Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 – Core Solutions: Client Access Servers
Senior Exchange administrators responsible for enterprise level Exchange messaging environments. Candidates with a minimum of 3 years experience administering, deploying, managing, monitoring, upgrading, migrating, and designing Exchange servers.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 consists of two server roles: the Client Access server and the Mailbox server. This course covers the architectural changes that are new in Exchange Server 2013, and focuses on the Client Access server role, and the variety of services it provides.This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 exam 70-341 Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. This exam is one of the requirements for the MCSE: Messaging certification path.
Planning and Configuring the Client Access Server
- recognize the considerations when configuring or planning a Client Access Server
- identify the clients that are natively supported in Exchange Server 2013
- recognize what configurations Client Access Server can adjust
- recognize Client Access Server (CAS) authentication type attributes
Services Provided by the Client Access Server
- recognize services that are provided by the Client Access Server role
- recognize Exchange Server 2013 availability service attributes
- demonstrate how to configure: A Client Access Server certificate, Integrated Windows Authentication, MailTips