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Exchange 2016: Client Access Services

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Overview

Find out how to configure client access, set up namespaces, manage mobility solutions, improve load balancing, and more. This course also prepares you for the 70-345 exam.

Find out how to configure client access, set up namespaces, manage mobility solutions, improve load balancing, troubleshoot connectivity, and make sites resilient. Scott Burrell shows how to set up and administer primary client access services in this course. He explains and demonstrates the step involved in planning namespaces, redirecting access, authenticating users, working with offline address books, managing certificates, and more. This course is also an exam preparation resource, as it covers the topics in the 70-345 exam—Exchange 2016: Client Access Services.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Welcome
  • What you should already know
1. Understanding Client Access Services
  • Planning namespaces
  • Proxy and redirection
  • Certificates for authentication
  • Configuring client access
  • Office online servers
  • Address lists
  • Offline address book
2. Mobility Solutions
  • Outlook on the web policies
  • OWA for Devices
  • Allowing, blocking, and quarantining
3. Load Balancing
  • Namespace load balancing
  • Layer 4 load balancing
  • Layer 7 load balancing
4. Troubleshooting Client Connectivity
  • Troubleshooting authentication
  • Troubleshooting POP/IMAP connectivity
  • Troubleshooting Outlook Anywhere
  • Troubleshooting web-based connections
  • Troubleshooting proxies and redirection
5. Site-Resilient Client Access Solutions
  • Resilient namespaces and URLs
  • Failover and switchover
  • Configuring certificates for failover
  • Expected client behavior
Conclusion
  • Next steps

Taught by

Scott M Burrell

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