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“Microsoft Exchange – Q&A”: 

'Microsoft Exchange – Qandamp;A' A presentation at the 2nd Annual Technology/NWEA Seminar March 29th, 2006

Topics for the Day….: 

Topics for the Day…. Introductory Set-up – Windows 2003 Configuration The Microsoft Management Console The Best Practices Deployment Tool Optimization Issues Security – Spam, Virus Protection, Phishing, Privacy Administration A look ahead at Exchange 12 – Office 2007 – Windows Vista – Windows Server 2007

Introductory Set-up – Windows 2003 Configuration: 

Introductory Set-up – Windows 2003 Configuration Cardinal Sin – too many components, services and protocols installed. What you need. SMTP – IIS Active Server Pages ASP.Net DNS Message Queuing

Configuration – Next Steps: 

Configuration – Next Steps Apply all updates and security patches Move on the setting your server up to support Active Directory Services – if it is not the first server in your forest, update your DNS records, and enable the Exchange Box as a Global Catalog Server

The Microsoft Management Console: 

The Microsoft Management Console

The Best Practices Deployment Tool: 

The Best Practices Deployment Tool

Security – Spam, Virus Protection, Phishing, Privacy Administration: 

Security – Spam, Virus Protection, Phishing, Privacy Administration Do you need an 'edge' appliance? Is a server security application sufficient? How about an extension 3rd party applicaion for Exchange? How can you meet privacy and data storage legal requirements? Do you have acceptable use policies in place?

A look ahead at Exchange 12 – Office 2007 – Windows Vista – Windows Server 2007: 

A look ahead at Exchange 12 – Office 2007 – Windows Vista – Windows Server 2007 Exchange 12 Roles Bridgehead Server Gateway Email Server Client Access Server Unified Messaging Server Office 12 – reworked Outlook with advance unified messaging capabilities Vista – much improved security capabilities Server 2007 – 64-bit – able to address more memory – (much of the additional features have still not be widely disclosed)

Additional Information: 

Additional Information Bruce Brorson University of Minnesota, Crookston Math, Science and Technology Department Kiehle Hall 139 – 2900 University Avenue Crookston, MN 56716 By phone at – 1-218-281-8196 Fax at 1-218-281-8080 Email – bbrorson@umn.edu

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