Microsoft Exchange 2013 - 70-341

Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 201314 H 3 M

This course has a virtual lab
This course has a practice test
  • Installing Exchange 2013
    • Overview
    • Introduction to Exchange 2013
    • Exchange Server Roles
    • Preparing the Active Directory
    • Installing Exchange Server 2013
  • Mailbox Server
    • Mailbox Databases
    • Mailbox Databases Part 2
    • Public Folders
    • Address Books
    • Recipients
    • Recipients Part 2
    • Distribution Groups
    • Mailbox Delegation
    • Email Address Policies
  • Client Access Server
    • Client Connectivity
    • Autodiscover
    • Autodiscover Part 2
    • Mobile Access
    • Network Load Balancing
  • Mail Flow
    • Send/Receive Connectors
    • Transport Rules
    • Message Queues
  • Edge Transport Server
    • Installing Edge Servers
    • Installing Edge Servers Part 2
    • Configuring Rules
  • Monitoring and Maintenance
    • Monitoring and Maintenance
    • Monitoring and Maintenance Part 2
    • Monitoring and Maintenance Part 3
  • Backup and Restore
    • Database Availability Groups
    • Database Availability Groups Part 2
    • Mailbox Database Restore
    • Dial Tone Restore
    • Public Folder Restore
    • Single Mailbox Recovery


3 M

  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

Microsoft Exchange 2013 is one of the most popular commercially supports email and collaboration platforms in the world. This course helps systems administrators to quickly come up to speed on deploying and supporting each of the various services provided in Exchange. In addition to the real world skills, this course also covers each of the exam objectives required for the Microsoft 70-341 exam which counts toward the MCP and MCSE certifications.

[SOUND] In this series, we're gonna be taking a look at Microsoft Exchange 2013. We've had a lot of request from viewers out there from people implementing their own email systems and they're choosing Microsoft Exchange. They want some help to be able to do that. So that's what this series is kinda built around. Now we're using the exam objectives for the 70-341 exam to build this episode series, just to make sure we cover all that content. Because it really is a great way to get introduced to the product, as well as to get it implemented quickly and reliably. Now that means that we're gonna cover a lot of great stuff to get you exam ready, but from a practical sense what are we gonna cover? Well, in this series we're going to take a look at how to select the right edition of Microsoft Exchange, how to get Exchange installed and have the right amount of servers for your environment, get that network design properly put in place. How to implement mailbox services, which is probably the most important part of an email server is to be able to send email. But also take a look at the calendaring and other functionality that's built inside of Exchange. There is a ton of power under the hood of Exchange that makes it far more than an email server. And we're gonna take a look at all of that, right. Let's take a look at the exam objectives to get a look at some of the things we're gonna cover. I said we were gonna build this around the 70-341 exam and you'll see that it breaks things up into four categories. Installing and configuring the mailbox role, right. That's the email portion, right. Getting email set up. Installing and configuring the client access role. That's getting POP3, IMAP4, the Outlook Web App, getting those things configured, as well as the full Microsoft Outlook client and some of the advanced functionality we get with it, seeing how to get those implemented and put in place. Then we're going to move into installing and configuring transport. Now, by transport we mean what happens to our email while it moves across the network. And that might sound pretty boring, but this is where we do things like anti-spam, anti-virus. We can do compliance or regulatory compliance type rules where you do email retention or redirecting email. There's a lot of stuff you can do to email while it's in transit. It might be really complex things or really simple, like sticking a footer on the bottom that says, this is a private email, please do not disclose it, or something of that nature. There's a lot we can do there. We'll see how to manage our message queues, and so on. And then we've got designing and managing an Exchange infrastructure. When you start to build this out, you'll find that small environments have very different needs from large environments. If you just have one Exchange administrator and 20 mailboxes, you can have a really straightforward and simple Exchange deployment. But if you have 50,000 users and ten Exchange administrators, well, now things get a lot more complex and so we'll look at some of the functionality that's built into Exchange that supports that. So, all in all, it's gonna be a really good series covering all the information you need. If you wanna get certified, great. We're gonna cover all the objectives. If you're not interested in getting certified, that's fine too. We're gonna show you what you need to know about Exchange to get it deployed in your environment, and to be able to take advantage of the really cool features that are new in Exchange 2013. So, if that sounds interesting to you, then you're in the right place. Stay tuned, we've got Microsoft Exchange 2013 coming up next. [MUSIC]

Just you? Training a whole team? There's an ITProTV plan that fits.

With more than 4,000 hours of engaging video training for IT professionals, you'll find the courses you and your team need to stay current and get the latest certifications.