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Event Review: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: Deployment and Migration (Session ITPROEXC-109)

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Session Outline

In this session, we will take a look at deploying Exchange Server 2007. We will start with a run through of the hardware, software, infrastructure, and security requirements that you need to meet before you can deploy the first Exchange Server. Then we will look at the five server roles, discuss what they do, and the options you have for implementing these roles within your organization. We will look at the installation process itself, looking at both the GUI and command line installation routines. Finally, we will go on to talk about migration from and co-existence with earlier Exchange Server platforms.

Session Agenda

  • Pre-installation requirements
  • Server roles
  • The installation process
  • Migration and co-existence

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Demo: Administering the Edge

In this demonstration, we will perform administration of the Edge Transport server. We will start by preparing EdgeSync on the Edge Transport server, and then subscribe to EdgeSync at the Hub Transport server.
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Demo: Deploying a Server

In this demonstration, we will install the mailbox role on a new server in the Northwind domain. We will add the role from the command prompt using the setup command.
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Demo: Moving Mailboxes

In this demonstration, we will move mailboxes using the PowerShell. We will move them from SMBEX01 to the newly deployed mailbox server EXBE01.
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