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Viestintäaamupäivä exchange 2013

  1. 1. Remain in control, online, Do more, Keep the and on-premises on any device organization safeExchange enables you to tailor your Exchange helps your users be more Exchange keeps your organization safe bysolution based on your unique needs productive by helping them manage enabling you to protect businessand ensures your communications are increasing volumes of communications and sensitivealways available while you remain in communications across multiple information and to meet internal andcontrol; on your own terms—online, devices and work together more regulatory compliance requirements.on-premises, or a hybrid of the two. effectively as teams.
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  4. 4. Block email based on languageBlock email based on geography Copyright© Microsoft Corporation
  5. 5. Policy details transparently displayed to end user Right click to assign policy to anCopyright© Microsoft Corporation item, folder or to all your email
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  7. 7. Use proximity searches to understand context Fine tune complex queries Get instant statistics Query results across Exchange, Lync & SharePointLaser focused refiners to help find the data you need
  8. 8. Previous Server RoleArchitecture Forefront Online Protection for Exchange Internal Network Phone system5 server roles (PBX or VOIP) Edge Transport Hub Transport Routing and Routing and policy AV/ASTightly-coupled External SMTPin terms of servers Mailbox Unified Messaging Voice mail and Stores mailbox and versioning Mobile public folder items voice access phone functionality Web Layer 7 LB Client Access Client connectivity browser user partitioning Web services AD Outlook geo-affinity (remote user) Outlook (local user) Line of business application Copyright© Microsoft Corporation
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  11. 11. Layer 4 load balancer EdgeMailbox Server hosts all CAS MBXcomponents to process, renderand store data Remote clients & devices Local clients PBX Internet Enterprise network
  12. 12. Forefront Two building Online Protection for Exchange Enterprise Network blocks Edge Transport AD Routing and CAS DAG AV/AS Array CAS MBX External SMTP servers CAS MBX Layer 4 LB CAS MBX Mobile phone CAS MBX Loosely coupled Web CAS MBX browser Outlook (remote user) Line of Business Phone System Outlook (local user) Application (PBX or VOIP)14 Copyright© Microsoft Corporation
  13. 13. OWA Outlook EAS EAC PowerShell IMAP SMTP SBC, AP SIP Layer 4 LB Redirect IIS CAS 2013 HTTP Proxy POP, IMAP SMTP UM HTTP POP, IMAP SMTP SIP + RTP IIS RpcProxy OWA, EAS, EWS, POP Transport UM RPS IMAP RPC CA ECP, OAB MBX 2013 Mail MDB Q15
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  15. 15. Exchange 2010 Exchange 2013 L4 LB Hardware L7 LB Load Balancer Client Access AuthN, Proxy, Re-direct AuthN, Proxy, Re-direct Client Access Hub Transport, Protocols, API, Biz-logic Protocols, Assistants,Unified Messaging API, Biz-logic Mailbox Mailbox Assistants, Store, CI Store, CI
  16. 16. 1. Prepare Clients Install Exchange 2010 SP3 across the ORG Prepare AD with Exchange schema Validate existing Client Access using Remote Connectivity Analyzer and test connectivity cmdlets1 2 4 2. Deploy Exchange servers Install both Exchange MBX and CAS servers E2010 E2010 Exchange 2010 3. Obtain and deploy certificates E2013 Servers HUB CAS 3 CAS Obtain and deploy certificates on Exchange Client SP3 Access Servers SP3 4. Switch primary namespace to Exchange CAS Intranet site Exchange fields all traffic, including traffic from Exchange 2010 users Validate using Remote Connectivity Analyzer 5 6 5. Move Mailboxes E2010 E2013 MBX MBX Build out DAG Move Exchange 2010 users to Exchange MBX Internet-facing site – upgrade first 6. Repeat for additional sites
  17. 17. 1. Prepare Clients Install Exchange 2007 SP3 + RU across the ORG Prepare AD with Exchange schema and validate 3 2. Deploy Exchange servers Install both Exchange MBX and CAS servers1 2 5 3. Create legacy namespace Create DNS record to point to legacy Exchange 2007 CAS 4. Obtain and Deploy Certificates Exchange 2007 Obtain and deploy certificates on Exchange CAS servers E2007 E2007 E2013 Servers SP3 SP3 4 CAS configured with legacy namespace, Exchange namespace, HUB CAS RU RU and autodiscover namespace Deploy certificates on Exchange 2007 CAS RU RU Intranet site 5. Switch primary namespace to Exchange CAS Validate using Remote Connectivity Analyzer 6 7 6. Move mailboxes E2007 E2013 SP3 Build out DAG MBX MBX Move Exchange 2007 users to Exchange MBX Internet-facing site – upgrade first 7. Repeat for additional sites
  18. 18. 1 2Install − Setup.exe /mode:install /roles:clientaccess MBX performs PowerShell commands − Setup.exe /mode:install /roles:mailbox CAS is proxy only − Setup.exe /mode:install /roles:ManagementToolsOther required parameter GUI or command line In-place upgrades not supported- /IAcceptExchangeServerLicenseTerms Updated to reflect Exchange roles New required parameter for license terms acceptance Copyright© Microsoft Corporation
  19. 19. 1 4First notification shown 30 days prior to expirationSubsequent notifications provided daily Copyright© Microsoft Corporation
  20. 20. Certificates 1 4Minimize the number of certificatesMinimize number of host namesUse split DNS for Exchange host for Exchange connectivity on intranet and has different IP addresses in intranet/Internet DNSDon’t list machine host names in certificate host name listUse load-balanced (LB) arrays for intranet and Internet access to serversUse “Subject Alternative Name” (SAN) certificate Copyright© Microsoft Corporation
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  23. 23. Work Smarter, Anywhere.