Posted by: kurtsh | March 30, 2010

TRAINING: Exchange Server 2010 Virtual Hands-On-Lab (Various Dates)

image Microsoft invites you to an exclusive training opportunity:
Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010  Virtual Hands-On Lab

Learn about the new features in Exchange Server 2010 in this half day hands-on lab. Topics include:

  • Exchange Server 2010 Client Access. In this lab, you will configure and test the MailTips functionality within Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010, review some of the new features in Outlook Web App (OWA), and experience using a Microsoft Windows Mobile® Device Emulator
  • Exchange Server 2010 Compliance – Information Leakage Protection and Control. In this lab exercise, you will configure Rights Management Service (RMS) and integrate RMS as a component of Microsoft® Exchange 2010 transport security.
  • Exchange Server 2010 Transport Routing. In this lab exercise, you will simulate failures in various components of Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 transport and learn about improvements made in high availability and manageability of transport systems.
  • Exchange Server 2010 High Availability and Storage Scenarios. During this lab, you will use the DC01, EX01, EX02, and EX03 virtual computers to gain hands-on experience with the new high availability features of Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010.

Course Modules

  • Exchange Server 2010 Client Access
  • Exchange Server 2010 Compliance – Information Leakage Protection and Control
  • Exchange Server 2010 Transport Routing
  • Exchange Server 2010 High Availability and Storage Scenarios

Who Should Attend:
Attendees should be IT Professionals who are responsible for managing, installing and deploying networking, messaging, conferencing and voice-over-IP technology.

Prerequisites:
To get the most from this course, you will need knowledge of Exchange Server 2003 or 2007 Architecture and installation.

What is a virtual hands-on-lab:
This isn’t your typical IT class. A hands-on lab online is an invite only event that combines LiveMeeting with a virtual lab. Attendees and presenters login from anywhere. Attendees watch a brief LiveMeeting presentation, then spend most of the time getting hands-on experience working through all, or just self-selected modules of the entire lab – at their own pace, and receive real–time, personal, one-on-one attention from the presenter. In addition, there’s a proctor available for technical support and to answer more attendee questions.

Lab Environment System Requirements:

We recommend you test your system here: http://test.vlabcenter.com/hv/default.aspx

Windows

Only Microsoft Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 are supported.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later

Due to the complex requirements of presenting these Virtual Lab sessions over the internet, only Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later are supported.

Screen resolution of 1024 x 768

The Virtual Lab sessions are best viewed at a screen resolution of 1024×768 or greater. Otherwise you may experience clipping of content.

Cookies Enabled

You must have cookies enabled to run these Virtual Lab sessions.

ActiveX Control

The Microsoft "VMRC" ActiveX control is required by this site. If you do not have it installed/enabled, you will be asked to when launching the Virtual Lab.

Firewall

Connecting to the Virtual Lab sessions require that you have port 443 open. Please see your network administrator for assistance.

 

Registration:
If you are a customer of mine, please contact me for dates/times & registration details as this is a closed training event.


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