Exchange Server 2003: Designing Server and Client Connectivity

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

Overview

To discuss how to design server and client connectivity

Target Audience

Systems administrators, systems engineers, systems analysts, IT consultants, and IT professionals with responsibility for planning and implementing Exchange Server 2003; learners preparing for MCSE certification exams

Prerequisites

A working knowledge of Windows Server 2003 and Active Directory design; a working knowledge of Exchange Server 5.5, Exchange Server 2000 and Exchange Server 2003; a working knowledge of networking, including TCP/IP, DNS, and IIS; some understanding of Internet protocols such as POP3, IMAP4, SMTP, and HTTP may be beneficial

Expected Duration

120 min.

Course Objectives

Exchange Server 2003: Designing Server and Client Connectivity

  • design a suitable routing group topology.
  • design an appropriate routing group topology, including suitable connectors, in a given scenario.
  • design an appropriate virtual server configuration for Exchange Server 2003 in a given scenario.
  • design suitable client access to mailboxes on an Exchange Server 2003 server in a given scenario.
  • design a suitable, fault-tolerant DNS solution to support Exchange Server 2003 client connectivity in a given scenario.
  • determine the appropriate steps to take when designing client access to mailboxes in Exchange Server 2003.
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