Exam Prep: 70-341 and 70-342 – MCSE: Messaging (Microsoft Exchange Server 2013)

Exam Prep: 70-341 and 70-342 – MCSE: Messaging (Microsoft Exchange Server 2013)

This Exam Prep session is designed for people experienced with Exchange Server 2013 and who are interested in taking the 70-341 (Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013) and 70-342 (Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013) exams. These exams are required for the new MCSE: Messaging certification. Attendees of this session can expect to review the topics covered in these exams in a fast-paced format, as well as receive some valuable test taking techniques. Attendees will leave with an understanding of how Microsoft certification works, the key topics covered in the exams, and an exhaustive look at resources for getting ready for the exam. The session is led by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), experienced in delivering sessions on these topics.

New book: Exam Ref 70-342 Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
Prepare for Microsoft Exam 70-342—and demonstrate your real-world mastery of advanced Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 solution design, configuration, implementation, management, and support. Designed for experienced IT professionals ready to advance, Exam Ref focuses on critical-thinking and decision-making acumen needed for success at the MCSE level.

Focus on the expertise measured by these objectives:
· Configure, manage, and migrate Unified Messaging
· Design, configure, and manage site resiliency
· Design, configure, and manage advanced security
· Configure and manage compliance, archiving, and discovery solutions
· Implement and manage coexistence, hybrid scenarios, migration, and federation

This Microsoft Exam Ref:
· Organizes its coverage by exam objectives
· Features strategic, what-if scenarios to challenge you
· Provides exam preparation tips written by two Exchange Server MVPs
· Assumes you have at least three years of experience managing Exchange Servers and have responsibilities for an enterprise Exchange messaging environment

Skills measured

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam. View video tutorials about the variety of question types on Microsoft exams.

Please note that the questions may test on, but will not be limited to, the topics described in the bulleted text.
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Starting July 2014, the questions on this exam include content covering Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1.

Configure, manage, and migrate Unified Messaging (20%)
Configure Unified Messaging (UM)
Configure an IP gateway; configure a UM call router; create and configure an auto attendant; configure a call answering rule; design UM for high availability; create a dial plan
Manage Unified Messaging
Assign a dial plan to a user; move users between dial plans; enable and disable UM features for a user; set up protected voice mail; configure UM mailbox policy; manage UM language packs
Troubleshoot Unified Messaging
Troubleshoot and configure Mutual Transport Layer Security (MTLS); monitor calls and call statistics; troubleshoot and configure Quality of Service (QoS); troubleshoot SIP communication
Migrate Unified Messaging
Prepare to migrate; plan a migration strategy; plan a coexistence strategy; move UM mailboxes between sites; redirect the SIP gateway to Exchange; decommission the legacy system

Preparation resources
Deploy Exchange 2013 UM
Exchange Server 2013 and Unified Messaging – Part 1 – deploying and configuring
UM reports procedures

Design, configure, and manage site resiliency (22%)

Manage a site-resilient Database Availability Group (DAG)
Plan and implement Datacenter Activation Coordination (DAC); given customer node requirements, recommend quorum options; plan cross-site DAG configuration; configure DAG networks
Design, deploy, and manage a site-resilient CAS solution
Plan site-resilient namespaces; configure site-resilient namespace URLs; perform steps for site *over; plan certificate requirements for site failovers; predict client behavior during a *over
Design, deploy, and manage site resilience for transport
Configure MX records for failover scenarios; manage resubmission and reroute queues; plan and configure Send/Receive connectors for site resiliency; perform steps for transport *over
Troubleshoot site-resiliency issues
Resolve quorum issues; troubleshoot proxy redirection issues; troubleshoot client connectivity; troubleshoot mail flow; troubleshoot data center activation; troubleshoot DAG replication

Preparation resources
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Managing high availability and site resilience
Planning for high availability and site resilience
Database availability groups

Design, configure, and manage advanced security (21%)
Select an appropriate security strategy
Evaluate role-based access control (RBAC); evaluate BitLocker; evaluate smart cards; evaluate Information Rights Management (IRM); evaluate S/MIME; evaluate Domain Secure/TLS
Deploy and manage IRM with Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)
Create an AD RMS template; create transport protection rules; create Outlook protection rules; configure transport decryption; configure IRM for discovery; configure pre-licensing for client access
Configure and interpret mailbox and administrative auditing
Configure mailbox audit logging; configure administrative audit logging; configure mailbox access logging; interpret all audit logs
Troubleshoot security-related issues
Determine certificate validity; ensure proper Certificate Revocation List (CRL) access and placement; ensure private key availability; troubleshoot failed IRM protection; troubleshoot RBAC

Preparation resources
Information Rights Management
Mailbox audit logging

Configure and manage compliance, archiving, and discovery solutions (20%)
Configure and manage an archiving solution
Set up online archiving (Office 365); create archive policies; set up on-premises archiving; plan storage for an archiving solution
Design and configure Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions
Set up pre-built rules; set up custom rules; design a DLP solution to meet business requirements; set up custom policies
Configure and administer Message Records Management (MRM)
Design retention policies; configure retention policies; create and configure custom tags; assign policies to users; configure the Managed Folder Assistant; remove and delete tags
Perform eDiscovery
Plan and delegate RBAC roles for eDiscovery; enable a legal/litigation hold; perform a query-based InPlace hold; design and configure journaling; perform multi-mailbox searches in Exchange Administration Center (EAC); evaluate how to integrate InPlace federated searches with Microsoft SharePoint
Implement a compliance solution
Design and configure transport rules for ethical walls; configure MailTips; create, configure, and deploy message classifications; design and configure transport rules to meet specified compliance requirements

Preparation resources

Exchange Server 2013: Archive with elegance
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 data loss prevention
Messaging records management

Implement and manage coexistence, hybrid scenarios, migration, and federation (18%)
Establish coexistence with Exchange Online
Deploy and manage hybrid configuration; evaluate limitations of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard; configure requirements for single sign-on (SSO); design and configure Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
Deploy and manage Exchange federation
Manage federation trusts with Microsoft federation gateways; manage hybrid deployment OAuth-based authentication; manage sharing policies; design certificate and firewall requirements; manage organization relationships
Implement on-premises coexistence with legacy systems
Plan namespaces for coexistence; configure proxy redirect; plan firewall configuration for coexistence; plan for mail flow requirements
Set up a cross-forest coexistence solution
Set up cross-forest availability; design certificate and firewall requirements; set up cross-forest mail flow; design and configure AutoDiscover; set up shared namespaces
Migrate legacy systems
Determine transition paths to Exchange; migrate public folders; migrate mailboxes; upgrade policies; plan to account for discontinued features; transition and decommission server roles
Troubleshoot issues associated with hybrid scenarios, coexistence, migration, and federation
Troubleshoot transport; troubleshoot Exchange federation trust and organization relationships; troubleshoot client access; troubleshoot SSO/AD FS; troubleshoot DirSync; troubleshoot cross-forest availability

Preparation resources
Exchange Server 2013 hybrid deployments
Configure the Availability service for cross-forest topologies
Public Folder procedures

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