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Many businesses depend on Microsoft’s mail and calendaring server for reliable and efficient internal and external communications. Due to this, a thorough understanding of Microsoft’s Windows Server operating systems is a key skill for IT professionals. Passing the two tests in this great-value online package is an easy-to-achieve way of proving this necessary technical skillset to potential employers. The addition of Live Labs to the content paves the way to real-world confidence by allowing you to practise your new skills on real servers, routers and switches.
What is in the Exams?
Every topic contained in the two exams is covered across a total of twenty-one modules. Furthermore, you are advised of the weighting of each topic in the exam. For example, plan, install and manage transport (25%), install, configure and manage the mailbox role (25%), plan, install, configure and manage client accounts (25%) and design and manage an Exchange infrastructure (25%). In the second exam the weightings are as follows: configure, manage and migrate site resiliency (22%), design, configure and manage advanced security (21%), configure and manage compliance, archiving and discovery solutions (20%) and implement and manage coexistence, hybrid scenarios, migration and federation (18%).
How Do I Study?
All study is online, meaning you can work towards passing the exams at a time and place that suits you. There is a deadline of 12 months to complete the course content, meaning not only can you work at your own pace, there is no pressure to complete tasks at set times. Every topic is presented in an easy-to-access module, meaning it’s easy to break down learning into achievable chunks.
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Study the following modules to pass the exam and become confident with every aspect of Exchange Server.
Live Labs help to improve your understanding of specific exam objectives and provide direction on how to carry out actions in real world scenarios.