You will focus on day-to-day management tasks, including managing software deployments, updates, client health, hardware and software inventory, compliance, endpoint protection, application management, mobile device management, querying and reporting.This course is part two of a series of three courses.Mailbox Anchoring – Exchange Server 2016 CU1 and Exchange Server 2016 CU 11 implements something called mailbox anchoring.
You will cover the necessary administrative responsibilities, such as implementing server images, user and group management with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and Group Policy, remote access, network policies, data security, and monitoring and updating management.
This course is based on an interim build of Windows Server 2008.
Prerequisites Before attending this course, students must have: • Onthejob experience in planning, implementing, managing, or supporting Microsoft Windows Server 2000 or 2003, including Active Directory and Network Infrastructure • Working knowledge of networking, for example, TCP/IP and Domain Name System (DNS) • Designed Security for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network • Designed a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory and Network Infrastructure • Installed, Configured, and Administered Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, or Microsoft Vista Audience This course is intended for IT Professionals experienced on the technologies included in Windows Server 2000 and Windows Server 2003, and who hold an MCSE or MCSA certification and/or equivalent knowledge.
Please find part 2 of my synopsis of the Exchange Server 2016 features and updates, started in my blog Exchange Server 2016 features and updates .
In this follow up blog I cover the main points in the Cumulative Updates for Exchange Server 2016.