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Exchange 2010 SP1 – A Practical Approach

  • Category: Computer
  • Author: Jaap Wesselius
  • Pages: : 360 pages
  • File type: : PDF, 12.34 MB

Read and download free eBook intituled Exchange 2010 SP1 – A Practical Approach in format : PDF, 12.34 MB – : 360 pages created by Jaap Wesselius.

Book Description

Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 is the latest incarnation of Microsoft’s Messaging and Collaboration platform, and is has a lot of new, compelling features. It is the seventh major version of the product, and it rolls out some important changes and plenty of small improvements. Even better, a lot of complex issues from previous versions have seen solved, or simply removed, making the administrator’s life much easier!

As a trainer and consultant, Jaap knows exactly how chaotic and frustrating major platform upgrades can be, especially when they need to happen seamlessly. Having watched Exchange Server evolve over the last 14 years, Jaap has seen SysAdmins confronting the same problems again and again. He has also seen how big a difference it makes to have a straight-forward, simple guide to the ‘brave new world’ that each new platform promises.

This book is that straight-forward and, above all, practical guide to Exchange Server 2010 SP1, and Jaap has aimed to give Systems Administrators everything they need to get started as soon as it’s available. Inside, you’ll find step-by-step guides to Installation, Upgrading from Exchange Server 2010, Coexistence scenarios with Exchange Server 2003 & 2007, Managing your new Exchange server, and information on the new High Availability features.

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