CIT 215 - Implementation and Administration of MS Exchange 2000 Server
Revised : February 13, 2003 --Spring
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Phone: 753-2288 (office with voice
Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Implementation and Administration, by
Microsoft Press. Available in the college bookstore.
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Implementation and Administration of Microsoft Exchange
This Class is targeted towards the student training to become a information
technology (IT) professional. This course will teach you, through lectures,
demonstrations, in-class labs, and homework exercises, how to implement and
manage Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server. The class begins by laying some
groundwork by presenting the features, design goals, and architecture of
Exchange 2000 Server. Because of the tight integration with Microsoft Windows
2000 Server, you will learn how to prepare Active Directory directory service
for Exchange 2000 deployment, and you will have the opportunity to install
Exchange 2000 Server on your own computer. Some of the deployment options
covered include coexistence with previous versions of Exchange Server and
installing Exchange 2000 Server in a clustered environment. Once the messaging
system is installed, the focus of the course will be on client types, client
access, client management, server management, message routing, and security.
You should have the following knowledge and skills prior to starting the
course. In some cases, it might be possible to acquire this knowledge and these
skills through additional study during the course.
Upon successful completion of this
course, you will be able to:
- Knowledge of the fundamentals of networking technology
- Experience with Microsoft Windows 2000 Server or successful completion of
the ALS: Microsoft Windows 2000 Server course
- Knowledge of Active Directory directory service, Domain Name System (DNS),
and the TCP/IP protocol suite.
- Install Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server and upgrade existing Exchange
servers to Exchange 2000 Server. This includes how to configure the Active
Directory Connector (ADC) and manage coexistence with Microsoft Exchange 5.5
Server. It also includes how to perform client deployments.
- Configure an Exchange 2000 server. The types of server configurations
include those for mailboxes, public folders, gateways, virtual servers, and
real-time collaboration. This includes managing an Exchange 2000 server
environment by creating administrative groups and routing groups, planning
server resources, and implementing advanced security.
- Create and manage recipient objects and manage information store
association. This includes how to manage address lists and the Recipient
- Monitor message queues and server resources, and manage messaging and
public folder connectivity.
- Manage Exchange 2000 Server growth through database management and the
monitoring of client access to e-mail and public folders.
- Create and apply a disaster recovery plan.
Your grade will be based on 40% class assignments, 20% participation, and
40% on tests.
This is a letter grade class an A=90-100%, B=80-89%,
C=70-79%, D=60-69%, F=59% or less or W=Official Withdrawal if done before the
withdrawal deadline. There is no curve in this grading scale. All assignment due
dates will be noted when the assignments are given. Any excused absences must be
agreed to by the instructor in advance unless there are strong extenuating
circumstances. One (1) unexcused absences results in a Failing grade. The code
of conduct stated in The Rules and Disciplinary Procedures for Members of the
University Community will be enforced.
The following is a tentative schedule for the
course. The instructor reserves the right to make schedule changes based on
the needs of the students, and class progress.
- Week 1:
- Chapter 1 Introduction to MS Exchange 2K Server
- Chapter 2 Integration with MS Windows 2K
- *Lab 1 Creating a Windows 2K Domain
- Chapter 3 MS Exchange 2K Architecture
- Week 2:
- Chapter 4 Planning Exchange Installation
- *Lab 2 Preparing Exchange Installation
- Chapter 5 Installing Exchange
- *Lab 3 Installing Echange
- Chapter 6 Coexistence with Lower-level Ver.
- *Lab 4 Analzing Exchange 5.5 Upgrade
- Week 3:
- Chapter 7 Clustered Env.
- *Lab 5 Cluster Server Components
- Chapter 8 Outlook Deployment
- *Lab 6 Installing Outlook 2K
- Chapter 9 MAPI-Based Clients
- *Lab 7 Outlook 2K MAPI Profile
- Week 4:
- Chapter 10 MAPI-Based Clients, Netware Env.
- *Lab 8 Using RPCPing
- Chapter 11 Internet-Based Client Access
- *Lab 9 Internet Protocols, with Outlook
- *Lab 10 NNTP with Outlook
- Chapter 12 Management Tools
- *Lab 11 Exchange System Manager Sanp-in
- Week 5:
- Chapter 13 Creating, Managing Recipients
- *Lab 12 Server Recipient Objects
- Chapter 14 Server Configuation
- *Lab 13 Index Exchange2K MailBox Store
- Chapter 15 SMTP Configuation
- *Lab 14 Modifying SMTP
- Week 6:
- Chapter 16 Message Routing Admin.
- *Lab 15 Viewing Link State Information
- Chapter 17 Public Folder Management
- *Lab 16 Public Folders
- Chapter 18 Public Folder Replication
- *Lab 17 InterOrg Replication Utility
- Week 7:
- Chapter 19 Advance Security
- *Lab 18 POP3 Protocol Logging
- Chapter 20 Maintenance, Troubleshooting
- *Lab 19 ESEUTIL.EXE
- Week 8:
- Chapter 21 Outlook Forms Env.
- *Lab 20 Publishing Forms
- Chapter 22 Outlook Web Access
- *Lab 21 Front End/Back End Topology
- Chpater 23 Web Storage System
- *Lab 22 Client Access to ExIFS
- Week 9:
- Chapter 24 Workgroup and WorkFlow
- Chpater 25 Real time Collaboration
- *Lab 23 Chat Client
- Chapter 29 Novel GroupWise
- Week 10:
- Class Review Addional
- Material Covered as required
- Final Exam
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