• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Increasingly, there is a need to extend access to internal resources by external users in order to integrate an on-premise solution with a cloud-hosted service, and this needs to be done securely. In this course, you will learn how to plan for, test, implement, and configure integration between your on-premise Exchange solution and your cloud-hosted mailboxes. You'll learn how to extend access to your internal users' calendars to a trusted business partner or vendor to speed collaboration. You'll also learn how to use certificates to secure the communications between end points.

Learning Objectives

Establish Coexistence with Exchange Online

  • start the course
  • describe a hybrid configuration
  • identify prerequisites for hybrid deployment
  • deploy and manage a hybrid configuration
  • describe server deploy assist and remote connectivity analyzer
  • implement password synchronization
  • plan and configure certificate and firewall requirements

Deploy and Manage Exchange Federation

  • define Microsoft federation gateways
  • create federation trust screenshots
  • identify X.509 requirements for federation
  • identify firewall requirements for federated sharing
  • manage sharing policies
  • create a sharing policy
  • edit a default sharing policy via EAC
  • manage organization relationships
  • describe the certificate requirements for the Microsoft Federation Gateway servers

On-premises Coexistence with Legacy Systems

  • plan namespaces for coexistence
  • describe namespace models for Office Online Server
  • describe namespace models for a regional namespace
  • identify supported coexistence scenarios
  • configure proxy redirect
  • plan firewall configuration for coexistence

Migrate Legacy Exchange Servers

  • implement single and multiphase upgrade
  • identify Exchange 2016 supported upgrade paths
  • migrate mailboxes
  • execute a cross-forest move using the EMS
  • move the Exchange system mailbox
  • download the migration scripts

Practice: Namespace Models

  • implement namespace models

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs) identified within the Specialty Areas listed below. Click to view Specialty Area details within the interactive National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.

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