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70-270 & 70-290: MCSE/McSa Guide to Installing and Managing Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003
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This hands-on guidebook is designed to prepare students for the MCSE certification exam and for the challenges they will face as Microsoft networking professionals. Projects and exercises reinforce skills as they are learned and extensive test preparation resources help students get ready for exam day.
Designed to prepare students for the Microsoft MCSE Certification Exam #70-284 and for the challenges they will face as a Microsoft networking professional.
About the Author
Byron Wright is a Partner in Conexion Networks, a computer consulting firm that implements and maintains networks, e-mail systems, and security for a wide variety of organizations. In addition to possessing a Bachelor of Commerce degree (B. Comm), Wright is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), a Certified Novell Instructor (CNI), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), a Certified Novell Engineer (CNE), and Certified Linux Professional (CLP). Wright also is a sessional instructor with the University of Manitoba teaching Information Systems for the Asper School of Business. As well, Byron has authored and co-authored a number of books for Cengage - Course Technology, including MCSE Guide to Microsoft Windows Vista, MCSE Guide to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Administration, and MCSE Guide to Planning a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network. Dan DiNicolo is an independent technical trainer, consultant, and author. Dan has worked on a variety of training, consulting, and authoring projects for enterprise-level clients throughout the world, including the United States, Canada, Germany, and Ghana. Dan holds a variety of Cisco and Microsoft technical certifications including CCNA, CCDA, MCSE and MCT. His past projects have covered a variety of different environments including corporate, government, military and non-profit organizations. His main areas of expertise include network security, enterprise internetworking, directory services design, and network administration.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Introduction to Exchange Server 2003 2. Installing and Configuring Exchange Server 2003 3. Managing Recipients 4. Configuring Outlook and Outlook Web Access 5. Managing Addresses 6. Public Folders 7. Configuring and Managing Exchange Server 8. Managing Routing and Internet Connectivity 9. Managing Data Storage and Hardware Resources 10. Securing Exchange Server 2003 11. Backup and Recovery of Exchange Server 2003 12. Troubleshooting Connectivity 13. Monitoring and Troubleshooting the Server 14. Upgrading to Exchange Server 2003 Appendix: Exam Objectives Tracking for MCSE Certification Glossary Index
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