24 Hours Of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 2 Of 24)

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  • 1. 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 2 of 24): Exchange 2007 Transport and Routing Architecture Harold Wong Sr. Technology Specialist [email_address] blogs.technet.com/haroldwong
  • 2. What We Will Cover
    • Changes to Microsoft ® Exchange Server 2007 routing terminology
    • Exchange Server 2007 topologies
    • Active Directory ® site-based routing
  • 3. Helpful Experience
    • Experience with Active Directory
    • Understanding of Active Directory sites
    • Experience with Microsoft ® Exchange Server 2003
    Level 200
  • 4. Agenda
    • Review
    • Exploring Exchange Server 2007 Topologies
    • Introducing Transport and Routing
  • 5. Review: Integration of Exchange Server 2007 and Active Directory
    • Exchange Server 2007 utilizes Active Directory sites and site links for routing mail
    • Each server role manages Exchange Server data in Active Directory partitions
    • Improved Exchange Server administrative roles simplify permission delegation
  • 6. Review: Integrating with Active Directory
    • Complexity
    • Flexibility
    • Trustworthiness
    • Scalability
    Which of the following was not one of the basic architectural goals in the development of Exchange Server 2007?
  • 7. Review: Integrating with Active Directory
    • Single forest topology
    • Cross-forest topology
    • Resource forest topology
    • Multiple forest topology
    Which type of Active Directory topology allows you to separate the administration of Exchange Server from that of Active Directory?
  • 8. Review: Integrating with Active Directory
    • Client Access server role
    • Edge Transport server role
    • Hub Transport server role
    • Mailbox server role
    In a cross-forest infrastructure, what Exchange Server 2007 role manages the communication between organizations?
  • 9. Review: Planning for Exchange Server 2007
    • Schema partition
    • Configuration partition
    • Domain partition
    • All of the above
    Where does Exchange Server 2007 store attribute, configuration, and recipient information?
  • 10. Review: Planning for Exchange Server 2007
    • By the cost of an IP site link
    • By the fastest WAN connection
    • Using routes configured in Exchange Server
    • By the replication interval of a site link
    How does Exchange Server 2007 determine the best route to deliver mail within an Exchange organization?
  • 11. Review: Planning for Exchange Server 2007
    • Client Access server role
    • Edge Transport server role
    • Hub Transport server role
    • Mailbox server role
    Which server role will first attempt direct communication rather than examining site link costs when sending data between sites?
  • 12. Review: Understanding Exchange Permissions
    • Three
    • Four
    • Five
    • Six
    How many predefined administrative groups are provided with Exchange Server 2007?
  • 13. Review: Understanding Exchange Permissions
    • Exchange Organization Administrator
    • Exchange Recipient Administrator
    • Exchange Server Administrator
    • Exchange View-Only Administrator
    Which role provides permissions to modify any Exchange property on an Active Directory user, contact, group, or public folder object?
  • 14. Review: Understanding Exchange Permissions
    • Exchange organization administrator
    • Exchange recipient administrator
    • Exchange server administrator
    • Exchange view-only administrator
    Which role does not provide organization-wide permissions to an Exchange administrator?
  • 15. Agenda
    • Review
    • Exploring Exchange Server 2007 Topologies
    • Introducing Transport and Routing
  • 16. Legacy Routing Terminology Routing groups Administrative groups Intelligent message filter Link state routing Routing objects
  • 17. Looking at Exchange Server Topologies Logical Topology
  • 18. Examining Logical Topologies Resource forest Cross forest Single forest Edge Transport server role
  • 19. Examining Physical Topologies Distributed messaging Centralized messaging Service-level management
  • 20. Exchange Server Organization Topologies Network layer Active Directory layer
  • 21. Review: Exchange 2007 Topologies
    • How mail is transported
    • Where servers are located
    • How public folders replicate
    • All of the above
    Q1: What does the Physical layer of the Exchange Topology describe?
  • 22. Review: Exchange 2007 Topologies
    • Unified Messaging Server Role
    • Hub Transport Server Role
    • Edge Transport Server Role
    • All Exchange 2007 Server Roles require at least one Active Directory forest
    Q2: Which Exchange 2007 Server Role does not require an Active Directory forest?
  • 23. Review: Exchange 2007 Topologies
    • Single Forest Topology
    • Resource Forest Topology
    • Cross Forest Topology
    • All of the above
    Q3: Which logical topology deploys multiple Exchange 2007 servers across multiple Active Directory domains?
  • 24. Agenda
    • Review
    • Exploring Exchange Server 2007 Topologies
    • Introducing Transport and Routing
  • 25. Transport Server Roles Edge Transport server role Hub Transport server role Messaging Transport and Routing Messaging Policy and Compliance Messaging Transport and Routing Anti-Spam Antivirus
  • 26. New SMTP Transport Stack
    • Exchange Server 2003 SMTP:
    • Provided by Internet Information Services (IIS)
    • Exchange Server 2007 SMTP:
    • Provided by Microsoft Exchange Transport Service
    Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
    • SMTP receive agents:
    • Anti-spam
    • Antivirus
    • Messaging policy
    • Messaging compliance
  • 27. Active Directory Site-Based Routing Topology Hub site routing Site cost override Active Directory cost: 25 Exchange Server cost: 50 Queue at point of failure Chicago site IP: 192.168.16.0 New York site IP: 192.168.48.0 Seattle site IP: 192.168.32.0 Direct relay
  • 28. SMTP Connectors Implicit SMTP connectors determined by Active Directory site links Receive connector Send connector
  • 29.
    • Configuring the Hub Transport Server
      • Explore Hub Transport settings
      • Manage Active Directory sites using Windows PowerShell™
    demonstration
  • 30. Review: Exchange 2007 Topologies
    • Distributed Administrative Model
    • Centralized Administrative Model
    • Role-based Administrative Model
    • Transport Administrative Model
    Q1: What type of administrative model does Exchange 2007 introduce?
  • 31. Review: Exchange 2007 Topologies
    • Messaging Transport
    • Messaging Routing
    • Anti-Spam & Antivirus
    • Messaging Policy & Compliance
    Q2: Which of the following is not the task of the Edge Transport Server Role?
  • 32. Review: Exchange 2007 Topologies
    • Internet Information Services
    • Microsoft Exchange Transport Service
    • Exchange Information Store Service
    • Exchange System Attendant Service
    Q3: In Exchange 2007, what service provides for the Simple Mail Transport Protocol?
  • 33. Session Summary
    • Exchange Server 2007 topologies
    • Transport server roles
    • Active Directory sites and IP site links
  • 34. Questions and Answers
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