Complete Exchange 2013 and 2016 Practical Guide
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Everything you need to know on installing, setting up, and managing an Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2016 environment.
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Created by Mike Walton
Last updated 1/2017
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Includes:
  • 7 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • 4 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Install Exchange 2013
  • Setup Exchange 2013 Database Availability Group
  • Install Exchange 2016
  • Setup Mailboxes, and Distribution groups
  • Setup Send Connectors
  • Setup Receive Connectors
  • Maintain a highly available Exchange 2013 environment
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Requirements
  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Servers
  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Active Directory
  • If you would like to follow along a lab environment would help, but not required.
Description

With over 600 new students signing up to improved there careers in the first two weeks, the "Complete Exchange 2013 and 2016 Practical Guide" is your complete guide to building and maintaining an Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2016 environment.

In this course we will start by going over Microsoft Exchange and email concepts.  Then will will move right into building our own Microsoft Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2016 environment from scratch.  We will make all the configurations needed just as we would do in a production business environment.

This course has over 90 lectures totaling over 6 hours of video content.  This course was designed to help any IT Professional further their career or start a new career with Microsoft Exchange. There are no prerequisites to taking this course but a basic understanding of Microsoft Windows Servers is beneficial.

The video content for this course is primarily lab instructional videos that show you how to do many of the tasks a Microsoft Exchange administrator would have to do.

The first section of this course is a quick introduction and then we jump right into the second section where we go over everything to build your Microsoft Exchange server from scratch.    Then sections three, four and five go even deeper into the different parts of Microsoft Exchange 2013 and show you what you need to know to become a Microsoft Exchange Administrator. 

Unlike many other courses this course was designed to not only teach you Microsoft Exchange Server but to act as a continual reference when administrating Microsoft Exchange Server.  All of the demonstration lectures are kept short and to the point allowing any student to quickly refer to them on a day to day basis. 

I am always available to my students and I like to continually add material to my courses, especially material that my students want to see.

So take a look through the course material and layout, let me know if you have any questions and I look forward to seeing you in the lectures.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is intended for students who have a back ground in IT and would like to know more about Microsoft Exchange. This course is also meant to act as a quick reference guide for day to day operations within Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2016. No prior Exchange experience is necessary to take this course
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Curriculum For This Course
106 Lectures
06:50:24
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Introduction
5 Lectures 07:40

In this lecture I will briefly talk about me and my background as an IT professional.

Preview 01:47

In this lecture I ask you to please introduce yourself as a student in the comments section.  This allows me to understand my students a little better and feel a closer connection.  Also this helps break the ice so we can potentially have dialog later.

Preview 00:48

In this lecture I will go over the best way to use this course.  It can be used as a start to finish course or a searchable course that you can use as a quick reference on the job.

Preview 02:57

I am always wanting to improve my courses and the best way for me to do that is to know what my students want.  So please let me know what you would like to see in this course and if I don't cover it I will add it.

Preview 01:01

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Standard Architecture, Installing and Full Setup
32 Lectures 02:44:26

In this short article I will give you resources to setting up a Windows Server 2012 R2 and Active Directory Environment.

Installing Windows Server 2012 R2
00:45

What's New in Exchange 2016 from Exchange 2013
01:19

In this lecture we will talk about Exchange 2013 Architecture.  This will help you get an overview of how Exchange works.

Preview 10:32


In this lecture we are going to talk about what hardware and software is required to actually install and configure Exchange 2013.

Preview 04:17


In this lecture we are going to prepare our Active Directory Environment prior to installing Exchange 2013.  If we don't perform these steps Exchange 2013 will not install.

Preview 06:47


In this lecture we are going to prepare our servers for the Exchange 2013 installation.  This requires installing some prerequisite software and server roles.

Preview 05:28

Preparing Server for Exchange 2016
03:08

In this lecture we are going to install Exchange 2013 on one of our servers using setup.exe through the graphical interface.

Preview 09:56

In this lecture we are going to install Exchange 2013 on one of our servers using the command line.

Preview 08:38

Installing Exchange 2016 via the GUI
07:49

Installing Exchange 2016 via the Command Line
07:45

In this lecture we are going to use the Exchange Control Panel to setup a DAG cluster of the two Exchange servers we created.

Setting up 2 Exchange 2013 Server for a DAG - GUI
04:42

In this lecture we will setup a DAG cluster with the 2 Exchange servers we built using the Exchange Management Shell.

Setting up 2 Exchange 2013 Server for a DAG - CLI
05:33

In this lecture we are going to be adding new Certificates to our Exchange users using Exchange Control Panel.  

Preview 07:48

In this lecture we are going to be adding new certificates to our Exchange Servers using Exchange Management Shell.

Preview 09:40

In this lecture we are going to look at the Outlook Web App Site configuration through the Exchange Control Panel.

Preview 04:53

In this lecture we are going to look at the Outlook Web App configuration through Exchange Management Shell.

Preview 05:12

In this lecture we are going to look at the Exchange Web Services site configuration with the Exchange Control Panel.

Setting Exchange Web Services Site - GUI
02:25

In this lecture we are going to be looking at the Exchange Web Services site configuration using Exchange Management Shell.

Setting Exchange Web Services Site - CLI
04:09

In this lecture we are going to look at the Exchange Control Panel site configuration using Exchange Control Panel.

Setting Exchange Control Panel Site - GUI
02:37

In this lecture we are going to look at the Exchange Control Panel site configuration using Exchange Management Shell.

Setting Exchange Control Panel Site - CLI
04:03

In this lecture we are going to be looking at Exchange ActiveSync site configuration using Exchange Control Panel.

Setting Exchange ActiveSync Site - GUI
02:19

In this lecture we are going to be looking at Exchange ActiveSync site configuration using Exchange Management Shell.

Setting Exchange ActiveSync Site - CLI
04:08

In this lecture we are going to be looking at the Offline Address Book site configuration using Exchange Control Panel.

Setting Offline Address Book Site - GUI
01:50

In this lecture we are going to be looking at the Offline Address Book site configuration using Exchange Management Shell.

Setting Offline Address Book Site - CLI
03:18

In this lecture we are going to look at and set Outlook Web App Mailbox Policies using Exchange Control Panel.

Outlook Web App Mailbox Policies - GUI
04:17

In this lecture we are going to look at and set Outlook Web App Mailbox Policies using Exchange Management Shell.

Outlook Web App Mailbox Policies - CLI
04:04

In this lecture we are going to look at and set Exchange Mobile Device Mailbox Policies using Exchange Control Panel.

Exchange Mobile Device Mailbox Policies - GUI
06:07

In this lecture we are going to look at and set Exchange Mobile Device Mailbox Policies using Exchange Management Shell.

Exchange Mobile Device Mailbox Policies - CLI
05:57
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Mail Flow
20 Lectures 01:06:46

In this lecture we are going to go over Exchange Mail Flow in general so that you have a good understanding of it moving forward into the upcoming lectures.

Mail Flow Overview
01:16

In this lecture we are going to quickly go over what a send connector is within Exchange.

Send Connector Overview
02:22

In this lecture we are going to create a new Send Connector using Exchange Control Panel.

Create New Send Connector - GUI
03:15

In this lecture we are going to create a new Send Connector using Exchange Management Shell

Create New Send Connector - CLI
04:26

In this lecture we are going to go over what a Receive Connector is within Exchange.

Receive Connector Overview
01:15

In this lecture we are going to create a new Receive Connector using Exchange Control Panel.

Create New Receive Connector - GUI
04:26

In this lecture we are going to create a new Receive Connector using Exchange Management Shell.

Create New Receive Connector - CLI
06:30

In this lecture we are going to talk about what Accepted Domains are in an Exchange environment.

Accepted Domain Overview
03:23

In this lecture we are going to create a new Authoritative Domain using Exchange Control Panel.

Create New Authoritative Domain - GUI
01:50

In this lecture we are going to create a new Authoritative Domain using Exchange Management Shell.

Create New Authoritative Domain - CLI
02:22

In this lecture we are going to create a new Internal Relay Domain using Exchange Control Panel.

Create New Internal Relay Domain - GUI
02:28

In this lecture we are going to create a new Internal Relay Domain using Exchange Management Shell.

Create New Internal Relay Domain - CLI
02:51

In this lecture we are going to create a new External Relay Domain using Exchange Control Panel.

Create New External Relay Domain - GUI
02:16

In this lecture we are going to create a new External Relay Domain using Exchange Management Shell.

Create new External Relay Domain - CLI
02:35

In this lecture we are going to talk about Exchange Transport rules and how they can be very beneficial to your organization.

Transport Rule Overview
03:18

In this lecture we are going to create a new Transport Rule using Exchange Control Panel.

Create New Transport Rule - GUI
05:38

In this lecture we are going to create a new Transport Rule using Exchange Management Shell.

Create New Transport Rule - CLI
05:38

In this lecture we are going to talk about Exchange Journaling and why it has been very important to many organizations even in older versions of Exchange.

Journal Rules Overview
03:05

In this lecture we are going to create new Journal Rules using Exchange Control Panel.

Create New Journal Rule - GUI
03:19

In this lecture we are going to create new Journal Rules using Exchange Management Shell.

Create New Journal Rule - CLI
04:33
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Database Management
12 Lectures 48:43

In this lecture we are going to Create a New Mailbox Database using Exchange Control Panel.

Creating a New Mailbox Database - GUI
03:59

In this lecture we are going to Create a New Mailbox Database using Exchange Management Shell.

Creating a New Mailbox Database - CLI
04:39

In this lecture we are going to remove the default Mailbox Database that comes with Exchange.  This can only be done through Exchange Management Shell.

Preview 08:37

In this lecture I am going to give you an overview of Database Availability Groups or DAGS and why they are so important to your environment.

Database Availability Groups Overview
04:03

In this lecture we are going to continue on from the last lecture and create a Mailbox Database copy on our DAG using Exchange Control Panel.

Creating a Mailbox Database Copy - GUI
04:50

In this lecture we are going to continue on from the previous 2 lectures and create a Mailbox Database copy on our DAG using Exchange Management Shell.

Creating a Mailbox Database Copy - CLI
05:34

In this lecture we are going to activate a Mailbox Database Copy using Exchange Control Panel.

Activating Mailbox Database Copy - GUI
02:14

In this lecture we are going to activate a Mailbox Database Copy using Exchange Management Shell.

Activating Mailbox Database Copy - CLI
04:39

In this lecture we are going to start creating our Public Folder environment by creating a Public Folder Mailbox using Exchange Control Panel.

Creating a Public Folder Mailbox - GUI
02:50

In this lecture we are going to start creating our Public Folder environment by creating a Public Folder Mailbox using Exchange Management Shell.

Creating a Public Folder Mailbox - CLI
01:40

In this lecture we are going to create a Public Folder using Exchange Control Panel.

Creating New Public Folders - GUI
02:12

In this lecture we are going to create a Public Folder using Exchange Management Shell.

Creating New Public Folder - CLI
03:26
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Mailbox Management
37 Lectures 02:02:53

In this lecture we are going to create a new user and mailbox at the same time using Exchange Control Panel

Preview 03:15

In this lecture we are going to create a new user and mailbox at the same time using Exchange Management Shell.

Preview 02:40

In this lecture we are going to create a new mailbox for an already existing user using Exchange Control Panel.

Create a New Mailbox from Existing User - GUI
01:55

In this lecture we are going to create a new mailbox for an already existing user using Exchange Management Shell.

Create a New Mailbox from Existing User - CLI
01:21

In this lecture we are going to add an Archive Mailbox to a mailbox using Exchange Control Panel.

Add Archive Mailbox to a Mailbox - GUI
03:37

In this lecture we are going to add an Archive Mailbox to a mailbox using Exchange Management Shell.

Add Archive Mailbox to a Mailbox - CLI
02:45

In this lecture we are going to assign Send As Permissions to a mailbox using Exchange Control Panel.

Preview 02:25

In this lecture we are going to assign Send As Permissions to a mailbox using Exchange Management Shell.

Preview 03:19

In this lecture we are going to assign Full Access Permissions to a mailbox using Exchange Control Panel.

Assigning Full Access Permissions to a Mailbox - GUI
02:00

In this lecture we are going to assign Full Access Permissions to a mailbox using Exchange Management Shell.

Assigning Full Access Permissions to a Mailbox - CLI
02:01

In this lecture we are going to move a mailbox to another database using Exchange Control Panel.

Moving Mailbox to Different Database - GUI
05:12

In this lecture we are going to move a mailbox to another database using Exchange Management Shell.

Moving Mailbox to Different Database - CLI
03:56

In this lecture we are going to disable a users mailbox without removing the user from active directory using Exchange Control Panel.

Disable Mailbox without Deleting User - GUI
01:34

In this lecture we are going to disable a users mailbox without removing the user from active directory using Exchange Management Shell.

Disable Mailbox without Deleting User - CLI
01:47

In this lecture we are going to connect a disconnected mailbox to a user using Exchange Control Panel.

Connect Disabled Mailbox to User - GUI
02:23

In this lecture we are going to connect a disconnected mailbox to a user using Exchange Management Shell.

Connect Disable Mailbox to User - CLI
03:16

In this lecture we are going to create a new Distribution Group using Exchange Control Panel.

Create a New Distribution Group - GUI
04:00

In this lecture we are going to create a new Distribution Group using Exchange Management Shell.

Create a New Distribution Group - CLI
03:47

In this lecture we are going to create a new Dynamic Distribution Group using Exchange Control Panel.

Create a New Dynamic Distribution Group - GUI
05:35

In this lecture we are going to create a new Dynamic Distribution Group using Exchange Management Shell.

Create a New Dynamic Distribution Group - CLI
04:17

In this lecture we are going to create a new Mail Contact using Exchange Control Panel.

Create New Mail Contacts - GUI
02:48

In this lecture we are going to create a new Mail Contact using Exchange Management Shell.

Create New Mail Contacts - CLI
03:05

In this lecture we are going to create a new Room Mailbox using Exchange Control Panel.

Create Room Mailbox - GUI
04:56

In this lecture we are going to create a new Room Mailbox using Exchange Management Shell.

Create Room Mailbox - CLI
06:43

In this lecture we are going to create an Equipment Mailbox using Exchange Control Panel.

Create an Equipment Mailbox - GUI
03:27

In this lecture we are going to create an Equipment Mailbox using Exchange Management Shell.

Create an Equipment Mailbox - CLI
05:28

In this lecture we are going to create a Shared Mailbox using Exchange Control Panel.

Preview 06:24

In this lecture we are going to create a Shared Mailbox using Exchange Management Shell.

Preview 07:59

In this lecture we are going to discuss Retention Policies and Tags and how you can use them in your organization.

About Retention Policies and Tags
03:18

In this lecture we are going to create a retention policy tag using Exchange Control Panel.

Creating Retention Policy Tags - GUI
03:16

In this lecture we are going to create a retention policy tag using Exchange Management Shell.

Creating Retention Policy Tags - CLI
01:53

In this lecture we are going to take our Retention Policy Tags and create a Retention Policy using Exchange Control Panel.

Creating Retention Policies - GUI
01:12

In this lecture we are going to take our Retention Policy Tags and create a Retention Policy using Exchange Management Shell.

Creating Retention Policies - CLI
01:37

In this lecture we are going to assign Retention Policies to a users mailbox using Exchange Control Panel.

Assigning Retention Policies to Mailboxes - GUI
01:13

In this lecture we are going to assign Retention Policies to a users mailbox using Exchange Management Shell.

Assigning Retention Policies to Mailboxes - CLI
02:04

In this lecture we are going to quickly talk about Legal Hold and then put a mailbox on Legal Hold using Exchange Control Panel.

Putting User on Legal Hold - GUI
03:45

In this lecture we are going to quickly talk about Legal Hold and then put a mailbox on Legal Hold using Exchange Management Shell.

Putting Users on Legal Hold - CLI
02:40
About the Instructor
Mike Walton
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Mike has been working in the IT field since 2000 and has held many different roles in IT. Mike started out as a Help Desk employee working with end users to fix minor computer problems and to help teach new users different features and functionality of the hardware and software. After a couple years there he progressed to more of a Systems Administrator role where he was involved in implementing and maintaining network and server equipment with up to 25 servers and about 200 users. This include Microsoft Server operating systems as well as Cisco network gear. 

From there he moved on to be a Systems Administrator in charge of 300+ servers 400+ users and Network Administrator.

Mike has progressed in his career to involve working with a variety of hardware and software both on the server side and networking side. Mike has experience working with all current versions of Microsoft Windows (both server and desktop) up to 2012 R2 as well as Linux Operating Systems. He has experience working with a variety of storage solutions including, EMC, NetApp, and Dell. He has extensive experience with networking hardware including Cisco Switches, routers and servers, Dell Switches, and Kemp Load Balancers. Mike's current area of expertise is VoIP implementation and support.

Mike has always enjoyed sharing the knowledge and experience he has with others to help see them grow professionally and personally. He also enjoy putting together presentations to help different types of learners comprehend the material. Specifically using Video, Presentations, Audio, Quiz, Demos and Interactive Demos.