• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Federation with AD FS and Exchange Server enables the sharing of Exchange information, such as calendars and availability information, between organizations. In this course, you will learn about hybrid and federated Exchange deployment, managing federation and cross-forest trusts, and migrating legacy Exchange servers and clients to 2013. This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server (70-342) 2013 exam.

Learning Objectives

Establish Coexistence with Exchange Online

  • start the course
  • describe Exchange Server 2013 hybrid cloud and on-premises deployments
  • prepare Exchange Server 2013 for hybrid deployment
  • configure hybrid Exchange Server 2013 deployments with the hybrid configuration wizard

 

Deploy and Manage Exchange Federation

  • describe the role of Active Directory Federation Services in Exchange Server 2013 hybrid deployment
  • configure Exchange Server 2013 for federation with Microsoft Federation Gateways
  • describe certificate and firewall requirements for Exchange Server 2013 federation
  • describe policies for sharing Exchange Server 2013 information with federation partners
  • create policies for sharing Exchange Server 2013 information with federation partners using the Exchange Management Shell
  • create policies for sharing Exchange Server 2013 information with federation partners for multiple mailboxes
  • create sharing relationships between federated partners with Exchange Server 2013

 

Implement Coexistence with Legacy Systems

  • describe the function of Exchange Server 2013 Client Access Servers in supporting legacy clients
  • describe Exchange Server 2013 Client Access Server configuration options, and options to decommission deprecated servers
  • describe requirements for coexistence between Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange 2007 Client Access Servers

 

Configure a Cross-forest Coexistence Solution

  • describe options for coexistence between multiple Exchange Server 2013 deployments on different forests
  • create send and receive connectors between Exchange Server 2013 installations in different forests
  • configure a shared namespace for Exchange Server 2013 installations in different forests
  • configure a cross-forest send connector for Exchange Server 2013 installations in different forests
  • describe options for sharing busy information between Exchange Server 2013 installations in different forests
  • describe Exchange Server 2013 certificate and firewall requirements for cross-forest communication

 

Migrate Legacy Systems

  • recognize considerations for upgrading to Exchange Server 2013 in a single phase or multiple phases
  • migrate mailboxes to Exchange Server 2013
  • move Exchange Server 2013 resources between forests using the Exchange Management Shell
  • move Exchange Server 2013 system mailboxes using the Exchange Administration Console
  • prepare for public folder migration to Exchange Server 2013
  • migrate public folders to Exchange Server 2013
  • describe message records management in Exchange Server 2013
  • remove old Exchange versions when migrating to Exchange Server 2013

 

Practice: Cross-forest Coexistence

  • configure cross-forest coexistence between Exchange Server installations

 

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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