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This course teaches how to update & support a reliable, secure messaging infrastructure. This infrastructure is used for creating, storing, & sharing information by using MS Exchange Server 2003 in a medium-sized to large-sized messaging environment.


 
Course Outline
This five-day, instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills that are needed to update and support a reliable, secure messaging infrastructure. This infrastructure is used for creating, storing, and sharing information by using Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 in a medium-sized to large-sized (250 to 5,000 users) messaging environment. This course offers a significant number of hands-on practices, discussions, and assessments that assist students in becoming proficient in the skills that are needed to update and support Exchange Server 2003.

After completing this course, students will be able to: •    Perform a installation of Exchange Server 2003 and verify that the installation was successful.
•    Configure and manage Exchange Server 2003.
•    Secure Exchange Server 2003.
•    Manage recipients.
•    Manage public folders.
•    Manage address lists.
•    Implement and manage access to Exchange Server mailboxes for Internet protocol clients.
•    Manage client configuration and connectivity.
•    Manage routing.
•    Manage mobile devices with Exchange Server 2003.
•    Manage data storage and hardware resources.
•    Plan for disaster and disaster recovery.
•    Back up and restore Exchange Server.
•    Perform preventive maintenance.
•    Migrate users from Exchange Server 5.5 to a separate Exchange Server 2003 organization.

Microsoft Certification exams
This course will help the student prepare for the following Microsoft Certified Professional exam:
•    Exam 70-284: Implementing and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003

Course Outline Module 1: Introduction to Exchange Server 2003 This module provides an overview of how Exchange Server components interact to provide a stable, reliable messaging environment. This module provides an introduction to many of the topics covered in detail in later modules in the course.
Lessons
•    Introduction to the Exchange Server 2003 Architecture
•    Exchange Clients Overview
•    Discussion: Introduction to Exchange Server 2003
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Describe the various technologies that are involved in implementing and maintaining an Exchange Server messaging environment.
•    Identify the client applications that are used to connect to Exchange Server and describe the improvements introduced with Microsoft Office Outlook 2003.

Module 2: Installing Exchange Server 2003 This module explains how to plan for an installation of Exchange Server 2003, and how to install Exchange Server 2003. The module also explains how to install and use Exchange Server management utilities.
Lessons
•    Preparing to Install Exchange Server 2003
•    Exchange Server 2003 Installation Tasks
•    Exploring the Exchange Management Tools
Lab: Installing the Exchange System Manager on Windows XP SP2
•    Exercise 1: Installing the Exchange System Management Tools
Optional Lab: Installing the Exchange Server 2003 Messaging and Collaboration Services
•    Exercise 1: Preparing the Environment
•    Exercise 2: Installing Exchange Server 2003
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Prepare for an installation of Exchange Server 2003.
•    Install Exchange Server 2003 on new hardware.
•    Install and use the Exchange Server management tools to perform administrative tasks.

Module 3: Securing Exchange Server 2003 This module explains how to secure the server running Exchange Server 2003. This involves reducing the attack surface on the Exchange servers by using Security templates and the Security Configuration Wizard, protecting against unsolicited commercial e-mail (spam), and setting appropriate administrative permissions.
Lessons
•    Reducing the Server Attack Surface
•    Maintaining Message Hygiene
•    Configuring Administrative Permissions
Lab: Securing Exchange Server 2003
•    Exercise 1: Applying a Security Configuration Wizard Security Policy
•    Exercise 2: Delegating Administrative Rights Using the Exchange Delegation Wizard
•    Exercise 3: Applying and Testing Intelligent Message Filtering
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Reduce the attack surface on Exchange servers.
•    Configure Exchange Server 2003 to reduce the amount of unsolicited commercial e-mail (spam).
•    Configure an administrative group structure.

Module 4: Managing Recipients This module describes Exchange Server recipients and explains the messaging capabilities of various Active Directory directory service groups. It then teaches how to manage mailboxes and mail-enabled groups and how to create, delete, and modify users and contacts.
Lessons
•    Managing Exchange Recipients
•    Managing Mailboxes
•    Managing Mail-Enabled Groups
Lab: Managing Recipients
•    Exercise 1: Create Mailboxes with CSVDE
•    Exercise 2: Use VBScript to Mailbox-Enable User Accounts
•    Exercise 3: Modify Existing Mailboxes by Using LDIFDE
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Describe Exchange Server recipients and explain the messaging capability of various Active Directory groups.
•    Manage mailboxes.
•    Manage mail-enabled groups.

Module 5: Managing Active Directory Integration This module explains the relationship between Active Directory and an Exchange Server 2003 organization. Topics discussed include how Exchange servers communicate with and depend on Active Directory information. The module also explains how to perform Active Directory tasks that directly influence Exchange Server configuration.
Lessons
•    Understanding the Integration of Exchange and Active Directory
•    Configuring Exchange Server Communications with Active Directory
•    Configuring Recipient Policies and the Recipient Update Service
•    Managing Address Lists
Lab: Managing Active Directory Integration
•    Exercise 1: Troubleshooting Exchange Server Requirements for Active Directory Information
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Explain where and how Active Directory stores Exchange Server-related information.
•    Manage the communication mechanisms that exist between Exchange servers and Active Directory domain controllers.
•    Create and manage recipient policies and the recipient update process.
•    Create and manage Address Lists.

Module 6: Managing Public Folders This module explains how to manage public folders. Managing public folders involves managing public folder data and network access to public folders.
Lessons
•    Managing Public Folder Data
•    Managing Access to Public Folders
•    Managing Public Folder Replication
•    Configuring Full-Text Indexing
Lab: Managing Public Folders
•    Exercise 1: Create a Public Folder by Using Microsoft Outlook 2003
•    Exercise 2: Replicate Public Folders with the Public Folder Migration Tool
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Manage public folder data.
•    Manage network and user access to public folders.
•    Manage public folder replication.
•    Configure full-text indexing.

Module 7: Implementing Outlook Web Access The module describes how to successfully implement Outlook Web Access. Topics discussed include best practices for configuring Outlook Web Access and guidelines for properly securing a remote Web access infrastructure.
Lessons
•    Introducing Outlook Web Access
•    Securing Outlook Web Access
Lab: Implementing Outlook Web Access
•    Exercise 1: Enable Forms-Based Authentication
•    Exercise 2: Securing OWA with the Outlook Web Access Web Administration Tool
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Describe the features of Outlook Web Access (OWA) in Exchange Server 2003.
•    Secure an Outlook Web Access deployment.

Module 8: Implementing a Front-End/Back-End Exchange Server Topology This module introduces the Internet protocols that you can use to access Exchange Server. It explains the concepts and tasks that are involved in implementing and managing remote user access to Exchange Server by using Internet protocols. It also explains how to implement and secure front-end and back-end Exchange servers that can be used to access user data from remote locations through secure connections.
Lessons
•    Introducing Front-End and Back-End Servers
•    Implementing a Front-End and Back-End Server Topology
•    Securing a Front-End and Back-End Server Topology
•    Discussion: Implementing a Front-End/Back-End Exchange Server Topology
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Explain the purpose of front-end and back-end servers and describe their supporting technologies.
•    Implement a front-end and back-end server topology.
•    Secure a front-end and back-end server topology.

Module 9: Managing Client Connections to Exchange Server 2003 This module introduces client configuration and connectivity concepts. It also demonstrates the common tasks that are associated with configuring and customizing Outlook 2003, configuring connectivity for Exchange server clients, and understanding the mobility features of Exchange Server 2003.
Lessons
•    Selecting an Exchange Server 2003 Client
•    Connecting to Exchange Server 2003
•    Using S/MIME to Secure E-Mail Content
•    Managing Mobile Services
Lab: Managing Client Connections to Exchange Server 2003
•    Exercise 1: Configuring Outlook 2003 for RPC over HTTPS
•    Exercise 2: Sending Secure E-Mail by Using S/MIME
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Select the appropriate Exchange Server client for a messaging environment.
•    Connect Outlook 2003 to an Exchange server securely from the Internet.
•    Secure Exchange Server e-mail content by using Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME).
•    Implement and manage remote mobile access to Exchange Server 2003.

Module 10: Managing Message Routing This module explains the concepts and tasks that are involved in configuring routing in an Exchange Server organization and managing connectivity to the Internet. The module focuses on how to configure the SMTP virtual servers and SMTP connectors.
Lessons
•    Understanding Exchange Server Message Flow
•    Configuring SMTP Virtual Servers
•    Understanding Message Routing in Exchange Server
•    Configuring Routing in an Exchange Server Organization
•    Exploring Link State Information
Lab: Managing Message Routing
•    Exercise 1: Creating an SMTP Connector to the Internet
•    Exercise 2: Configuring Secure Communications Between Routing Groups
After completing this module, students will be able to:

•    Explain message flow in Exchange Server 2003.
•    Configure SMTP virtual server settings by using the Exchange System Manager.
•    Explain how message routing works in an Exchange Server organization.
•    Configure routing in an Exchange Server organization.
•    Explain how Exchange Server maintains routing information.

Module 11: Managing Data Storage and Hardware Resources This module explains how Exchange Server 2003 stores data and what storage technologies it uses. The module also explains how to manage data storage, disk space, and hardware upgrades.
Lessons
•    Managing Stores and Storage Groups
•    Understanding Exchange Server Data Storage
•    Managing Disk Space
•    Optimizing Hardware Resources
Lab: Managing Data Storage and Hardware Resources
•    Exercise 1: Managing Circular Logging and Database File Location
•    Exercise 2: Verifying Disk Performance Using Jetstress
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Create, delete, and manage stores and storage groups.
•    Manipulate all files used in the data storage process.
•    Manage disk space used by Exchange Server databases.
•    Optimize the use of hardware resources on Exchange servers.

Module 12: Planning for and Recovering from Disasters This module discusses how to create a disaster recovery plan and how to perform a backup and a restore for Exchange Server 2003.
Lessons
•    Planning for Disaster Recovery
•    Backing Up Exchange Server 2003
•    Restoring Exchange Server 2003 Data
•    Restoring Exchange Server 2003 Servers
•    Discussion: Planning for and Recovering from Disasters
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Create a plan for disaster recovery in an Exchange Server environment.
•    Back up servers running Exchange Server 2003.
•    Restore Exchange Server 2003 data.
•    Restore Exchange Server 2003 servers.

Module 13: Performing Preventive Maintenance This module teaches how to conduct daily, scheduled, and on-demand Exchange Server maintenance tasks.
Lessons
•    Performing Daily Exchange Server 2003 Maintenance
•    Performing Scheduled Exchange Server 2003 Maintenance
•    Performing On-Demand Exchange Server 2003 Maintenance
•    Discussion: Performing Preventive Maintenance
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Perform daily Exchange Server maintenance.
•    Perform scheduled Exchange Server maintenance.
•    Perform on-demand Exchange Server maintenance.

Module 14: Migrating Users from Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003 This module describes how to migrate the Exchange Server 5.5 messaging system of a company running a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 domain into the Exchange Server 2003 messaging system of another company running Windows Server 2003 and Active Directory.
Lessons
•    Identifying a Migration Strategy
•    Performing Pre-Migration Steps
•    Migrating Exchange Server Data
Lab A: Performing an Inter-Organization Migration
•    Exercise 1: Preparing a Network Environment for a Migration
•    Exercise 2: Migrating Accounts with the ADMT
•    Exercise 3: Implementing the Active Directory Connector
•    Exercise 4: Moving Mailboxes from Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003
Lab B: Performing an Intra-Organization Migration
•    Exercise 1: Identify a Migration Strategy
After completing this module, students will be able to:
•    Select the appropriate migration strategy.
•    Perform all necessary pre-migration steps.
•    Migrate mailboxes and public folders to Exchange Server 2003.

Prerequisites & Certificates
Pre-Requisites

Before attending this course, students must have: Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Working knowledge of networking, including Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), Domain Name System (DNS), and Internet Information Services (IIS). Working knowledge of Internet protocols, including Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3) or Internet Message Access Protocol 4 (IMAP4), Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), and Network News Transfer Protocols (NNTP). In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have completed: Course 2274, Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment. Course 2275, Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment. Course 2276, Implementing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure: Network Hosts. Knowledge of Exchange Server 5.5 or Exchange 2000 Server is beneficial but not necessary.

Certificates offered

The student kit includes a comprehensive workbook and other necessary materials for this class.


Cancellation Policy
All registration cancellations made within five (5) working days of the date of the course are billable at 100%. Synesis reserves the right to cancel any public courses due to lack of sufficient participants.
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Very professionally presented. The instructeur really knew his stuff.
Reviewed by 2014
The instructor knew her stuff but we worked on only one lame example. Granted time was the culprit, she could have provided or suggested more exercises to practice later on. The only way to learn a software is to practice the software by doing exercises, that part was really disappointing.
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The course was very well outlined Teacher excellent. I would see the need to add another day.To much material to cover in 2 days. More practice needed.
Reviewed by 2013
Our instructor was fantastic. He did such a grat job and requested him for our next course.
Reviewed by 2013
It was wonderful! I highly recommended it to my co-workers and some of them are actually gonna go! Congratulations! Great experience!
Reviewed by 2013
I really enjoyed taking the Excel Beginners course. The course objective were all met and the teacher was fabulous. I was very much looking forward to taking the Excel Intermediate course as well. I was put into a class where the teacher spent almost 1 hour preparing what he would be teaching. By first break we had learned one new thing and by lunch we had learned almost nothing. I went to the receptionist who was extremely nice and very helpful. She call the director. Another girl and myself transferred out of the class. I was put into the other intermediate Excel class where I was totally lost. They had already covered a lot of the course objectives so I was basically lost from the beginning and it just kept getting worse as the day progressed. The second day I was so lost I spoke with the teacher and told her I would just sit beside another student and watch because I was holding back the whole class asking questions every 2 minutes. The teacher was very nice but it was too late because they had already learned too much the first morning that I had missed because I was enrolled in the other class. I should be refunded for my course. It was a total waste of time and completely frustrating. I paid a lot of money and the first class I was in, the teacher was more interested in speaking about his personal experiences with Excel, instead of teaching the course objectives. We didn't even receive a sheet with the course objectives. I don't think he had any. He was abrasive with other students. There were only four in the class. It was a very unpleasant experience. It was even more unpleasant to be put into another class where I was totally lost. I am not a slow person. I catch on very quickly, but I felt incompetent being put into a class where I had already missed a whole morning and as the day went on I did nothing but panic trying to keep up and understand what the teacher was doing because I had missed so much and was so far behnind.
Reviewed by 2012
The seminar is scheduled over two days with hour long lunches (that go long) and two break (morning and afternoon). With all of that free time, the course still ended quite early each day. This course could definitely be condensed into a four hour morning or afternoon.
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I would DEFINITELY recommend this to my co-workers.
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The classroom was cold
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