Exchange Server 2013 Core Solutions (70-341): Part 3

Part 3 of 4 in the Exchange Server 2013 Core Solutions (70-341) series will teach how to configure and manage a Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 messaging environment.
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(35)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 28, 2013
Duration
2h 38m
Table of contents
Plan, Deploy and Manage a Client Access Server (CAS)
Plan and Configure Namespaces and Client Services
Deploy and Manage Mobility Solutions
Implement Load Balancing
Troubleshoot Client Connectivity
Description
Course info
Rating
(35)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 28, 2013
Duration
2h 38m
Description

Part 3 of 4 in the Exchange Server 2013 Core Solutions (70-341) series will teach how to configure and manage a Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 messaging environment. This course will teach students guidelines, best practices, and considerations that will help them optimize their Exchange server deployment. Core Solutions will provide you with the knowledge and skills to plan, install, and manage the mailbox role, client access, transport, and Exchange infrastructure.

About the author
About the author

J. Peter Bruzzese (one of the co-founders of ClipTraining.com) is an Exchange MVP and an internationally published technical author with over a dozen titles to his credit. In addition, he is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and a Triple-MCSE and MCITP for Messaging. He has been a technical journalist for 15 years and is the Enterprise Windows columnist for InfoWorld.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Plan, Deploy and Manage a Client Access Server (CAS)
Greetings, and welcome to TrainSignal. You're watching Plan, Install, Configure and Manage Client Access. It's a primary topic for the 70-341 course solutions Exchange 2013 certification exam. The subtopic we're discussing in this lesson is Plan, Deploy, and Manage a Client Access Server. Under the subtopic Plan, deploy and manage a Client Access Server, this objective may include but is not limited to Design to account for differences between legacy CAS and Exchange CAS or CAF. And configure Office web application. So in this one it's just a limited set of objectives but that's okay. So let's get started. From a scenario perspective we're going to go with Go Kart LLC called GottaGoKart. It's a GoKart franchise in 10 different cities. Their problem is that most of their employees access email through mobile devices using ActiveSync connections or through a browser using Outlook Web App. The goal is to review the various planning elements to the Client Access role, including the configuration of Office web applications.

Plan and Configure Namespaces and Client Services
Greetings, and welcome to Trainsignal. You're watching Plan, Install, Configure and Manage Client Access. It's a primary topic for the 70-341 course solutions exam with Exchange 2013. The subtopic we'll be discussing in this lesson is plan and configure namespaces and client services. Under plan and configure namespaces and client services, this objective may include, but is not limited to, design namespaces for client connectivity, configure URLs, plan for certificates, implement autodiscovery for a given namespace, and configure authentication methods.

Deploy and Manage Mobility Solutions
And welcome to Trainsignal. Watching Plan Install Configure and Manage Client Access. It's a primary topic for the 70-341 certification exam for core solutions with Exchange 2013. The subtopic were discussing in this lesson is Deploy and Manage Mobility Solutions. Within the subject deploy and manage mobility solutions, this objective may include but is not limited to: Deploy Mobile Web App or MOWA, Configure Outlook Web App policies, Configure Microsoft ActiveSync policies, Configure Allow Block Quarantine, and Manage Agaves. And no, I'm not exactly sure I'm saying that word correctly. Taking a look at our scenario, the company we're going to work with in this lesson is Home Workers Incorporated. They need Exchange 2013 to be configured for mobility. So, we're going to walk them through all of the options for mobile configuration. Okay, so let's get started.

Implement Load Balancing
Greetings and Welcome to TrainSignal. Watch, Plan, Install, Configure and Manage Client Access. It's a primary topic for the 70-341 Core Solutions with Exchange 2013 certification exam. The subtopic we'll be discussing in this lesson is Implement Load Balancing. Under the subject of Implementing Load Balancing, this objective may include, but is not limited to, Configure namespace load balancing, Configure Session Initiation Protocol, or SIP, load balancing. Plan for differences between layer seven and layer four load balancing methods and Configure Windows Network Load Balancing. Our scenario for this lesson is a company that handles event planning on a global level. They're called From A to Z Eventaganza. And yes I just made that up. Now the problem they have is that they have high availability of their Mailbox servers, but not of their Client Access Servers. The goal here is to review options to provide solid, load balancing, and availability. All right, so let's get started.

Troubleshoot Client Connectivity
Greetings, and welcome to TRAINSIGNAL. You're watching Plan, Install, Configure, and Manage Client Access. It's a primary subject for the 70-341 Exchange 2013 Core Solution Certification exam. The subtopic that we're discussing in this lesson is Troubleshoot Client Connectivity. Under the subject troubleshoot client connectivity. This objective may include, but is not limited to, troubleshoot Outlook Anywhere connectivity. Troubleshoot POP and IMAP. Troubleshoot authentication. Troubleshoot web services. Troubleshoot AutoDiscover and troubleshoot mobile devices. Or more specifically ActiveSync connections.