Design, deploy, and administer Microsoft Exchange Server 2003awith the guidance six industry experts and the Microsoft Exchange Server team. This official RESOURCE KIT provides more than 1400 pages of in-depth technical information, best practices, and troubleshooting strategies to help you plan your deployment, implement security services, monitor system performance, administer backups and recovery, and perform other key tasks. The CD comes packed with additional reference materials, including 80+ essential tools and scripts, more than 200 practical worksheets, and bonus eBooks. Itas everything you need to help save time, reduce support costs, and improve performance! Get the in-depth guidance you need to: Plan, test, and roll out your Exchange Server 2003 deployment Update from Exchange Server 5.5 or Exchange 2000 Server, or migrate from other non-Exchange messaging systems Design and streamline mailbox management, server administration, and message routing Utilize server and site consolidation strategies to help reduce total cost of ownership Manage Active DirectoryAr information and manage data with Exchange store resources Use encryption, virus protection, and other security services Automate daily operations with Exchange Management Pack and Microsoft Operations Manager Monitor, troubleshoot, and tune server performanceadiagnose and resolve problems faster Develop a disaster recovery plan, and establish a backup strategy CD features: 80+ tools and scripts, including MIIS extension DLLs, SetMailboxQuotas.wsf, and CreateDNSZone.xml 200+ worksheets to help simplify essential procedures Microsoft WindowsAr Scripting Self-Paced Learning Guide eBook Microsoft Encyclopedia of Networking, Second Edition eBook Microsoft Encyclopedia of Security eBook Complete RESOURCE KIT eBookAt this point, the users are working with the dial tone database as normal, and the original database is in the Recovery Storage Group ... The data in the original database in the recovery storage group could now be transferred to the new database by using ExMerge. ... To do this, you must first swap the databases around.
|Title||:||Microsoft Exchange server 2003 resource kit|
|Publisher||:||Microsoft Pr - 2005-04-27|