Designing an Exchange 2000 Model

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

Overview

To explain how to analyze the design of an organization’s administrative model and routing group topology

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

Prerequisites

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

310 min.

Course Objectives

Designing an Exchange 2000 Model

  • design an Exchange 2000 server routing group topology.
  • design an Exchange 2000 server administrative model.
  • identify the best routing and administrative model solution for a particular company.
  • identify issues relating to company and geographical structure when planning public folder usage and implementation.
  • identify issues relating to policies and permissions when planning public folder usage and implementation.
  • identify issues relating to replication and indexing when planning public folder usage and implementation.
  • plan public folder implementation.
  • designate and design servers.
  • plan the design of server hardware and disk configurations for achieving fault tolerance and increased performance.
  • plan traffic flow.
  • design and designate resources to maximum effect for Exchange 2000.
  • explain how to secure Exchange 2000 Server against external and internal attacks.
  • design an authentication and encryption strategy.
  • design a security plan.
  • design a backup solution.
  • design a recovery solution.
  • design a fault-tolerance solution.
  • design fault-tolerance and data-recovery solutions in various scenarios.
  • plan for fault tolerance, security, and data recovery.
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