• 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 NICE Framework Task, Knowledge, and Skill statements identified within the indicated NICE Framework component(s):

Specialty Areas

  • Systems Administration