Saturday, 1 May 2010

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Ignite Workshop Training Course 10150A-BLURAY | 22GB

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Ignite Workshop Training Course 10150A-BLURAY | 22GB

Microsoft Exchange Server 
2010 Ignite Workshop Training

Exchange Server 2010 is the next major version of Exchange. It has been redesigned to enhance the information worker experience as well as making

administration easier. Key new features include email archiving, more powerful retention policies, automated rights management email protection, easier inbox

navigation, enhanced voice mail capabilities and calendar sharing capabilities with people outside your organization for better collaboration. It also

includes a single platform for high availability and disaster recovery, role-based administration and user self-service. Finally, it has been built to either

be run on premise or in a hosted environment. This Exchange Server 2010 Ignite content (3 days – 300 level) includes VM images, lab documents, slide modules,

and additional supporting documents on this new release.

Course OutlineModule 1: Exchanger Server 2010 (Beta) Overview
This module is an overview of the key new features of Exchange Server 2010 (Beta). This module also details the Exchange Server 2010 supported scenarios.
* Flexible And Reliable
* Anywhere Access
* Protection and Compliance
* All Optimized for Software + Services

Module 2: Setup, Deployment, and Server Role Configuration
This module will review topics covering deploying Exchange Server 2010 and configuring the various server roles.
* Deployment scenarios
* Deployment prerequisites
* Role configuration
* Virtualization deployment guidelines

Lab : Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Setup, Deployment and Transitioning from Exchange 2007
* During this lab, you will learn how to setup Exchange Server 2010 (Beta), using the Exchange Setup Wizard. You will also learn Server Role Configuration.

(Note: The intent is to perform the lab during the presentation so the students have a hands on lab experience while learning about Setup.)

Module 3: Planning & Sizing Issues
This module explains the various tools and planning processes an IT Admin should go through designing an Exchange 2010 implementation.
* Overview of product team testing and guidance process
* Guidelines and ratios
* Role specific details
* Toolkit for planning and sizing

Lab : Using Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Tools to Plan a Deployment
* Install Loadgen
* Configure the Reliability and Performance Monitor
* Configure Loadgen
* Execute Loadgen
* Interpret Loadgen Results
* (Note: The intent of the lab is to learn the thought processes and tools. The data may not be correct, as in a VM lab environment, there are other factors

which may skew data.)

Module 4: Client Access Server
This module explains the new Client Access Server (CAS) functions Exchange Server 2010 (Beta). It also goes through a number of Exchange Server 2003 and

Exchange Server 2007 migration scenarios.
* Client Access Server (CAS) functions
* What’s new in Exchange Server 2010 (Beta)
* Exchange Server 2003/Exchange Server 2007 Migration Scenarios to Exchange Server 2010 (Beta)
* Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and certificate considerations

Module 5: Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) End User (IW) Experience
This module explains the IW (End User Experience) of using Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) taking the student through new mobility features, Windows Mobile 6.5

and Outlook Web Access.
* Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Architecture overview
* Mobility Feature Set in Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) and Windows Mobile 6.5
* Demo (if applicable)
* Outlook Web Access Feature Set in Exchange Server 2010 (Beta)
* Demo (if applicable)

Module 6: Federation Scenarios
This module explains how to the various federation scenarios in Exchange Server 2010 (Beta).
* Why Federation in an Enterprise Environment
* Delegation Scenario Services
* End User Services
* Configuration and setting up Federation
* Calendar Sharing
* Overview of the flow of Federation

Module 7: Transport, Routing and Information Leakage Protection and Control (IPC)
This module explains Transport and Routing and Transport Security in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 (Beta).
* Transport and routing
* Information Leakage Protection and Control (IPC)

Lab : Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Transport Routing
* Understand new high availability features of Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) transport
* Test and validate Shadow Messaging
* Test and validate failover/self-healing of connectors and transport services
* Test and validate the Automated Service Recovery feature

Lab : Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Compliance: Information Leakage Protection and Control
* Configure Rights Management Service (RMS) and integrate RMS as a component of Exchange 2010 transport security
* Configure transport rules to RMS protect e-mails
* Test and validate Information Rights Managed protection on various e-mail

Module 8: Compliance: Archiving and Retention
This module explains the new feature of Compliance: Archiving and Retention in Exchange Server 2010 (Beta).
* Compliance Framework
* IW & IT Pro Pain Points
* Archive – IW Experience
* Archive – IT Pro Experience
* Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Archiving Features Summary

Module 9: Unified Messaging
This module explains the new features of Unified Messaging in Exchange Server 2010 (Beta).
* UM Architecture
* Customer research and feedback
* How Exchange Unified Messaging (UM) is used at Microsoft
* Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) UM

Lab : Configuring Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Unified Messaging
* Configure Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Unified Messaging
* Experience the features of Unified Messaging

Module 10: Storage
This module explains the new features of Storage in Exchange Server 2010 (Beta).
* Exchange storage background
* Disk storage technology 2010+
* Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) storage architecture
* Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) storage design

Module 11: High Availability
This module explains the concepts and new High Availability features in Exchange 2010 Server (Beta).
* Review of Exchange Server 2007 Availability Solutions
* Overview of Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) High Availability
* Key New High Availability features

Lab : Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) High Availability and Storage Scenarios
* Install the Mailbox Server Role
* Create a New Database Availability Group (DAG)
* Manage the DAG and perform a Database Switch-over
* Simulate a Disk Failure and Test Fail-over

Module 12: Management Tools & RBAC
This module explains the new Management Tools & Role Based Access Control (RBAC) features in Exchange Server 2010 (Beta).
* Understand the Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Management Tool set
* Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Management Tools new capabilities and application of them
* What is Role Based Access Control and how to delegate administrative functions
* Discover the Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Control Panel (ECP)
* Learn how to manage an Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) server using Remote PowerShell

Lab : Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) RBAC, ECP, and Remote Management
* Review the built-in Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) roles
* Create users, create custom roles, assign and test user roles
* Use the Exchange Control Panel (ECP)
* Install PowerShell V2 and Windows Remote Management (WinRM)
* Use Remote Management to connect to an Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) server
* Create a new resource mailbox using Remote PowerShell

Module 13: Technical Architectural Wrap-up and Transition/Migration Topics
This module explains the Technical Architectural aspects of Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) and goes through the various transition and co-existence issues that

need to be addressed in a deployment.
* Review Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) key architecture changesDiscuss Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) transition and co-existences scenariosDiscuss how to prepare

your environment for Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) today

Module 14: Online Roadmap
This module explains the Online Roadmap for Exchange Online and how Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) enhances those capabilities.

* Overview of today’s current exchange online offering
* New core capabilities: How Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) closes existing gaps between the capabilities of Exchange Server and Exchange Online
* Hybrid deployment deployments of on-premises and hosted users
* Management: How Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) management tools can be used to manage a hosted Exchange environment

Module 15: Developer Tools
This additional module explains the updated Developer Tools that will work with Exchange Server 2010 (Beta).
* Changes to the Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) application programming interfaces (APIs)
* Exchange Web Services (EWS)
* PowerShell development
* Transport APIs
* What technology should I use?

Module 16: Additional Labs Included with Ignite-In-A-BoxLab : Configuring Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) Unified Messaging and OCS 2007 R2 Integration
* Configure interoperability between Office Communications Server 2007 R2 and Unified Messaging
* Experience the additional features of Microsoft Unified Communications
* Configure transport rules for e-mail supervision and approval
* Configure group membership approval
* Configure group moderation
* Configure disclaimers

Lab : Transitioning from Exchange Server 2007 to Exchange Server 2010 (Beta)
* During this lab, you will move mailboxes and other services from the Exchange Server 2007 server to the Exchange Server 2010 (Beta) server that were

installed in Setup Lab. (Note: Due to the fact this is an early beta build of Exchange Server 2010, some features will not be working yet.

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Extract to a temp folder (21gbs) .... and run "E14 Installer.exe" in the E2010_VirtualMachines and let it work its magic. Seems you need Vista+ to run the

later part of the installer.