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What is this course about?
Exchange Server 2013 is the latest release of the Microsoft Messaging Suite of products. It brings with it major architectural changes, making it faster, more reliable and most of all more secure. In this course you will be introduced to Exchange Server 2013 and it's workings. We will be focusing on the Design aspects and integration with Active Directory in regards to Windows Server 2012. This course will take you through the design process to the actual implementation, This course can help you to study for the MCSE Exchange Server 2013 exams. It is based on real world concepts and will assist you in deploying a fully functional, redundant Exchange Server 2013 environment.
What kind of materials are used?
The learning will be done through videos. The videos will have lecture and step by step instructions on how to configure your environment.
What is the structure of the course?
This is Part 1 of the series for Exchange Server 2013 Planning and Implementation. Part 1 will focus on the design and implementation of the Exchange Server 2013 environment. Part 1 of the series will take about 4 hours to complete. There are five sections in Part 1.
Why take this course?
This course will provide you the real world knowledge about Exchange Server 2013 taken from many implementations of the technology and based on an Exchange Server 2013 boot camp. It is self-paced look into the Exchange technology. After taking this course you will have knowledge to implement Exchange Server 2013 and also prepare you for the MCSE Exchange Server 2013 exam 70-341, Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013.
“I have been blessed attend two classes taught by Michael and I can honestly say he is an outstanding instructor! He makes you feel empowered by the knowledge he imparts and that is a great asset for any instructor. I should know as I have attended much training throughout my IT career. I am extremely pleased with his abilities as an instructor. I plan on utilizing the trainings he offers for years to come. Thanks again for the awesome opportunity to learn and advance my career!”
Steve Giovanni - MCP, ITIL, CCNA, MCTS: Exchange, Hyper-V
ista North America
Director of Corporate Infrastructure
"Certainly this was an experience; I was very impressed with the skill and knowledge of the instructor and the way in which the Exchange 2007 course was presented. The pace was intense but the results were definitely worth the effort. I have been home less than a week and have our new exchange 2007 server up and running both sending and receiving mail."
PS: Michael and Ellina take great care in making sure stay comfortable.
"Taking Michaels class was a very enjoyable class. I was able to get all my questions answered. I had taken an Intro to Exchange 2010 from Microsoft and I learned a lot more thru Michaels Class than I did in that class. I did the class thru a web link and it was one of the best classes I have taken. I would recommend anyone to take his class, or any of his classes he teaches. I am telling my co-workers to look at the classes he teaches. "
Exchange Server 2010
Georgia Department of Transportation
"The Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2 MCITP Real World Boot Camp was great. The information was presented in “real world” fashion. It focused on best-practice implementation strategies and helpful routine maintenance scenarios. Although it was a lot to take in a short amount of time, the accompanying exercises helped solidify the material presented. Additionally, ample opportunity was afforded for questions and all were answered based on personal expertise of the instructor—not looked up in a manual. As far as the venue, it’s not your typical “sit in a classroom and follow along if you can”. It is geared more like a “working vacation” which is an interesting twist. You are encouraged to bring your family and spend evenings with them after your days of hard work. If you’re looking for an intense MS Exchange training workout with an added benefit of great amenities, this is the only way to go!"
Senior Systems Analyst
"It is with great pleasure and pride for me to write this letter of recommendation for Michael Krout, who was my Exchange 2013 teacher at in Florida. Mr. Krout is, without question, one of the most outstanding, knowledgeable and practical teacher I have studied under.
He is a careful and creative teacher who brings the actual working experience and knowledge to the class room. He has the terrific ability to turn the class room into a working environment to build students level of confidence. I was deeply moved with his teaching ability to cover a wide range of topics in such a short time and with clarity.
Michael is to be commended for his professionalism concern for his students, and quality of instruction. He plans well and works diligently at being organized. His preparation each day is extraordinary.
I have found Michael to be uniquely resourceful and adaptive. He has made an outstanding effort to vary course material and present it in different and unusually ways. Heis receptive to new ideas and constantly looks for innovative methods to present course content. He is thorough and precise. Mr. Krout is a man of great knowledge and talent. He is also an engaging teacher. His aptitude to work in classroom and industries has made him very unique in his field.
I highly recommend that you consider Mr. Krout for boot camps, consultation for your networking infrastructure. I believe he would be an invaluable asset and the quality of his character will serve as a model for students and faculty alike."
Michael M. Dawkins
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Exchange Server 2013 Boot Camp Student
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|Section 1: Introduction to Exchange Server 2013|
Exchange Administrative CenterPreview
eDiscovery and Retention
Remote and Mobile Communications
Integration with Lync 2013
|Section 2: Introduction to Exchange Server 2013 Part 2|
Extremely Reliable and Recoverable
Exchange Management Shell
Batch Moves and Processing
Mail Flow From the Internet
Internal Mail Flow
|Section 3: Designing Exchange Server 2013 Environment|
Exchange Server Roles
Client Access Server
Client Access Points
Outlook Client Access
Exchange ActiveSync Services
Performance and Availability
Domain Controller and Global Catalog Placement
Server Redundancy and Optimization
Memory and Processor
Overall Deployment Scenario for Course
Anti-Virus and Anti-Spam
Client Access Methods
|Section 4: Installing and Configuring Exchange Server 2013|
Active Directory Components and Exchange Server Integration
DNS Server Requirements for Exchange Server 2013
Software Requirements for Exchange Server 2013
Hardware Requirements for Exchange Server 2013
Infrastructure Requirements for Exchange Server 2013
Preparing AD DS for Exchange Server 2013 Deployment
Exchange Server Role Architecture in Exchange Server 2013
Deployment Options for Exchange Server 2013
Hybrid Desployment with Office 365
Upgrade and Migration Options
Deploying Exchange Server 2013 as Virtual Machines
Preparing Environment for Exchange Server 2013
Attended Installation of Exchange Server 2013
Verifying Successful Installation
Common Exchange Folders
Managing Exchange Server 2013
What is Exchange Server Administration Center?
Managing User Mailbox Properties with OWA
What is Windows PowerShell?
Windows PowerShell Syntax
Accessing Help in Windows PowerShell
What is Exchange Management Shell?
Exchange Management Shell Administration Examples
Role Based Access Control
|Section 5: Configuring Connectors, Routing and Transport and Connectivity|
Message Transport Services
Message Transport Components
Routing Destinations and Delivery Group
Message-Routing Changes in Exchange Server 2013
Routing in Front-End Transport Service
Routing in the Mailbox Transport Service
Modifying the Default Message Flow
Tools for Troubleshooting SMTP Message Delivery
What are Transport Agents?
Planning Exchange Messaging Transport
Planning Accepted Domains and Remote Domains
What is an SMTP Connector?
Configuring Message Routing and Transport
Site Based Message Routing
What Are Foreign Connectors?
Preparing the Edge Transport
Edge Transport Benefits
EdgeSync Firewall Ports
Edge Transport Antispam Settings
|Michael is an entrepreneur who is passionate about creating solutions for businesses. He brings to this enterprise over 31 years of architecture, analysis, development of Information Processing Systems and training. Michael's expertise centers around developing business solutions and training. He started his career in the United States Airforce (USAF) where he worked with the IBM 36 and Burroughs systems. He then went on to start his networking career with Novell 3.12. He has been working with Windows since the early days of Microsoft. Previously, Michael has worked with U.S. Pentagon, Social Security Administration, and other companies throughout the United States. He currently holds MCSE Windows Server 2012 R2- Infrastucture, MCSE Windows Server 2012 R2 - Private Cloud, MCSE SharePoint 2013, MCSA SQL Server 2014, MCSA Office 365 and several Microsoft legacy certifications including SQL Server 2008 R2 and also MCT. He also a member of Strathmores Whos Who Worldwide. He is also the President/CEO for the business. He deals with contract negotiation and business ideas. He is also an author of training videos which can be found on Udemy, Skillfeed and Gogoh Training websites. You can also sample some of his writings on the article directories such as ArticleBase, Ezine Articles and many more.|