Deploying and Troubleshooting Exchange 2000 Server

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


To describe how to use deployment techniques and how to troubleshoot problems with Exchange 2000 Server

Target Audience

Students preparing for Microsoft Exam 70-225 Designing and Deploying a Messaging Infrastructure with Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, IS administrators, network administrators, IS consultants, and staff involved in the support of IS systems who wish to attain an understanding of the design and deployment of Exchange 2000


The Introducing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server learning path or knowledge of Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5, a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, a working knowledge of networking (TCP/IP, DNS, IIS), and a working knowledge of Internet protocols (POP3, HTTP, etc.)

Expected Duration

305 min.

Course Objectives

Deploying and Troubleshooting Exchange 2000 Server

  • deploy routing groups as part of an Exchange 2000 deployment.
  • deploy foreign connectors.
  • explain how to deploy administrative groups in native-mode and in mixed-mode Exchange organizations.
  • deploy administrative groups, routing groups, and connectors.
  • plan the deployment of MAPI and IMAP4 clients.
  • plan the deployment of POP3 and HTTP mail clients.
  • plan deployments for messaging clients.
  • describe Windows 2000 clustering.
  • deploy an Exchange 2000 Server messaging solution in a cluster environment.
  • deploy Exchange 2000 Server in a cluster.
  • resolve problems with e-mail delivery and foreign connections.
  • resolve problems with address synchronization and name resolution.
  • diagnose and resolve various problems with interoperability.
  • resolve failed deployments that require a rollback to Exchange Server 5.5 and use ADClean to resolve duplicate account problems.
  • plan an Exchange 2000 deployment that prevents permissions and security problems.
  • resolve problems with sending and receiving e-mail.
  • resolve problems with DNS name resolution and those involving resource limitations.
  • resolve various deployment problems.
  • troubleshoot deployment problems.