Best Practice Analyzer
Administrator Audit Logging

Implementing High Availability and Recovery
High Availability and Recovery
Installing Windows Backup
Backing up Exchange 2010 with Windows Server Backup
Restoring Exchange 2010 with Windows Server Backup
Restoring a Single Database with Windows Server Backup Part 1
Restoring a Single Database with Windows Server Backup Part 2
Restoring a Mailbox from a Recovery Database with Windows Server Backup Part 1
Restoring a Mailbox from a Recovery Database with Windows Server Backup Part 2
Restoring a Mailbox from a Recovery Database with Windows Server Backup Part 3
Restoring a Single Item from a Recovery Database
Recovering Deleted Items Vs Single Item Recovery
Recovering a Deleted Item
Configure Deleted Item Retention
Enable Single Item Recovery
Recovering a Single Item
Viewing Recoverable Items Folder Size
Recovering Deleted Mailboxes
Configuring Mailbox Retention
High Availability and Recovery in Exchange 2010
Install Failover Cluster Feature
What is a Database Availability Group?
Create Database Availability Group
Adding Exchange Servers to the Database Availability Group
Understanding How Quorum Affects a DAG in a Single Site
Configuring the DAG with a Static IP Address
Understanding Database Availability Group Networks
Adding a Replication Network after Database Availability Group is Built Part 1
Adding a Replication Network after Database Availability Group is Built Part 2
DAGS and iSCSI
Configuring Replication Encryption and Compression
Viewing DAG and DAG Network Properties
Create a Database Copy
Troubleshooting the Creation of a Database Copy Part 1
Troubleshooting the Creation of a Database Copy Part 2
Viewing Health and Status of a Database Copy
Perform a Database Switch Over Using the Exchange Management Console
Perform a Database Switch Over Using the Exchange Management Shell
Seeing What Happens in a Real Mailbox Server Failure
Configuring the Auto Database Mount Dial
Understanding Best Copy Selection
Blocking Automatic Failover
Setting the Maximum Active Databases for a Server
Balance Database Copies Across Database Availability Group
Performing Maintenance on a Database Availability Group
Implementing a Lagged Database Copy
Block Activation of Lag Database
Activating a Lagged Database Copy
Scenarios for Recovering From a Lagged Database Copy
Restoring From a Lagged Database Copy to a Certain Point in Time Part 1
Restoring From a Lagged Database Copy to a Certain Point in Time Part 2
Restoring From a Lagged Database Copy to a Certain Point in Time Part 3
Recovering a Mailbox from a Lagged Database Copy Part 1
Recovering a Mailbox from a Lagged Database Copy Part 2
Transport Dumpster and Shadow Redundancy
Load Balancing Client Access Servers
Configuring an F5 Load Balancer Part 1
Configuring an F5 Load Balancer Part 2
Configuring DNS for Load Balanced Client Access Array
Configuring a Client Access Array
Configure Servers to Point at Client Access Array
Set Certificate Principal Name for Outlook Provider
Seeing Mailbox Database, Hub Transport and Client Access Failover in Outlook 2010
Seeing F5 Failover
Adding a Public Folder Database
Configuring Public Folder Content Replication
Seeing Public Folder Replication in Outlook 2010
Making Public Folder Databases Highly Available to Outlook Clients
Seeing Public Folder Failover in Outlook 2010
Adding a Second Edge Transport Server
Creating a Edge Transport Subscription
Configuring DNS for Edge Transport High Availability
Cloning an Edge Transport Server

Configuring Message Compliance and Security
Enabling Email Archiving For a Mailbox
Setting the Mailbox Quota
Viewing and Configuring the Default Archive and Retention Policy
Creating an Archive and Retention Policy
Using Archive Tags on Emails and Folders in Outlook 2010
Creating a Journal Report Mailbox
Secure and Configure the Journal Report Mailbox
Configuring Standard Journaling
Creating a Journal Rule
Viewing Journal Reports
Information Rights Management
Use Litigation Hold
Membership Checklist
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