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Microsoft 70-341: Core Solutions of Exchange Server 2013

Course Description

7.46 Hours

60 Videos

This course covers the following topics in order to prepare students for the Microsoft 70-341 Course Solutions of Exchange Server 2013 exam: how to plan, install, configure, and manage transport, mailbox role, and client access, as well as design and manage an Exchange infrastructure.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Overview

  1. Introduction
  2. Overview Of Exchanger Server 2013 – Part 1
  3. Overview Of Exchanger Server 2013 – Part 2
  4. Overview Of Exchanger Server 2013 – Part 3
  5. Overview Of Exchanger Server 2013 – Part 4
  6. Overview Of Exchanger Server 2013 – Part 5
  7. Overview Of Exam – Part 1
  8. Overview Of Exam – Part 2

Module 2: Exchange Server 2013 Administration

  1. Exchange Server 2013 Administration – Part 1
  2. Exchange Server 2013 Administration – Part 2
  3. Exchange Server 2013 Administration – Part 3
  4. Exchange Server 2013 Administration – Part 4
  5. Exchange Server 2013 Administration – Demo 1
  6. Exchange Server 2013 Administration – Demo 2
  7. Exchange Server 2013 Administration – Demo 3

Module 3: Fundamentals of Exchange Administration

  1. Fundamentals Of Exchange Administration – Part 1
  2. Fundamentals Of Exchange Administration – Demo

Module 4: Archive Mailboxes

  1. Archive Mailboxes – Part 1
  2. Archive Mailboxes – Part 2
  3. Archive Mailboxes – Part 3
  4. Archive Mailboxes – Demo

Module 5: Properties of User Mailboxes

  1. Properties Of User Mailboxes
  2. Properties Of User Mailboxes – Demo

Module 6: Distribution Groups

  1. Distribution Groups
  2. Distribution Groups – Demo

Module 7: Outlook and Outlook Web Apps

  1. Outlook And Outlook Web Apps – Part 1
  2. Outlook And Outlook Web Apps – Part 2
  3. Outlook And Outlook Web Apps – Demo

Module 8: Preparation Prerequisites

  1. Preparation Prerequisites – Part 1
  2. Preparation Prerequisites – Part 2
  3. Preparation Prerequisites – Part 3
  4. Preparation Prerequisites Demo – Part 1
  5. Preparation Prerequisites Demo – Part 2
  6. Preparation Prerequisites Demo – Part 3

Module 9: Installation of Exchange 2013

  1. Installation Of Exchange 2013
  2. Installation Of Exchange 2013 – Demo

Module 10: Exchange 2013 Design

  1. Exchange 2013 Design – Part 1
  2. Exchange 2013 Design – Part 2
  3. Exchange 2013 Design – Part 3
  4. Exchange 2013 Design Demo – Part 1
  5. Exchange 2013 Design Demo – Part 2
  6. Exchange 2013 Design Demo – Part 3
  7. Exchange 2013 Design Demo – Part 4
  8. Exchange 2013 Design Demo – Part 5
  9. Exchange 2013 Design Demo – Part 6

Module 11: Labs and Demos

  1. Building Home Lab (setup)
  2. Creating A Win Server Virtual Machine
  3. Signing On To Server
  4. Configuration (Joining Domain)
  5. Installing Domain Controller – Part 1
  6. Installing Domain Controller – Part 2
  7. Checking The Domain Controller
  8. Setting Up DNS For Exchange
  9. Schema Updates
  10. Prerequisite For Exchange 2013
  11. Installing Exchange
  12. Confirmation Of Exchange
  13. How Exchange Is Installed
  14. Setting Up A Send Connector
  15. Outro

The new Exchange Server 2013 Core Solutions course provides full coverage of the knowledge and skills to plan, deploy, secure, support and manage Exchange Server 2013. This new and exciting course will enable you to configure Exchange Server 2013 and provide the information needed to maintain, troubleshoot and monitor Exchange Server 2013.

This new Exchange 2013 course provides you the needed training to optimize performance, minimize errors and security threats in Exchange Server 2013, as well as highlighting the considerations, guidelines, best practices and more.

Some of the skills you will learn in this class are:

  1. Deploy and manage Exchange Server 2013
  2. Monitor, maintain and troubleshoot an Exchange Server 2013 environment
  3. Configure permissions and secure Exchange Server 2013
  4. Plan message security options, implement an antivirus solution and implement an anti-spam solution
  5. Plan and configure message transport in an Exchange Server 2013 organization
  6. Plan for disaster mitigation, implement back up and recovery for Exchange Server 2013
  7. Understand and manage highly available Client Access servers in Exchange Server 2013
  8. Securely plan and configure Microsoft Outlook Web App and mobile messaging using the Client Access server
  9. Plan and implement the Client Access server role in Exchange Server 2013
  10. Manage recipient objects, address policies and address lists in Exchange Server 2013
  11. Plan and configure the Mailbox server role

What you’ll learn

  1. This course will prepare you to pass the exam Microsoft 70-341: Core Solutions of Exchange Server 2013.
  2. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to plan, deploy, manage, secure, and support Microsoft® Exchange Server 2013.

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