Synopses & Reviews
Assess your readiness for MCTS Exam 70-662—and quickly identify where you need to focus and practice. This practical, streamlined guide walks you through each exam objective, providing "need to know" checklists, review questions, tips, and links to further study—all designed to help bolster your preparation.
Reinforce your exam prep with a Rapid Review of these objectives:
- Installing and Configuring Exchange Servers
- Configuring Exchange Recipients and Public Folders
- Configuring Client Access
- Configuring Message Transport
- Monitoring and Reporting
- Implementing High Availability and Recovery
- Configuring Message Compliance and Security Features
This book is an ideal complement to the in-depth training of the Microsoft Press Training Kit and other exam-prep resources for Exam 70-662.
About the Author
Ian McLean, MCITP, MCDBA, MCT, has 40 years of experience in industry, commerce, and education. He's written 18 books, including coauthoring MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-291): Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure, Second Edition, plus many technical articles and papers. He currently runs his own consulting company.
Table of Contents
; Introduction; Microsoft-Certified Professional Program; Acknowledgments; Support and Feedback; Errata; We Want to Hear from You; Stay in Touch; Chapter 1: Installing and Configuring Exchange Servers; 1.1 Objective 1.1: Prepare the infrastructure for Exchange; 1.2 Objective 1.2: Install Exchange prerequisites; 1.3 Objective 1.3: Install Exchange roles; 1.4 Objective 1.4: Create and Configure databases; 1.5 Objective 1.5: Create and configure address lists; 1.6 Answers; Chapter 2: Configuring Exchange Recipients and Public Folders; 2.1 Objective 2.1: Create and configure mailboxes; 2.2 Objective 2.2: Configure RBAC; 2.3 Objective 2.3: Create and configure resource mailboxes and shared mailboxes; 2.4 Objective 2.4: Create and configure recipients and distribution groups; 2.5 Objective 2.5: Create and configure public folders; 2.6 Answers; Chapter 3: Configuring Client Access; 3.1 Objective 3.1: Configure POP, IMAP, and Microsoft ActiveSync; 3.2 Objective 3.2: Configure Outlook Anywhere and RPC client access; 3.3 Objective 3.3: Configure federated sharing; 3.4 Objective 3.4 Configure Outlook Web App (OWA); 3.5 Answers; Chapter 4: Configuring Message Transport; 4.1 Objective 4.1: Create and configure transport rules; 4.2 Objective 4.2: Configure Hub transport; 4.3 Objective 4.3: Configure Edge transport; 4.4 Objective 4.4: Configure message routing; 4.5 Answers; Chapter 5: Monitoring and Reporting; 5.1 Objective 5.1: Monitor databases; 5.2 Objective 5.2: Monitor mail flow; 5.3 Objective 5.3: Monitor connectivity; 5.4 Objective 5.4: Generate reports; 5.5 Objective 5.5: Configure logging; 5.6 Answers; Chapter 6: Implementing High Availability and Recovery; 6.1 Objective 6.1: Create and configure the Database Availability Group (DAG); 6.2 Objective 6.2: Perform backup and restore of data; 6.3 Objective 6.3: Configure public folders for high availability; 6.4 Objective 6.4: Configure high availability for non-mailbox servers; 6.5 Objective 6.5: Back up and recover server roles; 6.6 Answers; Chapter 7: Configuring Message Compliance and Security; 7.1 Objective 7.1: Configure records management; 7.2 Objective 7.2: Configure compliance; 7.3 Objective 7.3: Configure message integrity; 7.4 Objective 7.4: Configure anti-virus and anti-spam; 7.5 Answers; About the Author;