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Microsoft 70 342 Advanced Solutions Of Exchange Server 2013




Microsoft windows Server Professional Course


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Regular Offline and Online Live Training


Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

Fast Track and Regular 60 Days

Microsoft windows Server What will you learn?

•Learn how to work with Microsoft windows Server.
•You will learn how to write Microsoft windows Server.
•Learn to how to code and deploy Microsoft windows Server
•How to store and handle file upload in Microsoft windows Server.
•Learn How To Create Your Microsoft windows Server In Easy Steps
•How to build your own apps and scripts using Microsoft windows Server.
•Learn to code in Microsoft windows Server from scratch with hands-on projects
•Feel more confident in handling real life scenarios and writing complex codes
•Gain the ability to adapt to any coding language with the concepts of Microsoft windows Server

microsoft 70 342 advanced solutions of exchange server 2013 Training Features

•Get job-ready for an in-demand career
•Basic Training starting with fundamentals
•Fast Track course available with best Fees
•The courses range from basic to advanced level
•Facility of Lab on cloud available (based on booking)
•Collaboration With 500+ Clients for Placements and Knowledge Sessions
•Training time :  Week Day / Week End – Any Day Any Time – Students can come and study
• Our dedicated HR department will help you search jobs as per your module & skill set, thus, drastically reducing the job search time

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•Android, Android Sdk, Freshers, Electronics, Java, Android Developer,,, Application Support, Software Engineering, Advanced Java, android
•Cognos Developer, Ab initio developer, Java Developers, .net Architects, Informatica, MSBI, Tivoli Monitoring, Oracle Apps functional and technical, change
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•UI/Web Developer, UX Designer, Java Developer, PHP Developer, IOS/Android Developer, Business Development Executive, .NET Developer, .NET Lead, PHP Lead


Exchange 2013
•Practice Lab Environment
•Module 1
•Virtualization and Microsoft Exchange 2013
•Hyper-V Features and Requirements
•Hyper-V Storage
•Hyper-V Best Practices
•Site Resilience
•Virtualization Candidates
•Hypervisor and VM Requirements
•Designing a Virtual Mailbox Server Deployment
•To Virtualize or Not?
•Module 1 Summary
•Module 2
•Overview of Exchange 2013 Unified Messaging
•Circuit Switched vs Packet Switched Networks
•What is Private Branch Exchange (PBX)?
•Telephoning Terminology
•VoIP and VoIP Protocols
•IP Gateway
•Unified Messaging (UM) Features
•Exchange Unified Messaging Services and Ports
•UM Objects
•UM Clients, Attendants and Call Answering Rules
•Module 2 Summary
•Module 3
•Planning and Implementing Unified Messaging
•Planning Exchange 2013 Unified Messaging
•UM Infrastructure Requirements
•UM Planning Considerations
•Hardware Requirements
•UM High Availability and Office 365
•UM Security
•Codecs and File Formats
•Creating and Configuring UM Components
•Configuring UM Dial Plans and UM Gateways
•Configuring a Hunt Group
•Configuring UM Mailbox Policies
•Configuring Auto Attendants
•Protected Voice Mail
•Integrating UM with Lync Server 2013
•Module 3 Summary
•Module 4
•Site Resilience in Exchange Server 2013
•Infrastructure Components and High Availability (HA)
•DAGS and Load Balanced CAS Servers
•Transport HA and Shadow Safety Net
•Planning Site Resilience
•Planning Site Resilience for CAS
•Planning Site Resilience for Databases
•Planning Quorum
•Transporting Site Resilience
•Configuring Site Resilience for Client Connections
•Configuring Databases for Site Resilience
•Site Wide Failure Switchover Process
•Designing Site Resilience
•Module 4 Summary
•Module 5
•Messaging Policy and Compliance
•Examples of Compliance Requirements
•Enforcing Transport Compliance
•Creating Transport Roles
•Message Classifications
•Message Moderation and Journaling
•Journaling Setup and Configuring Group Moderation
•AD RMS Integration
•Transport and Outlook Protection Rules
•Transport and Journal Report Decryption
•Implementing AD RMS Integration
•Module 5 Summary
•Module 6
•Message Retention
•Features of Archiving
•Messaging Records Management (MRM) Options
•Native In-Place Archiving
•In-Place Archiving for Lync Server 2013
•Configuration and Setup of In-Place Archiving
•Retention Tags
•Retention and Archive Policies
•Configuring MRM
•Module 6 Summary
•Module 7
•Messaging Compliance
•In-Place Hold
•Configuring an In-Place Hold
•Things to Know
•Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
•DLP Policies
•Configuring a DLP Policy
•Policy Tips
•Performing an eDiscovery Search
•Integrating eDiscovery with SharePoint 2013
•Module 7 Summary
•Module 8
•Administrative Security and Auditing
•Role Based Access Control (RBAC) and Components
•Management Role Groups
•RBAC Best Practices
•Testing RBAC
•Role Assignment Policy
•Modifying Management Role Assignment Policy
•Module 8 Summary
•Module 9
•The Exchange Management Shell (EMS)
•PowerShell 3.0 New Features
•Windows PowerShell Modules
•Using PowerShell Remotely
•Using the Exchange Management Shell
•Working with PowerShell
•PowerShell Variables and Loops and Scripts
•Managing Exchange 2013 with The EMS
•Exchange Management Shell Demo
•Test Cmdlets
•Creating and Running PowerShell Jobs
•Windows PowerShell Workflows
•Monitoring Exchange Using EMS
•Module 9 Summary
•Module 10
•Exchange Online
•What is Exchange Online?
•Migrating to Exchange Online
•Hybrid Deployment
•Module 10 Summary
•Module 11
•Messaging Coexistence
•Integration Scenarios and Federation
•Organization Relationships and Sharing Policies
•Coexistence Between Exchange Organizations
•Cross Forest Mailbox Moves
•Module 11 Summary
•Program Close