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Exchange Server 2013

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 •  Format: Download
 •  Duration: 6 hours (69 lessons)
 •  Instructor: Mark Long
 •  Platform: Windows PC or Mac
 •   Date Released 2014-02-10
 

In this Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 training course, expert author Mark Long teaches you the fundamentals of the latest version of Exchange. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no previous experience with Exchange is required.

You will start by learning the basics of Exchange, including how it works, the terminology, and mail flow. You will then learn about the active directory, administration center, and the basics of database maintenance. Mark will teach you mailbox basics, public folders, and how to manage Exchange data. This video tutorial will also teach you client access basics and configuration. Finally, you will learn how to back in Exchange 2013.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of working in this e-mail based communications server. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons. 01. Introduction To Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 What To Expect From This Course About The Author Course Overview Microsoft Exchange Server History Microsoft Exchange Server Versions Theory And Action How To Access Your Working Files 02. Course Setup Getting Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Hardware And Software Requirements Preparing Domains For Exchange Server 2013 Installing Exchange Server 2013 - Part 1 Installing Exchange Server 2013 - Part 2 03. Exchange Basics What Exchange Server Does How Exchange Server Works Exchange Server Technologies Exchange Server Terminology Exchange Server Roles Exchange Server And DNS Exchange Server Online Mail-Flow In Exchange Server 2013 About The Edge Transport Server 04. Exchange Server And Active Directory 0401 Understanding Active Directory - Part 1 0402 Understanding Active Directory - Part 2 0403 Trees And Forests 0404 Domain Controllers 0405 Global Catalog Servers 0406 The Impacts Of Exchange Server On Active Directory 05. Exchange Server Administration 0501 Exchange Server Administration Center 0502 Exchange Server Management Shell 0503 RBAC Overview 0504 Understanding Journaling 0505 Configuring Journaling 0506 Understanding Archiving 0507 Configuring Archiving 0508 Database Maintenance Basics 0509 Installing Cumulative Updates 06. Mail Enabled Objects 0601 Mailbox Basics 0602 Role Of The Mailbox In Exchange Server 2013 0603 Recipient Types 0604 User Mailboxes 0605 Mail User 0606 Mail Contact 0607 Distribution Group 0608 Shared Mailbox 0609 Mail-Enabled Security Group 0610 Dynamic Distribution Group 0611 Room Mailbox - Part 1 0612 Room Mailbox - Part 2 0613 Managing Recipient Permissions 07. Managing Exchange Server Data 0701 Storage Configuration Options 0702 Address Lists 0703 Customized Address Lists 0704 Address Book Policies 0705 The Offline Address Book 0706 High Availability 0707 Database Availability Groups 08. Public Folders 0801 Public Folder Basics - Part 1 0802 Public Folder Basics - Part 2 0803 Public Folder Placement 0804 Creating Public Folders 09. Client Access Server 0901 Client Access Basics 0902 Outlook Web Application 0903 Client Access Configuration - Part 1 0904 Client Access Configuration - Part 2 0905 OWA Virtual Directory Configuration 10. Backing-Up Exchange Server 2013 1001 The Backup Plan 1002 What To Backup 1003 Exchange Server 2013 Backup 11. Conclusion 1101 Wrap-Up