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Lesson 1

Part 1: An Introduction to Exchange Server 2013, Downloadable Version

Understanding Exchange Server: what it is, what it requires, what roles exist in Exchange Server 2013 environments, and what has changed since the last release, Exchange 2010.

Duration: 00:23:41  File Size: 33 MB

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Lesson 2

Part 2: Deploying Exchange Server 2013, Downloadable Version

Preparing your Active Delivery, walking through a simple deployment, and getting started with two key toolsets: the Exchange Administrative Center and the Exchange Management Shell.

Duration: 00:28:07  File Size: 40 MB

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Lesson 3

Part 3: The Basics of Working With Exchange Server, Downloadable Version

Licensing Exchange Server; creating E-mail address policies, user mailboxes, and groups; working with other mailbox types; establishing Group Naming Policy, and working with DNS records.

Duration: 00:45:39  File Size: 68 MB

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Lesson 4

Part 4: Mailbox Clients, Downloadable Version

Working with the Outlook Web App, installing Office 2013, and connecting Outlook 2013.

Duration: 00:23:22  File Size: 38 MB

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Lesson 5

Part 5: Exchange Server Security, Downloadable Version

Understanding certificates; applying SSL Certificates in the Exchange Server environment; and mastering and implementing both Information Rights Management and Role Based Access Control.

Duration: 00:51:51  File Size: 77 MB

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Lesson 6

Part 6: Message Hygiene, Downloadable Version

Implementing anti-Spam agents and enabling protection against both spam and malware.

Duration: 00:22:20  File Size: 33 MB

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Lesson 7

Part 7: Mobile Messaging, Downloadable Version

Providing for all aspects of Mobile Messaging: certificates; mailboxes; mobile device provisioning, management, and troubleshooting; self-service device management, PowerShell Cmdlets, and more.

Duration: 00:36:36  File Size: 55 MB

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Lesson 8

Part 8: Exchange Server Coexistence, Downloadable Version

Performing larger-scale deployments; ensuring reliable coexistence between Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Server 2010: deploying Exchange 2013 Server into an Exchange 2010 organization; deploying Exchange 2013 Client Access, Mailbox, and Edge Transport Servers; using Virtual Directories; creating Edge Subscriptions; and performing essential cleanup tasks.

Duration: 00:50:38  File Size: 73 MB

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Lesson 9

Part 9: Phasing Out Exchange Server 2010, Downloadable Version

Understanding how Exchange Server 2013 Public Folders are different; migrating mailboxes and public folders to Exchange Server 2013; and removing Exchange 2010 from the organization.

Duration: 00:39:10  File Size: 54 MB

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Lesson 10

Part 10: Database Availability Groups, Downloadable Version

Understanding and creating Database Availability Groups; creating databases; copying management databases; creating Lagged Copies, and implementing Database Failover.

Duration: 00:39:19  File Size: 58 MB

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Part 11: High Availability for CAS Servers, Downloadable Version

Comparing CAS Server High Availability options, and responding to CAS Failures.

Duration: 00:10:56  File Size: 17 MB

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Lesson 12

Part 12: Compliance, Downloadable Version

Understanding the essentials of message compliance, and the role of Transport Rules… logging Exchange Server changes… getting started with eDiscovery… performing Multi Mailbox Search… using In Place Hold… preventing data loss, and generating audit reports.

Duration: 00:54:59  File Size: 82 MB

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Lesson 13

Part 13: Message Retention, Downloadable Version

Understanding and getting started with journaling and archiving; creating archive mailboxes; implementing Message Records Management.

Duration: 00:38:50  File Size: 58 MB

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Lesson 14

Part 14: Unified Messaging, Downloadable Version

Getting started with Unified Messaging… configuring the IP PBX so users can receive voice mail messages in their Exchange Server mailboxes… providing the highest quality end-user experience.

Duration: 00:41:12  File Size: 60 MB

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Lesson 15

Part 15: Helpful Tools, Downloadable Version

Working with the Remote Connectivity Analyzer; using the Exchange Server Deployment Assistant; understanding which tools have been retired and what to use instead.

Duration: 00:14:30  File Size: 24 MB

Description

  • Copyright 2015
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-672-33720-7
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-672-33720-8

8+ Hours of Video Instruction

Overview

Your complete hands-on video guide to deploying, configuring, and maintaining Exchange Server 2013 in any environment!

Description

These easy video LiveLessons teach you all the skills you'll need to deploy and operate Exchange Server 2013 for outstanding business value and user experience! Leading Exchange expert and long-time Microsoft MVP Brien Posey guides you through everything you need to know, hands-on, and shares powerful insider tips drawn from his 20+ years of experience running Microsoft servers. You'll walk step-by-step through planning and performing your Exchange 2013 migration… efficiently managing policies, mailboxes, clients, and databases… working with key administration and troubleshooting tools… enforcing strict security and compliance… safely providing messaging services to diverse mobile/BYOD clients… delivering voicemail to Exchange mailboxes… troubleshooting problems, and more!

About the Instructor

Brien Posey is an eleven-time Microsoft MVP with more than 20 years of IT experience. He has earned Microsoft's prestigious MVP award in multiple areas, including Windows Server, IIS, Exchange Server, and File Systems/Storage. He has been a freelance technology writer and speaker since 2001, and is author of several books and video courses, including Exchange Server Fundamentals Video Mentor. Before going freelance, he served as CIO for a national chain of hospitals and healthcare facilities, and as network engineer for the US Department of Defense at Fort Knox, where he oversaw Exchange Server.

Skill Level

  • All Levels
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

What You Will Learn

  • What's new in Exchange Server 2013, what it can do, and what it requires
  • How to efficiently and reliably deploy Exchange Server 2013
  • How to migrate to Exchange Server 2013 (or make it coexist with Exchange 2010)
  • How to manage policies, mailboxes, clients, and databases
  • How to work with the Administrative Center and Management Shell
  • How to implement and harden Exchange Server security
  • How to efficiently and safely deploy mobile messaging to diverse user devices
  • How to use Exchange Server 2013 to ensure corporate compliance
  • How to deploy Unified Messaging and provide a high-quality end-user experience

Who Should Take This Course

  • For network and/or messaging administrators (and other technical professionals) who must plan for, deploy, manage, and/or maintain Exchange Server 2013.

Course Requirements

  • Familiarity with networking and server technology

Table of Contents

Lesson 1: An Introduction to Exchange Server 2013

1.1 What is Exchange Server?

1.2 Exchange Server Roles

1.3 Exchange Server 2013 Requirements

1.4 What has Changed Since Exchange 2010

Lesson 2: Deploying Exchange Server 2013

2.1 Preparing the Active Delivery

2.2 A Simple Exchange Server Deployment

2.3 The Exchange Administrative Center

2.4 The Exchange Management Shell

Lesson 3: The Basics of Working With Exchange Server

3.1 Licensing Exchange Server

3.2 E-mail Address Policies

3.3 Creating User Mailboxes

3.4 Other Mailbox Types

3.5 Creating Groups

3.6 The Group Naming Policy

3.7 DNS Records

Lesson 4: Mailbox Clients

4.1 Outlook Web App

4.2 Installing Office 2013

4.3 Connecting Outlook 2013

Lesson 5: Exchange Server Security

5.1 An Introduction to Certificates

5.2 Applying SSL Certificates to Exchange Server

5.3 An Introduction to Information Rights Management

5.4 Implementing Information Rights Management

5.5 An Introduction to Role Based Access Control

5.6 Implementing Role Based Access Control

Lesson 6: Message Hygiene

6.1 Anti-Spam Agents

6.2 Enabling Spam Protection

6.3 Anti-malware Protection

Lesson 7: Mobile Messaging

7.1 An Introduction to Mobile Messaging

7.2 Certificate Requirements

7.3 Mailbox Policies

7.4 Mobile Device Provisioning

7.5 Mobile Device Management

7.6 Self Service Device Management

7.7 Mobile Device PowerShell Cmdlets

7.8 Mobile Device Troubleshooting

Lesson 8: Exchange Server Coexistence

8.1 Coexistence Requirements

8.2 Deploying an Exchange 2013 Server into an Exchange 2010 Organization

8.3 Deploying an Exchange 2013 Client Access Server

8.4 Deploying an Exchange 2013 Mailbox Server

8.5 Deploying an Exchange 2013 Edge Transport Server

8.6 Virtual Directories

8.7 Creating an Edge Subscription

8.8 Cleanup Tasks

Lesson 9: Phasing Out Exchange Server 2010

9.1 Migrating Mailboxes to Exchange Server 2013

9.2 An Introduction to Exchange Server 2013 Public Folders

9.4 Migrating Public Folders to Exchange 2013

9.4 Removing Exchange 2010 from the Organization

Lesson 10: Database Availability Groups

10.1 An Introduction to Database Availability Groups

10.2 Creating Databases

10.3 Creating a Database Availability Group

10.4 Management Database Copies

10.5 Creating Lagged Copies

10.6 Database Failover

Lesson 11: High Availability for CAS Servers

11.1 CAS Server High Availability Options

11.2 CAS Failures

Lesson 12: Compliance

12.1 An Introduction to Message Compliance

12.2 Transport Rules as a Compliance Feature

12.3 Logging Exchange Server Changes

12.4 An Introduction to eDiscovery

12.5 Performing a Multi Mailbox Search

12.6 In Place Hold

12.7 Data Loss Prevention

12.8 Audit Reporting

Lesson 13: Message Retention

13.1 An Introduction to Journaling

13.2 Implementing Journaling

13.3 An Introduction to Archiving

13.4 Creating Archive Mailboxes

13.5 Message Records Management

Lesson 14: Unified Messaging

14.1 An Introduction to Unified Messaging

14.2 Configuring the IP PBX

14.3 Configuring Exchange Unified Messaging

14.4 The End User Experience

Lesson 15: Helpful Tools

15.1 Remote Connectivity Analyzer

15.2 The Exchange Server Deployment Assistant

15.3 Retired Tools

Summary

Microsoft Exchange 2013 LiveLessons: Summary

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Table of Contents

Lesson 1: An Introduction to Exchange Server 2013

1.1 What is Exchange Server?

1.2 Exchange Server Roles

1.3 Exchange Server 2013 Requirements

1.4 What has Changed Since Exchange 2010

Lesson 2: Deploying Exchange Server 2013

2.1 Preparing the Active Delivery

2.2 A Simple Exchange Server Deployment

2.3 The Exchange Administrative Center

2.4 The Exchange Management Shell

Lesson 3: The Basics of Working With Exchange Server

3.1 Licensing Exchange Server

3.2 E-mail Address Policies

3.3 Creating User Mailboxes

3.4 Other Mailbox Types

3.5 Creating Groups

3.6 The Group Naming Policy

3.7 DNS Records

Lesson 4: Mailbox Clients

4.1 Outlook Web App

4.2 Installing Office 2013

4.3 Connecting Outlook 2013

Lesson 5: Exchange Server Security

5.1 An Introduction to Certificates

5.2 Applying SSL Certificates to Exchange Server

5.3 An Introduction to Information Rights Management

5.4 Implementing Information Rights Management

5.5 An Introduction to Role Based Access Control

5.6 Implementing Role Based Access Control

Lesson 6: Message Hygiene

6.1 Anti-Spam Agents

6.2 Enabling Spam Protection

6.3 Anti-malware Protection

Lesson 7: Mobile Messaging

7.1 An Introduction to Mobile Messaging

7.2 Certificate Requirements

7.3 Mailbox Policies

7.4 Mobile Device Provisioning

7.5 Mobile Device Management

7.6 Self Service Device Management

7.7 Mobile Device PowerShell Cmdlets

7.8 Mobile Device Troubleshooting

Lesson 8: Exchange Server Coexistence

8.1 Coexistence Requirements

8.2 Deploying an Exchange 2013 Server into an Exchange 2010 Organization

8.3 Deploying an Exchange 2013 Client Access Server

8.4 Deploying an Exchange 2013 Mailbox Server

8.5 Deploying an Exchange 2013 Edge Transport Server

8.6 Virtual Directories

8.7 Creating an Edge Subscription

8.8 Cleanup Tasks

Lesson 9: Phasing Out Exchange Server 2010

9.1 Migrating Mailboxes to Exchange Server 2013

9.2 An Introduction to Exchange Server 2013 Public Folders

9.4 Migrating Public Folders to Exchange 2013

9.4 Removing Exchange 2010 from the Organization

Lesson 10: Database Availability Groups

10.1 An Introduction to Database Availability Groups

10.2 Creating Databases

10.3 Creating a Database Availability Group

10.4 Management Database Copies

10.5 Creating Lagged Copies

10.6 Database Failover

Lesson 11: High Availability for CAS Servers

11.1 CAS Server High Availability Options

11.2 CAS Failures

Lesson 12: Compliance

12.1 An Introduction to Message Compliance

12.2 Transport Rules as a Compliance Feature

12.3 Logging Exchange Server Changes

12.4 An Introduction to eDiscovery

12.5 Performing a Multi Mailbox Search

12.6 In Place Hold

12.7 Data Loss Prevention

12.8 Audit Reporting

Lesson 13: Message Retention

13.1 An Introduction to Journaling

13.2 Implementing Journaling

13.3 An Introduction to Archiving

13.4 Creating Archive Mailboxes

13.5 Message Records Management

Lesson 14: Unified Messaging

14.1 An Introduction to Unified Messaging

14.2 Configuring the IP PBX

14.3 Configuring Exchange Unified Messaging

14.4 The End User Experience

Lesson 15: Helpful Tools

15.1 Remote Connectivity Analyzer

15.2 The Exchange Server Deployment Assistant

15.3 Retired Tools

Summary

Microsoft Exchange 2013 LiveLessons: Summary

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