Exchange Server 2010 SP1: High Availability
Systems administrators, systems engineers, systems analysts, IT consultants, and support professionals with responsibility for planning, implementing, and maintaining Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1; learners preparing for the MCTS and MCITP certification exams. A working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and a working knowledge of networking, including TCP/IP, DNS, and IIS, and an understanding of Internet protocols, such as POP3, IMAP4, SMTP, and HTTP may be beneficial.
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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 SP1 includes 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.
Exchange Server 2010 Database Availability Groups
- 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
- create and populate a Database Availability Group
High Availability for Exchange Server Roles
- identify the end-to-end availability features in Exchange Server 2010
- describe the new and improved availability features in Exchange Server 2010 SP1
- use the EMC to configure public folder replication
- configure public folder replication