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Exchange Server Organization Designing Course

by: Cresencio Daffon Jr. | 13 Feb, 2011 22:10:40

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For those students who are done with the course for Implementing and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and are preparing to take an examination specialized for Microsoft Certified System Engineer which is Designing a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Organization then you need to take a 30-hour course under the list of Microsoft - MCP, MCSA, MCSE Regular Track Courses called Designing a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Organization which will be conducted by a professional and adept Information Technology instructor in a classroom and laboratory learning facilities with minds-on and hands-on and activities in the laboratory providing supplemental training online for students to enhance them with skills and knowledge essential for a successful Exchange Server 2003 organization planning and design in a network of enterprise which includes planning for upgrading to newer exchange versions.

Upon course completion, the student should be able to perform administrative plan design and active directory analysis; routing topology and server roles and placement design; client connectivity and public folders design; security strategy of Exchange Server 2003 design; high reliability and availability design; inter-organizational connectivity design; and deployment strategy for exchange server design. 

The topics covered for the entire course starts with capacity needs analysis which focuses on storage, central processing unit, memory, and network requirements estimation; data archiving strategy design which tackles requirements affecting data archiving identification, archival data structure determination, and data archival plan creation; database server consolidation strategy design that covers database server consolidation overview, Structured Query Language server instances strategy design, and database server consolidation plan design; data distribution strategy design which discusses data distribution overview, and data distribution plan using replication creation; database server infrastructure design which tackles about current database server infrastructure evaluation, changing database server infrastructure requirements gathering, and database server infrastructure modifications design; data recovery strategy design which is regarding backup and restore strategy creation, and database disaster recovery plan creation; and database conventions and standards establishment which includes database naming conventions creation, and database infrastructure standards definition.

If you pass the examination and become certified for Designing a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Organization then you will be an expert and well-versed when it comes to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 to use for your entire computer system, whether it may be network of computers or a single PC wherever you may be – in the office, at home, in your place of business, or simply in front of your desktops, laptops or notebooks. It will be your edge as student of this comprehensive course over others who haven’t acquired any knowledge or skills regarding Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 organization design.

To enroll for this training, you may call, e-mail, or visit our offices to inquire about the requirements.

We are looking forward to provide you quality Information Technology courses and trainings like this at CNCTC, Inc.


The perfect time to enroll is TODAY! 

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