Exchange Server 2010 High Availability

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


With e-mail becoming one of the most popular choices for business communications, it is now more important than ever for e-mail to always be accessible to users. Exchange Server 2010 introduces Database Availability Groups (DAG), which ensures e-mail will always be available to users; DAG replaces Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) and Standby Continuous Replication (SCR). Also discussed is high-availability options for non-mailbox server roles as well as public folders.

Target Audience

Systems administrators, systems engineers, systems analysts, IT consultants, and support professionals with responsibility for planning, implementing, and maintaining Microsoft Exchange Server 2010; learners preparing for the MCTS and MCITP certification exams.


A working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 2008; a working knowledge of networking, including TCP/IP, DNS, and IIS; an understanding of Internet protocols, such as POP3, IMAP4, SMTP, and HTTP may be beneficial

Expected Duration

60 min.

Course Objectives

Database Availability Groups In Exchange Server 2010

  • use the EMC to add member mailbox servers to a Database Availability Group
  • identify the features of Database Availability Groups in Exchange Server 2010
  • use the EMC to create a Database Availability Group
  • Creating Database Availability Groups in Exchange Server 2010

  • create and populate a Database Availability Group
  • Non-Mailbox Server and End-to-End High Availability Options

  • identify the end-to-end availability features in Exchange Server 2010
  • Public Folder Availability in Exchange Server 2010

  • use the EMC to configure public folder replication
  • Configuring Public Folder Replication in Exchange Server 2010