Installing and Upgrading Exchange 2000 Server

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

Overview

To describe how to install and upgrade Exchange 2000 Server

Target Audience

Students preparing for Microsoft certification in installing, configuring, and administering Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server; managers, IT consultants, analysts, network administrators, and support professionals who are responsible for implementing and supporting a messaging solution with Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server

Prerequisites

The Introducing Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server learning path or equivalent knowledge

Expected Duration

290 min.

Course Objectives

Installing and Upgrading Exchange 2000 Server

  • list the hardware requirements that must be met before Exchange 2000 Server can be installed.
  • describe the system requirements that must be met before Exchange 2000 Server can be installed.
  • set up Active Directory, forests, and domains.
  • set up the Active Directory for the installation of Exchange 2000.
  • follow the steps needed to install Exchange 2000 Server.
  • set up an Exchange mailbox.
  • create a mailbox-enabled user account and configure mailbox settings.
  • diagnose and resolve failed installations.
  • prepare Windows and Exchange 5.5 environments for upgrade to Exchange 2000 and install and configure the Active Directory Connector.
  • upgrade an existing Exchange server or build a new Exchange 2000 server.
  • configure ADC connection agreements and upgrade an existing Exchange 5.5 server to Exchange 2000.
  • diagnose and resolve problems encountered when upgrading Exchange 5.5.
  • install a new Exchange 2000 server in an existing Exchange 5.5 organization.
  • move mailboxes and public folders from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000 servers.
  • move connectors to Exchange 2000 servers.
  • diagnose and resolve problems encountered with the Active Directory Connector (ADC).
  • describe how some of the major types of client software interact with Exchange 2000 Server.
  • manage Outlook Web Access (OWA) with the Exchange System Manager and Internet Information Services and to configure the OWA client.
  • configure Outlook Web Access.
  • configure client access protocols.
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