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Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Resource Kitby Rui Maximo
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In-depth, comprehensive, and fully revised for R2--this RESOURCE KIT delivers the information you need to deploy, manage, and troubleshoot Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2. Get technical insights, scenarios, and best practices from those who know the technology best--the engineers who designed and developed it--along with 90+ Windows PowerShell(TM) scripts, bonus references, and other essential resources on CD.
Get expert advice on how to:
Plan server roles, infrastructure, topology, and security Design and manage enterprise instant messaging (IM), presence, and conferencing solutions Configure voice mail, enterprise voice, dual-forking (PBX), and VoIP Apply industry best practices for deployment Manage Unified Communications clients and devices Administer remote access, federation, and public IM Understand SIP and authentication technologies Implement a cross-team backup-and-restore plan Automate management tasks--sample scripts included Monitor, diagnose, and troubleshoot problems more efficiently
90+ Windows PowerShell scripts for automating administrative tasks Office Communication Server Resource Kit tools Links to references and webcasts Understanding Microsoft Virtualization Solutions eBook Four appendixes, including Windows PowerShell functions, Direct SIP with IP-PBX, and A/V troubleshooting Bonus content--Chapters from 15 related Microsoft Press(R) books Fully searchable eBook of this guide
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With contributions by Microsoft insiders from the product, user assistance, and field teams, this book/CD-ROM resource gives technical insights, scenarios, and best practices for deploying, managing, and troubleshooting Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2, along with Windows PowerShell scripts and other resources on the CD/ROM. This Release 2 edition contains five new chapters on topics such as voice mail, Private Branch eXchange integration, and client deployment, as well as an updated troubleshooting chapter, and updated scripts that are easier to customize. The CD-ROM contains scripts for automating administrative tasks, tools from the Office Communication Server Resource Kit, links to references and webcasts, and appendixes on Windows PowerShell functions, Direct SIP with IP-PBX, and A/V troubleshooting. It also supplies chapters from 15 related Microsoft Press books, and a searchable e-book of this guide, plus another e-book on Microsoft Virtualization solutions. Maximo is a senior technical writer in the Office Communications Group. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
In-depth, comprehensive, and fully revised for R2—this RESOURCE KIT delivers the information you need to deploy, manage, and troubleshoot Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2. Get technical insights, scenarios, and best practices from those who know the technology best—the engineers who designed and developed it—along with 90+ Windows PowerShell scripts, bonus references, and other essential resources on CD.
Get expert advice on how to:
For customers who purchase an ebook version of this title, instructions for downloading the CD files can be found in the ebook.
About the Author
With 18 years of experience in the software industry, Rui Maximo had the opportunity to work on over 20 commercial software products for Microsoft, IBM, RSA, Greenplum, and startups. He has held various roles over the years as software design engineer, program manager, software test engineer, consultant, author, presenter, and instructor.
Rui's areas of expertise include: - software design and development - security - Technical writing - Analytics - Unified Communications - Directory services - Programming
Rick Kingslan is a Microsoft senior technical writer, trainer, and consultant with expertise helping customers implement infrastructure services, including Office Communications Server.
Rajesh Ramanathan led the team that shipped VoIP, IM, and conferencing for Communicator 2007, and has extensive background in telecommunications, protocols, and application development.
Nirav Kamdar is a development lead on the Office Communications Server team, and previously served on the Microsoft Exchange, Office, and Windows® engineering teams.
Table of Contents
ForewordAcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart I: Overview and ArchitectureChapter 1: Overview of Office Communications Server 2007 R2Chapter 2: New Features OverviewChapter 3: Server RolesChapter 4: Infrastructure and Security ConsiderationsPart II: Key Usage ScenariosChapter 5: Basic IM and Presence ScenariosChapter 6: Conferencing ScenariosChapter 7: Remote Access and Federation ScenariosChapter 8: Public IM Connectivity ScenariosChapter 9: Remote Call Control ScenariosChapter 10: Dual Forking ScenariosChapter 11: VoIP ScenariosChapter 12: Voice Mail ScenariosChapter 13: Enterprise Voice Application ScenariosPart III: Planning and DeploymentChapter 14: Planning ExampleChapter 15: Deployment ExamplePart IV: Operations and AdministrationChapter 16: MonitoringChapter 17: Backup and RestoreChapter 18: AdministrationChapter 19: Client and Device AdministrationPart V: Technical Troubleshooting and DiagnosticsChapter 20: Diagnostic Tools and ResourcesChapter 21: Troubleshooting ProblemsChapter 22: Routing and AuthenticationAbout the AuthorsSystem Requirements
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