What you’ll learn
Creating, modifying, and removing mailboxes
Managing distribution groups
Setting storage quotas for mailboxes
Reporting on distribution group membe
Creating a Database Availability Group
Create and modify items and item properties
Familiarity with general Windows and Microsoft server administration
The purpose of this course is to prepare you to automate time-consuming administrative tasks with the help of PowerShell.
The primary audience for this course is individuals who want to become an Exchange server administrator in an enterprise environment. Also, individuals who are assuming a new role requiring skills to configure, manage, and support Microsoft Exchange Server and Office Exchange Online with Powershell.
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The goal for this course is to provide coverage of Exchange Server Administration tasks with GUI and Powershell as well as theoretical concepts, including topics like :
- Creating, modifying, and removing mailboxes using Powershell
- Managing distribution groups using Powershell
- Managing resource mailboxes
- Creating recipients in bulk using a CSV file
- Reporting on mailbox sizes
- Reporting on the mailbox creation time
- Working with move requests and performing mailbox moves
- Importing and exporting mailboxes
- Deleting messages from mailboxes using Search-Mailbox
- Setting storage quotas for mailboxes
- Configuring iSCSI storage for the Mailbox server role
- Restoring deleted items from mailboxes
- Reporting on distribution group membership
- Adding members to a distribution group from an external file
- Allowing managers to modify group permissions
- Removing disabled users from distribution groups
- Working with distribution group naming policies
- Working with distribution group membership approval
- Creating address lists
- Exporting address list membership to a CSV/XML file
- Managing the mailbox databases
- Moving databases and logs to another location
- Configuring the mailbox database limits
- Reporting on mailbox database size
- Finding the total number of mailboxes in a database
- Determining the average mailbox size per database
- Creating a Database Availability Group
- Adding mailbox servers to a Database Availability Group
- Configuring Database Availability Group network settings
- Adding mailbox copies to a Database Availability Group
- Activating mailbox database copies
- PowerShell Key Concepts
Who this course is for:
- IT Specialists
- System Administrators
- DevOps Technicians
- IT Technicians