This course will prepare you for the Exchange Server 2016 70-345 certification exam, specifically the objectives related to administering client access on Exchange 2016. You'll learn how to design and deploy client access namespaces, manage SSL certificates, configure high availability and load balancing, manage mobile devices, and perform troubleshooting. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid understanding of client access considerations with Exchange 2016, and you'll be better prepared to take your Exchange 2016 certification exam.
Paul Cunningham is a consultant, trainer and author, specializing in Office 365 and Exchange Server. Paul lives in Brisbane, Australia and has over 20 years of experience deploying and managing Microsoft systems and services for enterprise and government customers. Paul has authored and co-authored several books about Office 365 and Microsoft Exchange Server.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Paul Cunningham, and welcome to my course Designing and Deploying Exchange 2016 Client Access. I'm a Microsoft MVP for Office servers and services, which includes products and services such as Exchange Server, and Office 365. I've worked as an Exchange Server specialist for many years since of the days of Exchange 2003 deploying and managing the Exchange environments for customers of all kinds ranging from small businesses to big government departments to large multinational corporations. This course is designed to help you prepare for your Exchange Server 2016 certification exam and focuses on the exam objectives for the plan, deploy, manage, and troubleshoot client access portion of the exam. You'll learn how to design and deploy client access namespaces, manage SSL certificates, configure high availability and load balancing, manage mobile devices, and perform troubleshooting. By the end of this course, you'll be on your way to being ready to sit your Exchange 2016 certification exam. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with operating Windows Servers, Active Directory, DNS, Exchange Server, and be comfortable with using PowerShell. I hope you'll join me on this journey to Exchange 2016 Certification.