MCSE Exchange 2000 Design Exam Prep: Exam 70-225

MCSE Exchange 2000 Design Exam Prep: Exam 70-225




This comprehensive test preparation book is the best resource available for IT professionals seeking to pass the MCSE Designing and Deploying a Messaging Infrastructure with Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server exam (70-225). Clear, concise chapters cover all of the pertinent test concepts such as analyzing business requirements and resources for Exchange 2000, designing and deploying Exchange 2000 Server messaging solutions, fault tolerance, and data recovery, and managing Active Directory and Internet Information Server (IIS). Real-world projects and examples provide the reader with practical hands-on experience that aid recall during the exam.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781588800268
Publisher: Coriolis Value
Publication date: 09/14/2001
Series: Exam Prep Series
Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
Pages: 720
Product dimensions: 7.28(w) x 9.82(h) x 2.12(d)

Table of Contents

Exam Insightsxxvii
Chapter 1Overview of Exchange 2000 Server1
Exchange and Windows 2000 Active Directory Integration2
Enhancements to Reliability and Scalability6
Administration and Management of Exchange 200015
Exchange 2000 Security Enhancements19
Enhanced Messaging and Collaboration Features23
Chapter Summary30
Chapter 2Analyzing Organizational Requirements for Exchange 2000 Server37
Microsoft Solutions Framework39
Determining the Organizational Model42
Analyzing the Existing and Planned Business Model49
Analyzing the Existing and Planned Administrative Model57
Chapter Summary63
Chapter 3Analyzing Resources for Exchange 2000 Server71
System Recommendations and Prerequisites72
Exchange 2000 Dedicated Server Types75
Server Planning Issues81
Processor Configuration83
Memory Configuration85
Network Configuration88
Disk Configuration and Storage89
Chapter Summary93
Chapter 4Analyzing the Existing Messaging System Architecture103
Analyzing the Existing Messaging System104
Analyzing Existing Mail Routing108
Analyzing the Existing Server Configuration112
Analyzing the Existing Client Configuration116
Chapter Summary118
Chapter 5Planning Deployments of Messaging Clients125
Exchange 2000 Compatibilities127
Analyzing MAPI Clients127
Investigating POP3 Clients129
Examining the Use of IMAP4 Clients131
Analyzing HTTP Mail Clients133
Implementing Outlook Web Access134
Outlook 2000135
Exploring Policies140
Chapter Summary143
Chapter 6Planning for Coexistence of Exchange 2000 Server with Other Messaging Systems149
Coexistence with Exchange 2000 and Microsoft Mail151
Coexistence with Exchange 2000 and cc:Mail158
Coexistence with Exchange 2000 and Lotus Notes161
Coexisting with Exchange 2000 and Group Wise164
Coexistence with Exchange 2000 and PROFS/SNADS168
Chapter Summary169
Chapter 7Designing an Upgrade or Migration Strategy175
Planning a Successful Exchange 2000 Migration Strategy176
Migrating from Lotus Notes to Exchange 2000186
Migrating from Group Wise to Exchange 2000190
Migrating from cc:Mail to Exchange 2000195
Migrating from MSMail to Exchange 2000200
Chapter Summary202
Chapter 8Designing an Exchange 2000 Server Security Plan211
Securing the Infrastructure Against Internal Attacks212
Securing the Infrastructure against External Attacks216
Chapter Summary239
Chapter 9Designing an Exchange 2000 Server Routing Group Topology245
Overview of Message Routing in Exchange 2000246
Routing Groups246
Connecting Routing Groups256
Managing Public Folders261
Chapter Summary264
Chapter 10Designing Exchange 2000 Connectivity and Synchronization271
Review of Exchange 2000 Connectors272
Connecting to Other Systems274
Replication and Synchronization with the ADC280
Exploring Connection Agreements283
Chapter Summary294
Chapter 11Designing an Exchange 2000 Server Administrative Model299
Administrative Model300
Administrative Modes312
Building Your Administrative Model314
Chapter Summary318
Chapter 12Deploying Exchange 2000 Administrative Groups325
Deploying Administrative Groups326
Windows 2000 Integration326
Administrative Group Deployment Considerations332
Chapter Summary345
Chapter 13Planning Public Folder Usage and Implementation351
Defining Public Folders352
Creating Public Folders354
Managing Public Folders356
Managing Public Folders by Using Outlook356
Managing Public Folders by Using Exchange System Manager361
Configuring Public Folder Permissions369
Replicating Public Folders371
Administering Public Folders376
Chapter Summary377
Chapter 14Designing an Exchange 2000 Server Real-Time Collaboration Solution383
Chat Service384
Instant Messaging392
Conferencing and Collaborative Solutions406
Collaboration Development in Exchange409
Chapter Summary410
Chapter 15Designing for Fault Tolerance and Data Recovery419
Overview of Data Storage in Exchange 2000420
Exchange 2000 Backup Strategies427
Planning for Fault Tolerance437
Recovering from Disaster439
Chapter Summary442
Chapter 16Deploying an Exchange 2000 Server Messaging Cluster Solution449
An Overview of Email Problems450
Defining a High-Availability Architecture450
Microsoft Cluster Server457
Exchange 5.5 versus Exchange 2000 Clustering461
Client Perspectives466
Front-End and Back-End Architecture467
Chapter Summary469
Chapter 17Troubleshooting Exchange 2000 Server475
Preventive Maintenance476
General Troubleshooting Strategies478
Exchange 2000 Installation and Setup Issues480
Solving Connectivity Issues485
Web Storage System Issues491
Problems with Active Directory and Active Directory Connector494
Backup and Restore Issues496
Performance Issues498
Issues with Windows 2000 Server Tools499
Chapter Summary500
Chapter 18Designing Messaging Infrastructure with Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 Sample Exam507
Chapter 19Designing Messaging Infrastructure with Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 Exam Answers537
Appendix AAnswers to Review Questions557
Appendix BObjectives for Exam [70-225]583
Appendix CExchange 2000 Server Design Resources585

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