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Introduction 3 the CAS role and the Hub Transport role, two updated roles to Exchange Server 2010 that are critical to the Exchange Server 2010 organizational environment. .Part VI: Exchange Server 2010 Administration and Management—In this part, five chapters focus on the administration and managem
Microsoft@ Exchange Server 2010 Unleashed Editor-in-Chief Copyright o 2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. Karen gettman All rights reserved. No part of this book shall be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, Executive Editor or otherwise, without written permission from the publisher. no patent liability is Neil rowe assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein. Although every assume no responsibility for errors or omissions. Nor is any liability assumed for or caution has been taken in the ation of this book the publisher and author Development Editor Mark Renfrow damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein SBN13:9780672330469 Managing Editor SBN10:067233046-6 Kristy hart Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Project Editor Microsoft Exchange server 2010 unleashed/ Rand H Morimoto.let al. Betsy Harris Includes bibliographical references and index Copy editor SBN9780672330469(ak. paper) Apostrophe Editing 1. Microsoft Exchange server. 2. Client/server computing. 3. Electronic mail Services systems. I Morimoto, Rand QA76.9c55M529882009 Indexer 004.692-dc22 Erika millen 2009034389 Printed in the united states of america proofreaders First Printing: October 2009 Water Crest Publish Trademarks Williams Woods All terms mentioned in this book that are known to be trademarks or service marks have been appropriately capitalized. Sams Publishing cannot attest to the accuracy of Publishing this information. Use of a term in this book should not be regarded as affecting the Technical Editor validity of any trademark or service mark Guy Yardeni, CISSP Warning and Disclaimer MCITP MCSE Every effort has been made to make this book as complete and as accurate as possi Security ble, but no warranty or fitness is implied. The information provided is on an"as is basis. The authors and the publisher shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any Publishing person or entity with respect to any loss or damages arising from the information Coordinator contained in this book Cindy Teeters Bulk sales Sams Publishing offers excellent discounts on this book when ordered in quantity for bulk purchases or special sales. For more information, please contact Gary Adair U.s. Corporate and Government sales Compositor 1-8003823419 corpsales@pearsontechgroup.com Jake Mcfarland For sales outside of the U.S., please contact Contributing Writers International sales Alex Lewis, CISSP international@ pearsoned com MVP Jeff guillet MVp MCITP CISSP PMP Ross Mistry, MVP MCTS Scott chimney CISSP MCITP MCTS Tyson Kopczynski CISSP GSEC, GCIH MCTS From the Library of Lee Bogdanoff Contents at a glance Introduction Part I: Microsoft Exchange server 2010 Overview 1 Exchange server 2010 Technology primer 2 Planning, Prototyping, Migrating, and Deploying Exchange server 2010 37 Part ll: Planning and designing an Exchange server 2010 Environment 3 Understanding Core Exchange Server 2010 Design Plans ∴71 4 Architecting an Enterprise-Level Exchange Server Environment 89 5 Integrating Exchange Server 2010 in a Non-Windows Environment..103 6 Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller placement for Exchange server 2010.......................................125 Part Il: Implementing Exchange Server 2010 Services 7 Installing Exchange Server 2010 169 8 Implementing Edge Services for an Exchange Server 2010 Environment 213 9 Using Windows powerShell in an Exchange server 2010 Environment Part IV: Securing an Exchange Server 2010 Environment 10 Client-Level Secured messaging 01 11 Server and Transport-Level Security .327 12 Integrating Certificate-Based Public Key Infrastructure(PKI) in Exchange server 2010 13 Securing Exchange Server 2010 with ISA Server 397 14 Understanding exchange server policy enforcement Security......427 Part V: Migrations and Coexistence with Exchange Server 2010 15 Migrating from Active Directory 2000 /2003 to Active Directory 2008...455 16 Transitioning from Exchange Server 2003/2007 to Exchange Server 2010 .491 17 Implementing Client Access and Hub transport Servers 523 From the library of lee bogdanoff Part VI: Exchange Server 2010 Administration and management 18 Administering an Exchange Server2010 Environment………………..563 19 Exchange Server 2010 Management and Maintenance Practices 633 20 Using Operations Manager to Monitor Exchange Server 2010 .667 21 Remote Administration of Exchange server 2010 Servers 705 22 Documenting an exchange server 2010 Environment 727 Part Vll: Unified Communications in an Exchange Server 2010 Environment 23 Designing and Implementing Mobility in Exchange Server 2010 755 24 Designing and Configuring Unified Messaging in Exchange Server 2010 777 25 Collaborating Within an Exchange Server Environment Using Microsoft office sharepoint server 2007 833 26 Integrating Office Communications Server 2007 in an Exchange Server 2010 environment ∴857 Part vill: Client Access to Exchange server 2010 27 Getting the most Out of the microsoft Outlook client 883 28 Leveraging the Capabilities of the Outlook Web app(owa) client.921 29 USing Non-Windows Systems to Access Exchange server 2010................973 30 Deploying the client for Microsoft Exchange Server2010………95 Part IX: Data Protection and Disaster Recovery of Exchange Server 2010 31 Database Availability Group Replication in Exchange Server 2010...1027 32 Backing Up the Exchange Server 2010 Environment 1059 33 Recovering from a disaster in an Exchange server 2010 Environment 1085 Part X: Optimizing exchange server 2010 Environments 34 Optimizing an exchange server 2010 Environment 1115 35 Designing and Optimizing Storage in an Exchange Server 2010 Environment 1149 From the Library of Lee Bogdanoff Table of contents Introduction Part I: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Overview 1 Exchange Server 2010 Technology Primer 5 What Is Exchange server 2010? Understanding the Evolution of Exchange Server……………6 Exchange server 2010 Versions and licensing..............11 Choosing the standard edition of Exchange server 2010..................12 Expanding into the Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise Edition .....12 Exchange Enterprise Cal Versus Standard CaL 12 What's New in exchange server 2010?........................................................13 What's the Same between Exchange server 2003/2007 and Exchange Server 2010? 13 What's Missing in Exchange Server 2010 That Was in Previous Versions? 141 Exploring the New Exchange Management Console Providing Exchange Server 2010 on an x64-Bit Platform Only..16 Improvements in Exchange Server 2010 Relative to Security and Compliance .18 Exchange server 2010 as the Focal Point for Remote and Mobile communications 19 Improving Unified Messaging in Exchange Server 2010.........22 Making exchange Server 2010 Extremely Reliable and recoverable 23 Improving Configuration, Administration, and Management Through the exchange management shell 2 Understanding Exchange server 2010 Server Roles and Mail Flow.....26 Identifying exchange server 2010 Server roles 27 How Messages get to Exchange server from the Internet......30 How Messages Route Within an Internal Exchange server Environment 30 Understanding the Importance of Active Directory for an Exchange Server 2010 Environment 31 The role of the directory in an Exchange server 2010 Environment 31 From the library of lee bogdanoff Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Unleashed The role of Domain Name System (DNS) for Internal and External Message routing…… 32 The role of Sites in Exchange server 2010.........................................32 Installing and Migrating to Exchange Server 2010 32 Installing Exchange Server2010 from scratch………………….32 grating to Exchange Server 2010 33 Managing and Administering Exchange Server 2010 .33 Monitoring exchange server using microsoft system Center Operations manager (scom......................34 Summary 34 Best practices…34 2 Planning, Prototyping, Migrating, and Deploying Exchange Server 2010 37 Initiation, planning, testing, and pilot The four phases to the upgrad 38 Documentation Required during the phases.............39 Initiation Phase: Defining the Scope and goals The Scope of the project... Identifying the goals 42 Initiation phase: Creating the Statement of Work………………146 Summarizing the scope of work 47 Summarizing the goals…… 47 Summarizing the timeline and milestones Summarizing the resources required.……………………49 Summarizing the risks and assumptions 50 Summarizing the Initial Budget…………. 50 Getting Approval on the Statement of Work…… Planning Phase: Discovery. 51 Understanding the existing environment Understanding the geographic Distribution of Resources......52 Planning Phase: Creating the Design Document Collaboration sessions: Making the Design Decisions…………54 Disaster Recovery options Design Document Structure…… 5 greeing on the Design……… Creating the Migration Document 57 The Project Schedule 8 Create the Migration Document 8 The prototype phase .62 What Is Needed for the lab? Disaster Recovery Testing…… 64 From the Library of Lee Bogdanoff Contents Documentation from the prototype. ..................................................64 Final validation of the migration Document 65 The Pilot Phase: Deploying Services to a Limited Number of Users...65 The first server in the pilot 66 Choosing the Pilot group…… 66 Gauging the Success of the Pilot Phase 67 The Production Migration/ Upgrade……… 67 Decommissioning the Old Exchange Server Environment Supporting the New Exchange server 2010 Environment 68 Summary Best practices 69 Part l: Planning and Designing an Exchange Server 2010 Environment Understanding Core Exchange Server 2010 Design Plans Planning for exchange server 2010 71 Outlining Significant Changes in Exchange Server 2010 72 Reviewing exchange server and operating system requirements.73 Scaling exchange server 2010.............................................................75 Having exchange server 2010 Coexist with an existing network Infrastructure 75 Identifying Third-Party Product Functionality 76 Understanding AD Design Concepts for Exchange Server2010………….76 Understanding the ad Forest 76 Understanding the AD Domain Structure 78 Reviewing AD Infrastructure Components…… 79 Understanding Multiple Forests Design Concepts Using Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager(FIM) Determining Exchange Server2010 Placement.………… 80 Understanding Exchange Server2010 Server roles………….8 Understanding Environment Sizing Considerations……… 82 Identifying Client Access Points 82 Configuring Exchange Server 2010 for Maximum Performance and reliability 83 Designing an Optimal Operating System Configuration for EXO 83 Configuring Disk Options for Performance………………… 84 Working with Multiple exchange server Databases.........85 Monitoring Design Concepts with System Center Operations Manager 2007 r2 85 From the library of lee bogdanoff Microsoft Exchange server 2010 Unleashed Securing and maintaining an exchange server 2010 lmplementation..86 Patching the Operating System Using Windows Server Update services........................................86 Summary 87 Best practices∴87 4 Architecting an Enterprise-Level Exchange Server Environment 89 Designing Active Directory for Exchange Server 2010 89 Understanding Forest and Domain Design 90 Reviewing Domain Controller and Global Catalog Placement..91 Outlining ad site and replication topology layout Concepts.............................................91 Configuring DNS Determining Hardware and software components..............92 Designing Server Number and placement 92 Providing for Server Redundancy and optimization 2 Reviewing server memory and processor recommendations....93 Outlining Server Operating System Considerations………… .93 Designing Exchange Server Roles in an Exchange Server Environment.93 Planning for the mailbox Server role.……………………………94 Planning for the Client Access Server role…… 94 Planning for the Edge Transport role 95 Planning for the hub transport role Planning for the Unified Messaging role Understanding a Sample Deployment Scenario 96 Designing Exchange Server Infrastructure Determining the exchange server version 97 Determining Exchange Server Database Layout……….97 Outlining exchange server recovery options 97 Considering Exchange Server Antivirus and Antispam Design...98 Monitoring exchange server......…… 98 Integrating Client Access into Exchange Server2010 Design…………99 Outlining Client Access Methods Summary......, 100 Best practices 101 5 Integrating Exchange Server 2010 in a Non-Windows Environment 103 Synchronizing Directory Information with Forefront Identity Manager(FIM)…… 104 Understanding Fim 104 Understanding FIM Concepts .105 Exploring FIM Account Provisioning.……………106 From the Library of Lee Bogdanoff Contents Outlining the role of management Agents (mas)in FIM. ..............106 Defining FIM and Group Management ∴107 Installing FIM with SQL Server……… .108 Deploying FIM for Identity Management with Novell edirectory 108 Managing identity Information Between LDAP Directories and Exchange server 2010 109 Understanding LDAP from a Historical Perspective Understanding How LDAP Works…… .110 Outlining the Differences Between LDAP2 and LDaP3 Implementations 110 Using Services for UNIX to Integrate UNIX Systems with an Active Directory/Exchange Server 2010 Environment 111 Understanding and Using Windows Server 2008 UNIX Integration Components.………………1l The Development of Windows Server 2008 UNIX Integration Components……… .112 Understanding the UNiX Interoperability Components in Windows server 2008.........................4113 Prerequisites for Windows Server 2008 UNIX Integration.....114 Installing Services for Network File Server(NFS)…………114 Using and Administering Services for NFS Configure Active Directory Lookup for UNIX GID and UID Information Configuring Client for NFS and Server for NFS Settings 117 Creating NFS Shared Network Resources………… 117 Understanding the Identity Management for UNIX Components 118 Installing Identity Management for UNIX Components……………119 Configuring Password Change Capabilities 120 Adding nis Users to Active Directory………… 121 Administrative Improvements with Windows Server 2008 121 Performing remote administration with Telnet server and client 121 Scripting with ActivePerl……… 122 Summary… 122 Best practices 123 6 Understanding Network Services and Active Directory Domain Controller Placement for Exchange Server 2010 125 Domain name system and its role in exchange server 2010..................125 Domain Name System Defined……………… 126 Using dNs…….….….….…….127 Understanding Who Needs DNs 127 From the library of lee bogdanoff

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