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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Mailbox and High Availability Język: 2

978-0-7356-7858-3

Cena Brutto: 202.13

Cena netto: 192.50

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Wersja: Drukowana
Autor Tony Redmond
Liczba_stron 864
Wydawnictwo Microsoft Press
Oprawa miękka
Data_Wydania 2013-09-30
Microsoft

Exchange Server 2013

Inside Out: Mailbox and High Availability


With a focus on mailbox and high availability features, this book delivers the ultimate, in-depth reference to IT professionals planning and managing an Exchange Server 2013 deployment. Guided by Tony Redmond, a Microsoft MVP and award-winning author, you will:

  • Get inside insights for planning your upgrade or deployment
  • Understand major changes to Exchange Server architecture
  • Take a deep dive into configuring mailboxes, distribution groups, and contacts; planning and managing the Managed Store; database availability groups; mailbox replication service; compliance, data leakage, and data loss prevention; site mailboxes; modern public folders
  • Examine the new web-based Exchange admin center (EAC)


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  1. Chapter 1 Introducing Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

    1. Understanding development priorities

    2. The influence of The Service

    3. Exchange 2013 architecture

    4. The motivation to upgrade

    5. Selecting the right Windows Server for Exchange 2013

    6. Using virtualization

    7. Preparing for Exchange 2013

    8. Exchange 2013 editions

    9. Active Directory

    10. Useful utilities

    11. Installing Exchange 2013

  2. Chapter 2 Installing Exchange 2013

    1. Approaching the installation

    2. Types of Active Directory deployment that support Exchange

    3. Preparing Active Directory for Exchange

    4. Creating the Exchange 2013 organization

    5. Deploying an Exchange 2013 server

    6. Versions, cumulative updates, and service packs

    7. Security groups and accounts Exchange creates

    8. Namespace planning

    9. Contemplating management

  3. Chapter 3 The Exchange Management Shell

    1. How Exchange uses Windows PowerShell

    2. Using remote Windows PowerShell

    3. EMS basics

    4. Active Directory for PowerShell

    5. Exploring useful EMS examples

    6. Verbose PowerShell

    7. Controlling access to Exchange

  4. Chapter 4 Role-based access control

    1. RBAC basics

    2. Roles

    3. Role groups

    4. Scopes

    5. Working with RBAC

    6. Role group management

    7. Role assignment

    8. Assignment policies

    9. Implementing a split permissions model

    10. Figuring out RBAC

    11. On to management

  5. Chapter 5 Mailbox management

    1. Seeking perfection halts progress

    2. Managing Recipients

    3. The need for mailboxes

    4. Naming mailboxes

    5. Creating new mailboxes

    6. Mailbox resources provisioning management agent

    7. Setting mailbox quotas

    8. Removing or disabling mailboxes

    9. Reconnecting mailboxes

    10. Discovery mailboxes

    11. Health mailboxes

    12. Setting mailbox permissions

    13. Shared mailboxes

    14. Recalling messages

    15. Moderated recipients

    16. Mail-enabled contacts

    17. Mail users

    18. Resource mailboxes

    19. Enough about mailboxes

  6. Chapter 6 More about the Exchange Administration Center

    1. Groups

    2. Dynamic distribution groups

    3. Sharing

    4. Certificate management

    5. Mail flow and rules

    6. Delivery reports

    7. Running EAC without an Exchange mailbox

    8. Setting diagnostics for Exchange servers

    9. But what will you manage?

  7. Chapter 7 Addressing Exchange

    1. Email address policies

    2. Address lists

    3. Address book policies

    4. The Offline Address Book

    5. Hierarchical address book

    6. MailTips and group metrics

    7. The display or Details Templates Editor

    8. The next step

  8. Chapter 8 The Exchange 2013 Store

    1. Long live JET!

    2. Maximum database size

    3. Dealing with I/O

    4. Workers, controller, and memory

    5. Managed Availability and the Managed Store

    6. Database management

    7. Transaction logs

    8. Background maintenance

    9. Corrupt item detection and isolation

    10. Rebuilding a database

    11. Database usage statistics

    12. Mailbox assistants

    13. And now for something completely different

  9. Chapter 9 The Database Availability Group

    1. Changes in high availability in Exchange 2013

    2. Database portability

    3. Migrating an Exchange 2010 DAG

    4. Active Manager

    5. Transaction log replay: The foundation for DAG replication

    6. Changes in message submission within a DAG

    7. Day-to-day DAG management and operations

    8. Datacenter Activation Coordination

    9. Approaching DAG designs

    10. Server maintenance

    11. Stressed servers

    12. On to protecting data

  10. Chapter 10 Moving mailboxes

    1. The Mailbox Replication service

    2. Moving mailboxes

    3. The Migration service

    4. Mailbox Replication service processing

    5. Creating and managing migration batches with EAC

    6. Using EMS with migration batches

    7. Reporting mailbox moves

    8. Managing individual mailbox moves

    9. Migration endpoints

    10. Enabling MRSProxy

    11. Planning mailbox moves

    12. Ensuring high availability

    13. MRS configuration file

    14. Mailbox import and export

    15. Alerts

    16. Time to comply

  11. Chapter 11 Compliance management

    1. The joy of legal discovery

    2. Archive mailboxes

    3. Messaging records management

    4. How the Managed Folder Assistant implements retention policies

    5. Preserving information

    6. The value of the Recoverable Items structure

    7. Auditing administrator actions

    8. Auditing mailbox access

    9. Other compliance features

  12. Chapter 12 Public folders and site mailboxes

    1. Public folders

    2. Migration to modern public folders

    3. Site mailboxes

    4. Summarizing public folders and site mailboxes

    5. Moving on

  1. Appendix About the Author

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