Pro Exchange Server 2013 Administration
It is always difficult to write a book, especially about a dynamic server application like Exchange Server 2013. Microsoft is releasing a cumulative update of Exchange Server 2013 and every update contains new features and functionality. From a product point of view this is good of course, but from a book point of view it is difficult. This book is a point in time that is currently at Exchange Server 2013 CU3.
This book is aiming at the IT professionals, the Exchange administrators with a couple years of experience that need guidance in deploying and managing Exchange Server 2013 on-premises. Inside there are nine chapters, covering the following topics:
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Exchange 2013. This chapter contains an overview of Exchange Server 2013 including new and removed features, integration with Active Directory and an architectural overview of the product.
Chapter 2 – Installing Exchange Server 2013. This chapter covers the installation of Exchange Server 2013, both on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012. The normal graphical setup is discussed, also the unattended setup with all the command-line switches that are available. The last part of this chapter discussses the post-installation configuration options.
Chapter 3 – Coexistence and Migration. This chapter covers installation and configuration of Exchange Server 2013 into an exisitng Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2010 environment.
Chapter 4 – Client Access Server. A theoretical chapter discussing details about the Exchange Server 2013 Client Access server.
Chapter 5 – Mailbox Server. This chapter discusses the Exchange 2013 Mailbox server. Not only the mailbox database and its database internals are discussed, but also the types of mailboxes, the database availability group (DAG), the Transport service and the UM service which are now part of the Exchange 2010 Mailbox server.
Chapter 6 – Managing Exchange Server 2013. This chapter discusses the way to manage your Exchange 2013 environment like the Exchange Admin Center (EAC) and its options as well as the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) with all the possibilities. After the basic this chapter continues with management tasks like certificate management, mailbox management and recipient management.
Chapter 7 – Backup, Restore and Disaster Recovery. A pretty important chapter. It discusses how backups are made and what options you have for restoring information. The last part of this chapter discusses the new Exchange native data protection, sometime referred to as backup-less environment.
Chapter 8 – Monitoring Exchange 2013. This chapter deals with various available otpions to monitor Exchange Server 2013. The Exchange Management Shell, Microsoft tools, 3rd party tools and System Center Operations Manager are discussed in this chapter.
Chapter 9 – Troubleshooting Exchange 2013. This chapter is strongly related with the previous two chapters and discusses various ways to troubleshoot your Exchange 2013 servers.
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