IT Technical Training (Tutor led) Troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange server 2003( Seminar)

By: Pitman Training Preston  17/11/2009
Keywords: microsoft, seminars, technical training

 This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to identify and resolve common Microsoft Exchange Server issues.
Aims and Objectives Delegates will learn how to: Apply knowledge of a troubleshooting methodology to identify and resolve a problem. Identify and resolve network connectivity problems and problems arising from host resolution protocols. Identify and resolve problems with public folders and mailboxes. Identify and resolve front-end server and back-end server issues that cause problems with Outlook® Web Access. Identify and resolve problems with Internet protocol virtual servers such as SMTP, IMAP and POP. Identify and resolve connectivity problems between servers running Exchange Server 2003 between Exchange Server 2003 and other messaging systems and problems with relay configurations. Identify and resolve problems with bandwidth services, database corruption, service failures, disk space and other server performance problems. Identify and resolve encryption and digital signature issues and problems caused by viruses. Identify and resolve problems related to migrating from Exchange Server 5.5 to Exchange Server 2003. Apply knowledge of troubleshooting methodology to create a troubleshooting strategy and identify the appropriate tools.Processes and procedures for each step of the strategy.

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