Intertech’s Exchange Server training includes coverage of planning for Exchange Server, understanding AD design concepts for Exchange Server, configuring Exchange Server for maximum performance, reliability, security and maintainability. The Exchange Server training also covers determining hardware and software requirements, designing Exchange Server roles and infrastructure.
The courses also cover the Domain Name System, types of DNS servers, DNS components, using DNS to route SMTP mail to Exchange Server, understanding the DNS requirements for Exchange Server, common DNS problems and their remedies, the global catalog, and the Exchange Active Directory Topology Service. The Exchange Server training further covers Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) such as server certificates in Exchange Server, securing an Exchange Server, Securing an IIS web server, and how to use Outlook to send and receive digitally signed and encrypted emails.
Exchange Server training courses include understanding the Exchange Sever roles, the pre-requisites for Exchange Server, understanding high availability and site resilience in Exchange Server, Exchange Server hardware requirements, understanding role based access control, planning the installation, and deploying an Active Directory. Further, Exchange Server training courses cover migration including how to transition to Exchange Server from previous versions, deploying a prototype lab, and planning and executing the migration.
Windows Failover Clustering, database availability groups, and load balancing are covered along with the policy enforcement securing including using transport agents, creating messaging records, utilizing rights management services for policy enforcement, and protecting against spam.
For protection against spam or malware, Exchange Server training courses include coverage of Edge Transport server components, utilizing basic sender and recipient filters, using content filtering, using IP reputation for filtering, and implementing safe lists. The design and implementation of message archiving, retention, and discovery is covered in the various Exchange Server training courses.
The Exchange Administration Center is covered along with best practices and policies for Exchange administration, management, maintenance, and optimization is covered. For optimization, Exchange training courses cover analyzing capacity, proper sizing, and troubleshooting tips when there are Exchange Server performance issues.
Backing up of the Exchange Server environment is covered in the Exchange Server training courses including developing a backup strategy, determining what to backup and what to omit from backup, backing up with Windows Server and backing up specific Windows services. Recovery is also covered along with use of System Center’s Data Protection Manager. For System Center Operations Manager, there coverage of understanding how OpsMgr works, securing OpsMgr, understanding the OpsMgr components, and installing, configuring, and administrating OpsMgr.
Unified Messaging is covered in the Exchange Server training courses and includes coverage of features, architecture, and installation.
Lastly, courses can cover the use of Windows Exchange Server with other products such as SharePoint, Outlook, and OWA is covered in the Windows Exchange Server training courses along with best practices for supporting mobile devices.