One of the workshops that I deliver to Premier customers at Microsoft is the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Administration and Troubleshooting workshop, its a four day hands-on workshop that helps you to learn how to configure and troubleshoot some of the common components of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.
When I deliver it I am often asked if we have any additional information on certain topics, so I have decided to put them on this blog rather than sending them out in long emails and no being able to keep them up to date.
Module 1 – Role Based Access Control
RBAC and the Triangle of Power RBAC Manager R2 for Exchange 2010
Module 2 – Management Tools
Removing a Feature from the Exchange Control Panel Powershell for Exchange 2010 Cheat Sheet Troubleshooting Exchange 2010 Management Tools Startup Issues Resolving WinRM Errors and Exchange 2010 Management Tools Startup Failures Exchange Management Console Troubleshooter Module 3 – Client Access Server
Exploring Exchange 2010 RPC Client Access Service Demystifying the CAS Array Object - Part 1 Demystifying the CAS Array Object - Part 2 Recommendation: Enabling Kerberos Authentication for MAPI Clients RPC Client Access Cross-Site Connectivity Changes KB: Users Who Use Outlook 2003 Cannot Publish Their Free/Busy Data in Exchange Server 2010 Understanding Load Balancing with Exchange 2010 Exchange 2010 Load Balancer Deployment Exchange 2010 Address Book Policies Troubleshooting MailTips Publishing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 with Forefront UAG and Forefront TMG
Module 4 – Hub Transport Server
Making Sense of Exchange Logs using ExLogAnalyzer Restricting Email to the Internet on a Per User and Per Domain Basis Exchange 2010 Delivery Reports Moderation with Transport Rules Exchange 2010 Version Based Routing
Module 5 – Mailbox Server
Exchange 2010 File Share Witness Oddities Patching the Multi-Role Server DAG
Log Parser Studio Additional Premier Workshops You May Like to Attend (talk to your Microsoft Technical Account Manager)
Exchange Server 2010: Archive and Retention (2 days) Exchange Server 2010: High Availability Exchange Server 2010: Database Recovery Exchange Server 2013: Migration from Exchange Server 2007 and 2010