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1 Lesson Plans Configuring Exchange Server 2007 (Exam ) Version 2.1

2 Table of Contents Course Overview... 2 Section 1.1: Server-based Messaging... 4 Section 1.2: Exchange Versions... 5 Section 1.3: Exchange Concepts... 6 Section 1.4: Administration Tools... 7 Section 2.1: Infrastructure Preparation... 8 Section 2.2: Server Preparation... 9 Section 2.3: Installation Section 2.4: Post Installation Section 3.1: Storage Section 3.2: Storage Management Section 4.1: Recipient Types Section 4.2: Recipient Management Section 4.3: Recipient and Mailbox Management Section 4.4: Bulk Recipient Management Section 4.5: Address Policies Section 5.1: Client Access Servers Section 5.2: Exchange Clients Section 5.3: Client Access Configuration Section 5.4: Policy Management Section 6.1: Public Folders Section 6.2: Public Folder Client Access Section 7.1: Message Flow Concepts Section 7.2: Connectors Section 7.3: Transport Policies Section 7.4: Edge Transport Servers Section 7.5: Anti-spam and Antivirus Section 8.1: High Availability Section 8.2: Data Recovery Section 8.3: Database Backup and Restore Section 8.4: Server Backup and Recovery Section 8.5: Disaster Recovery Review Section 9.1: System Performance Section 9.2: Client and Server Reports Section 9.3: Queue Management Section 9.4: Message Tracking and Mail Flow Section 10.1: Administrative Permissions Practice Exams

3 Course Overview This course prepares students for Exam : Configuring Exchange Server It focuses on using installing, configuring, and managing Exchange Server Module 1 Exchange Server 2007 This module discusses the messaging methods, versions of Exchange, and components used to organize and administer Exchange. Students will become familiar with server roles, administrator roles, and the administration tools used in an Exchange Server 2007 environment. Module 2 Installation and Configuration This module examines the installation and configuration of Exchange Topics covered include; preparing the infrastructure and server for Exchange 2007, installing Exchange 2007, and exploring post installation tasks. Module 3 Storage Management In this module students will learn concepts about storing data within Exchange They will become familiar with commands and switches used in storage management. Module 4 Recipients This module teaches the students about types of Exchange 2007 recipients and managing recipients. They will also learn how to configure recipient properties and manage mailboxes, perform bulk recipient management, and configure address policies. Module 5 Client Access This module discusses concepts about client access. Students will study the role of client access servers, providing connectivity for Exchange clients, and client access configuration and deployment. Module 6 Public Folders This module examines the role and management of public folders, and the client access of public folders. Module 7 Message Flow In this module students will learn concepts about message flow. Students will learn about configuring connectors, transport policies, and Edge Transport servers. They will also learn about configuring anti-spam and antivirus to detect and reduce malware. Module 8 Availability and Recovery This module discusses providing high availability with redundancy. Also discussed are the elements that help to provide recovery of messaging data; database backup, server backup, and disaster recovery. 2

4 Module 9 Monitoring and Reporting In this module students will learn tools used to monitor performance and report statistics. Students will become familiar with gathering statistics for client and server reports, managing the queue for the Exchange 2007 messaging environment, and performing message tracking. Module 10 Administrative Permissions This module discusses concepts about using administrative permissions to assign permission to users based on administrative tasks. Practice Exams In Practice Exams students will have the opportunity to test themselves and verify that they understand the concepts and are ready to take the certification exam. 3

5 Section 1.1: Server-based Messaging This section discusses messaging methods that have been used in Exchange environments to deliver messages: File based messaging Client/server messaging How does file-based messaging message storage differ from client/server messaging message storage? How does new message notification differ between file-based messaging and client/server messaging? How does client/server messaging reduce network traffic? Where are messages written in file-based messaging? About 5 minutes 4

6 Section 1.2: Exchange Versions In this section students will learn about previous and current Exchange versions. Previous versions of Microsoft Exchange Server: o Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 o Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 o Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Current Exchange 2007 versions: o Standard Edition o Enterprise Edition Which role cannot be installed with other server roles? How does role-based setup affect system maintenance? How can compliance and journaling help your company meet message flow control requirements? What affect does the 64-bit architecture have on hardware resources? About 30 minutes 5

7 Section 1.3: Exchange Concepts This section examines Exchange concepts that are used within a messaging environment. Concepts covered include: Server roles in an Exchange 2007 environment. Basic components used to organize and administer Exchange. Protocols that Exchange 2007 uses. Exchange 2007 predefined administrator roles Configure Exchange server roles. Why does a site with a Mailbox server also require a Client Access server? What is the Hub Transport server's role in sending and receiving messages? Which Exchange server role cannot co-exist with any other role? How does an Edge Transport server get Active Directory information if it is not a domain member? What is the difference between Exchange Organization Administrator and Exchange View-only Administrator? Why would Exchange Server Administrators also need to belong to the Exchange View-Only Administrator group? How does an Exchange Public Folder Administrator differ from an Exchange Recipient Administrator? About 20 minutes 6

8 Section 1.4: Administration Tools This section provides information about the following administration tools: Exchange 2007 Management Console Exchange 2007 Management Shell. Perform administrative tasks using the Exchange Management Console and the Exchange Management Shell. Which management console node would you use to manage mailbox databases? Which management console node would you enter to manage user mailboxes? What is the difference between a Set- command and a Get- command? What character do you use to pipe the result from one command into another command? What parameter would you use to return more detailed information than is returned by default with a Get- command? About 25 minutes 7

9 Section 2.1: Infrastructure Preparation This section discusses preparing the infrastructure for Exchange Concepts covered include: The role of Active Directory concerning Exchange. Active Directory requirements for installing Exchange. Changes that will take place in Active Directory when Exchange is installed. Permissions required to perform specific tasks. Special considerations. DNS infrastructure considerations Prepare the infrastructure for Exchange installation. How does Exchange 2007 modify the Active Directory schema? What functions are performed by Setup /PrepareAD? What permissions are required to run Setup /PrepareDomain? What is the difference between Setup /pd and Setup /pad? Which other commands' tasks are accomplished when you run Setup /PrepareAD? Assuming you have all permissions to Active Directory and Exchange, what is the most efficient way to prepare Active Directory for Exchange installation? About 25 minutes 7 questions 8

10 Section 2.2: Server Preparation This section examines preparing the server to install Exchange Concepts covered include: Hardware and directory requirements. Software requirements. Components required by server roles. Components required for client computers or mobile devices Prepare the servers for Exchange installation. What components need to be installed before installing Exchange for any server role? What additional components are required by a Mailbox server? What are the minimum hardware requirements for Exchange Server 2007? How do the RAM requirements for a Mailbox server differ from those of a Client Access server? When do you install the SMTP and NNTP components on the Edge Transport server? About 15 minutes 9 questions 9

11 Section 2.3: Installation This section discusses installation of Exchange Concepts covered include: Permissions required to install Exchange 2007 on a server. Methods of running the server installation. Commands to install Exchange 2007 from a command line in unattended mode. Considerations for server role deployment. Run Exchange Server 2007 setup from either the Management Console or the Management Shell Install Exchange. Which command do you run to install the Mailbox server role? The Client Access server role? Which switch would you use to add a role to an existing Exchange server? When would you use the Upgrade option? How do you prevent a transport server from starting automatically following server installation? What is the effect of installing the Unified Messaging server role and the Mailbox server role on the same machine? About 45 minutes 12 questions 10

12 Section 2.4: Post Installation In this section students will explore post installation tasks. Concepts covered include: The role of accepted domains. Methods to create accepted domains. Using the Security Configuration Wizard to reduce security vulnerabilities. Create and manage accepted domains. Use the Security Configuration Wizard to analyze the security of your Exchange server Install Exchange Configure Exchange server roles. How can you filter messages in the Exchange setup log? What is the difference between an internal relay and an external relay accepted domain? Which Exchange administrator role do you need to configure accepted domains? How do you get accepted domain configurations onto an Edge Transport server? What must you do before you can run the Security Configuration Wizard on an Exchange server? About 25 minutes Lab/Activity Configure Accepted Domains 3 questions 11

13 Section 3.1: Storage This section discusses storage concepts within Exchange Concepts covered include: Databases within Exchange are organized as stores and storage groups. The Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) is a transactional database that manages stores database files. Considerations when implementing stores and storage groups. Designind storage in accordance with the limitation of the Exchange version Configure Exchange server roles. Which disk interfaces are supported by Exchange? What is the difference between a store and a storage group? How many mailbox stores should you put in a storage group? Why do you put log files and database files on separate disks? What RAID configurations are recommended for Exchange? Which configuration should you not use? About 25 minutes 2 questions 12

14 Section 3.2: Storage Management This section examines commands and switches used in storage management. Concepts covered include: Creating a storage group. Creating a mailbox. Database settings to manage storage. Students will learn to: Create storage groups and mailbox stores. Manage storage group and mailbox store properties Configure Exchange server roles. What administrative roles do you need to create a storage group? When do you run the Set-StorageGroup cmdlet? What administrative roles do you need to create a mailbox store? Where must you run the Move-DatabasePath cmdlet from? What must you do if you create a user mailbox to function as the journaling recipient? When both mailbox database and mailbox storage quotas exist, which set of quotas are applied? About 40 minutes Lab/Activity Manage Storage Groups and Files Create Storage Groups and Stores Set Storage Limits 3 questions 13

15 Section 4.1: Recipient Types In this section students will learn about the following Exchange 2007 recipient types: User mailbox Mail user Mail contact Mail-enabled universal distribution group Mail-enabled universal security group Dynamic distribution group Mail-enabled non-universal group Room mailbox Equipment mailbox Mail-enabled public folder Linked mailbox Shared mailbox Legacy mailbox Mail forest contact Microsoft exchange recipient 201. Configure recipients Configure mail-enabled groups Configure resource mailboxes. How is a mail user different from a user mailbox? What is the difference between a dynamic distribution group and a universal distribution group? What is unique about linked mailbox user accounts? About 10 minutes 3 questions 14

16 Section 4.2: Recipient Management This section examines managing recipients from the Management Console or the Management Shell. Management tasks and the cmdlet(s) to perform them include: Create a recipient Mail-enable an object Delete a recipient Mail-disable a recipient Connect a disconnected mailbox Configure recipient properties View recipient properties Convert a recipient Create user mailboxes and resource mailboxes. Create mail users and contacts. Create distribution groups and dynamic distribution groups Configure recipients Configure mail-enabled groups Configure resource mailboxes. About 50 minutes Lab/Activity Create New Recipients Create a Mail User Create a Room Mailbox Create Distribution Groups 7 questions 15

17 Section 4.3: Recipient and Mailbox Management In this section students will learn how to configure recipient properties and manage mailboxes. Concepts covered include: Configuring recipient properties. Methods to enable automatic scheduling. Enabling and configuring scheduling requests. Moving mailboxes. Configure properties on recipient objects Configure recipients Configure mail-enabled groups Configure resource mailboxes Move mailboxes. About 35 minutes Lab/Activity Modify Recipient Settings Modify Delivery Restrictions 18 questions 16

18 Section 4.4: Bulk Recipient Management This section discusses cmdlets used to perform recipient management tasks. Concepts covered include: Using Management Shell scripts. Format and syntax of scripts and cmdlets. Using pipelining to perform bulk recipient tasks. Use pipelining to combine multiple cmdlets Implement bulk management of mail-enabled objects. What is the function of pipelining when running cmdlets for multiple objects? How does the Whatif switch affect a cmdlet for multiple objects? What is the difference between WhatIf and ValidateOnly? About 15 minutes 6 questions 17

19 Section 4.5: Address Policies This section provides information about using address policies to automatically generate addresses for Exchange recipients within your organization. Concepts covered include: Properties that must be specified when creating an address policy. Configuring address policies. Applying policies. Design and configure policies for your Exchange organization Configure policies. What is the address format of the default policy? What should you include if you wanted to limit the %i component of an address to a single letter? What is the format of an address listed in a policy as What happens to mail-enabled distribution groups when you use the Department condition for an policy? When are policies applied? About 30 minutes Lab/Activity Configure Policies Create a Company Policy Create a Custom Policy 6 questions 18

20 Section 5.1: Client Access Servers In this section students will learn the basics of using client access servers to handle communication with the Mailbox server. Concepts covered include: The role of a client access server. The general process that the Client Access server uses to communicate with the client and the Mailbox server. Specifics about the Client Access server communication process Configure client connectivity. What is the URL a client uses to connect to a Client Access server through Outlook Web Access? What are the protocols clients can use to communicate with the Client Access server? Which client type does not use a Client Access server for retrieving mail from a Mailbox server? Where must you deploy Client Access servers? About 20 minutes 1 question 19

21 Section 5.2: Exchange Clients This section provides an overview of providing connectivity for Exchange clients. Concepts covered include: clients supported by Exchange New features for clients that were introduced by Exchange Features that an Exchange server uses to enable and control client access through client applications Configure client connectivity. How does Outlook communicate with the Mailbox server? What client requirements are necessary to access through Outlook Web Access? What features are provided by the Calendar Concierge Service? Which virtual directory do ActiveSync users access? How does the external URL to a virtual directory differ from the internal URL to the same virtual directory? How does the Autodiscover service affect user profile creation? About 25 minutes 3 questions 20

22 Section 5.3: Client Access Configuration This section discusses client access configuration and deployment. Concepts covered include: Planning and implementing the configuration of Client Access servers. Managing certificates. Configuring the Client Access server and the client. Controlling user access. Managing the Autodiscover service and the Offline Address Book. Enable Outlook Anywhere on the Client Access server. Configure external URLs to allow Internet access to the Client Access server. Enable and disable client access features for specific users. Enable and disable POP3 and IMAP4 access Configure client connectivity. Which ports should you open on the Client Access server to allow access through Outlook Anywhere? Why is it a good idea to disable POP3 and IMAP4 if you do not need them? What are the certificate requirements when using Outlook Anywhere? What do you need to configure to enable Internet clients to connect with a Client Access server using Outlook Web Access? About 50 minutes Lab/Activity Enable External Access Enable ActiveSync for Users Disable POP3 and IMAP4 7 questions 21

23 Section 5.4: Policy Management In this section students will learn about management of policies. Concepts covered include: ActiveSync policies. Messaging Records Management (MRM) Configure policies. Which cmdlet would you use to link an ActiveSync policy to a user? What permissions are required to create and modify ActiveSync policies? When using managed folders, which object do you configure to modify the retention period, the managed folder or the policy? What is the primary purpose of a managed folder policy? How can you prevent managed folder policies from applying to a specific user? About 10 minutes 3 questions 22

24 Section 6.1: Public Folders This section discusses the role, management, and replication of public folders. Create a public folder store. Create and manage public folders Configure Public Folders Configure Public Folders. How do users access public folder data? What is a public folder tree? How does a public folder store differ from a mailbox store? How does the EnableLegacyOutlook option affect the Exchange Server 2007 setup? How do you configure a public folder mailbox to reject senders? How many public folder databases can you have on a Mailbox server? What is a public folder referral? About 45 minutes 7 questions 23

25 Section 6.2: Public Folder Client Access This section discusses client access of public folders. Concepts covered include: Decreasing support for public folders with Exchange Server Changes made to Exchange Support for accessing public folders. Methods to submit content to a public folder. Managing client permissions. Use Outlook to manage public folders. Configure public folder permissions Configure Public Folders Configure Public Folders. What is the primary tool for managing public folders, permission, and public folder content? What is the difference between Editor and Publishing Editor permissions? What can a user with Nonediting Author permissions do? How are permissions set on a child folder? About 15 minutes 3 questions 24

26 Section 7.1: Message Flow Concepts This section explores concepts about message flow. Concepts covered include: Mail flow Site link cost Inter-site routing Communication security Why is a Hub Transport server required even if your organization only has a single Mailbox server? How do remote mail flow and local mail flow differ? What functions are performed during the categorization process? Which servers perform categorization? What role do site link costs play in message routing? Why are there two different site link cost values for each link? How does delayed fan-out affect message delivery? Which authentication type uses TLS for mutual authentication? About 25 minutes 25

27 Section 7.2: Connectors This section examines different types of connectors, their roles and how to configure them. Connectors covered include: Receive connectors. Send connectors. Foreign connectors. Create Send connectors. Create Receive connectors Configure connectors. What is the difference between a partner and internal connector? Which connector type is created at the organization level? What is the role of the Send connector source server? How is the source server different from the smart host? How do you designate all domains in a Send connector's address space? How do you manage load balancing for Send connectors? When do you configure a foreign connector? What does a foreign connector do with messages sent to the foreign system? About 45 minutes Lab/Activity Create an Internal Send Connector Create an External Send Connector 6 questions 26

28 Section 7.3: Transport Policies This section provides information about managing transport policies. Concepts covered include: Applying transport policies (agents). Configuring Transport Rule policies. Managing Transport Rules. Configure transport rules. Configure journaling on a database Configure Connectors Configure transport rules and message compliance. You want to create a transport rule to be used by multiple Hub Transport servers. Where must you create the rule? What must you do to use the same transport rule on multiple Edge Transport servers? How do you prevent transport rules from running on a Hub Transport server? What is a hub site? How does it affect the application of transport rules to messages? How does premium journaling differ from standard journaling? About 25 minutes Lab/Activity Enable Database Journaling 7 questions 27

29 Section 7.4: Edge Transport Servers This section discusses the facts about Edge Transport servers. Concepts covered include: The role of Edge Transport server. Configuring an Edge Transport server and creating an Edge Subscription. Managing Edge Subscriptions. Create an Edge Subscription for an Edge Transport server. Customize connector properties for Edge Transport servers Configure Exchange server roles. What is the role of the ADAM database? How do the edgesync - default-first-site-name to internet and edgesync - default-first-site-name Send connectors differ? What is the relationship between the Edge Transport server and the Active Directory site? What is the effect of resubscribing an Edge Transport server to a site after adding a new Hub Transport server? About 45 minutes Lab/Activity Create an Internet Send Connector Modify the Default Send Connector 7 questions 28

30 Section 7.5: Anti-spam and Antivirus This section provides information about anti-spam and antivirus agents that have been included in Exchange 2007 to detect and reduce malware. The following concepts are covered: Filtering components of anti-spam and antivirus Implementing anti-spam and antivirus solutions. Applying anti-spam filtering Configure spam filters on an Edge Transport server Configure the antivirus and anti-spam system. What is the difference between blocking and blocking How does the IP Block List differ from the IP Block List Providers? How can a block-list provider outage affect mail flow? How can a user retrieve an attachment that is stripped from a message using attachment filtering? How can you block mail addressed to invalid recipients? What is the role of sender reputation in allowing or blocking messages? What action must you perform on a periodic basis when using Safelist Aggregation? About 40 minutes Lab/Activity Configure IP Filtering Configure Sender and Recipient Filters 6 questions 29

31 Section 8.1: High Availability In this section students will learn the basics of high availability solutions. Concepts covered include: Technologies that high availability solution in Exchange 2007 rely upon. High availability solutions for server roles. Replication and cluster implementations. Replication and cluster configurations. Enable and configure local continuous replication Configure high availability. How do you add redundancy to Hub Transport servers? Edge Transport servers? Which type(s) of replication protects against server failure? What are the additional hardware requirements necessary for implementing local continuous replication? Why does Cluster Continuous Replication offer better protection than both Local Continuous Replication and Single Copy Cluster? What is the effect on load balancing when the Hub Transport server role resides on the same server as the Mailbox server role? About 45 minutes Lab/Activity Enable Local Continuous Replication 7 questions 30

32 Section 8.2: Data Recovery This section provides an overview of data recovery of Exchange messages and mailboxes. Concepts covered include: Deleted item retention. Deleted mailbox retention. Configure mailbox and database storage limits. Manage disconnected mailboxes and mail users Recover messaging data. What type of operation should you perform first if a message or mailbox has been deleted? What is the default retention period for deleted items? How does a soft delete differ from a hard delete? When is each executed? What is the relationship between a mailbox deleted item retention value and a mailbox store deleted item retention value? How can you recover a deleted mailbox after the retention time has past? About 15 minutes Lab/Activity Modify Retention Periods Reconnect Mailboxes 3 questions 31

33 Section 8.3: Database Backup and Restore This section discusses backup and restore of the database for Exchange Concepts covered include: Types of backups. Methods for accessing backup data in Exchange Restore operations available for Exchange Dial tone recovery strategies. Back up a mailbox database. Use the Recovery Storage Group (RSG) to restore a database or an individual mailbox Configure backups Recover messaging data. What is the difference between a copy backup and a full backup? Why should you not mix differential and incremental backups? What factors should you consider when designing a backup strategy? What advantages can VSS backups have over legacy streaming backups when restoring data? What can happen to the log files if you do not back up all the stores in a storage group at the same time? About 50 minutes Lab/Activity Mark a Database for Restore 10 questions 32

34 Section 8.4: Server Backup and Recovery In this section students will learn about protecting your Exchange server configuration through server backup and recovery. Concepts covered include: Data you should back up. Methods to restore data to recover from a server failure. Use the RecoverServer option to recover a server role Configure backups Recover server roles. What data should you back up on the Mailbox server? On a Client Access server? How does protecting Client Access server data differ from protecting the data on other server roles? How do you restore a custom audio prompt? When would you not use RecoverServer to recover a failed server? What does ExportEdgeConfig.ps1 do? About 30 minutes 10 questions 33

35 Section 8.5: Disaster Recovery Review This section compares various availability and recovery methods that can be used with Exchange How can using deleted item and deleted mailbox retention reduce restore operations from backup? Which role can you install in a failover cluster? Why don't LCR and CCR eliminate the need for regular backups? What actions do you take before using RecoverServer? About 3 minutes 34

36 Section 9.1: System Performance This section discusses tools used to monitor system performance. Concepts covered include: Tools used to gather information about Exchange or the operating system. Using Performance Monitor to evaluate server and Exchange performance. Using back pressure to automatically monitor system resources on Exchange 2007 transport servers Monitor system performance Monitor client connectivity Create server reports Create usage reports. What is the difference between a statistic and an object? What things can you monitor using Process Monitor? What are the differences between the Exchange Load Generator and the Exchange Stress and Performance (ESP) tool? What practices can you implement to reduce CPU load? Where should you look for problems if clients report slow Exchange server response and both RPC requests and operations/second are low? About 20 minutes 7 questions 35

37 Section 9.2: Client and Server Reports This section explores gathering statistics for client and server reports. Concepts covered include: Using Management Shell cmdlets to gather statistics. Using Performance Monitor to monitor client connections. Using the Exchange Profile Analyzer (EPA) to gather mailbox and client access statistics. Using Performance Monitor to monitor server performance related to Exchange. Using Management Shell cmdlets to retrieve configuration information. Create Exchange server performance and usage reports Monitor client connectivity Create server reports Create usage reports. What is the difference between what is returned by Get-Mailbox and Get- MailboxStatistics? What is the relationship between Get-LogonStatistics and OWA? How can you use EpaSummarizer.exe to analyze performance data? What data can you retrieve using Get-MailboxServer? Which tool would you be more likely to use to get statistics for an individual user, Performance Monitor counters or Management Shell cmdlets? About 30 minutes 21 questions 36

38 Section 9.3: Queue Management In this section students will learn the basics of queue management for the Exchange 2007 messaging environment. Concepts covered include: Exchange 2007 message queue types. Queue management tasks. Use the Queue Viewer to manage delivery queues Monitor mail queues. How many Mailbox queues or Remote Delivery queues will a Hub Transport server have? What is the relationship between the poison message queue and Exchange Server? What is the effect of adding the Resubmit parameter to the Retry-Queue cmdlet? How does the system treat delivery of suspended messages? Removed messages? What is the difference between resume and retry of a message queue? About20 minutes 5 questions 37

39 Section 9.4: Message Tracking and Mail Flow This section provides an overview of performing message tracking and understanding mail flow for Exchange Concepts covered include: Configuring message tracking logs. Viewing messages in the tracking logs. Troubleshooting problems in mail delivery. The processes of routing messages. : 403. Perform message tracking. An Exchange server has the Hub Transport and the Mailbox roles installed. How many log directories will it have by default? How would you enable message tracking on a server with both the Hub Transport and Mailbox roles? You run Set-TransportServer -MessageTrackingLogMaxDirectorySize 250MB on a Hub Transport server. How much data can the directory hold? What kinds of data do you find in the message tracking logs? When are message tracking logs automatically deleted? How does adding the > "filename" parameter change the output of the Get- MessageTrackingLog cmdlet? About 15 minutes 7 questions 38

40 Section 10.1: Administrative Permissions This section discusses using Exchange administrative roles to assign permissions to users based on administrative tasks. Concepts covered include: Types of data an Exchange administrator can manage. Exchange Management Console nodes. Tasks that can be performed with the standard administrative roles. Assign necessary administrative permissions. What permission assignment could you give to a consultant who needs to review (but not alter) your Exchange organization? In addition to Exchange Server Administrator, what other permissions must a user have to install a server role? Which administrative role would you assign to a user responsible for creating new mailbox users? Which role should a user have who is responsible for monitoring mail queues? Which role is assigned automatically when you assign someone to the Exchange Server Administrator role? What additional permissions are typically required by an Exchange Server Administrator? What additional permissions might an Exchange Recipient Administrator need? About 15 minutes Lab/Activity Assign Administrative Roles 7 questions 39

41 Practice Exams This section provides information to help prepare students to take the exam and to register for the exam. Students will also have the opportunity of testing their mastery of the concepts presented in this course to reaffirm that they are ready for the certification exam. For example, all questions that apply to Objective 100. Installation and Configuration are grouped together and presented in practice exam 100. Installation and Configuration, All Questions. Students will typically take about minutes to complete each of the following practice exams Installation and Configuration, All Questions (43 questions) 200. Recipients and Public Folders, All Questions (43 questions) 300. Infrastructure Configuration, All Questions (47 questions) 400. Monitoring and Reporting, All Questions (42 questions) 500. Disaster Recovery, All Questions (31 questions) The Certification Practice Exam consists of 53 questions that are randomly selected from the above practice exams. Each time the Certification Practice Exam is accessed different questions may be presented. The Certification Practice Exam has a time limit of 120 minutes -- just like the real certification exam. A passing score of 95% should verify that the student has mastered the concepts and is ready to take the real certification exam. 40

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