Complete Exchange 2013 and 2016 Practical Guide
What you'll 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
- 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.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
Build an Exchange 2013 and 2016 Environment from Scratch
Create Highly Available Exchange Database servers
Manage Exchange 2013 and 2016 servers
With over 600 new students signing up to improve their 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 we 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 of 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 this course is for:
- 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
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 2016 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 Unified Communications 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.