• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

When disaster strikes, you want to be prepared with time-tested methods for getting back up and running just as quickly as you can. Arm yourself against failure with these proven recovery strategies. You'll examine traditional backup and restore strategies, as well as time-tested methods like Dial Tone restores, as well as the latest options for restoring everything from a single mail item, to a database, to the entire server. Then you'll examine the CAS services in Exchange 2016. As long as Exchange has existed, there have been frontend servers. Exchange 2016 removes the CAS role as a separate install, which is a major architectural change, directly impacting your design. You'll examine the differences between legacy CAS and CAS in 2016, define the interactions between the CAS and Mailbox services, and the client communication process with a focus on the CAS services acting as a stateless proxy.

Learning Objectives

Develop Backup and Recovery Solutions

  • start the course
  • manage lagged mailbox database copies
  • describe procedure 1 of activate lagged mailbox database copies
  • activate a lagged copy of the database
  • enforce redelivery from safety net
  • identify backup and restore solutions and strategies
  • describe Exchange Server recovery
  • recover mailbox databases
  • set item-level recovery
  • set recoverable items retention, folder quota, and alerts
  • define in-place hold
  • recover the public folder hierarchy and public folders
  • perform a dial tone restore

Manage MBX Client Access Services (CAS)

  • describe the differences between legacy CAS and Exchange CAS
  • describe the interaction between CAS and mailbox services
  • define virtual directories
  • implement virtual directories
  • define client communication process
  • use client communication process
  • describe outlook connectivity to the Exchange 2016 solution
  • define autodiscover service operation
  • describe CAS configuration and management tasks
  • configure Office Online Server (OOS)

Practice: Set Internal and External URLs

  • use the Exchange recover server option

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.