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Exchange 2000 Server Administration : A Beginner's Guide - Bill English

Exchange 2000 Server Administration

A Beginner's Guide

Paperback Published: 21st February 2001
ISBN: 9780072131192
Number Of Pages: 508

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The Exchange 2000 Server is a system which provides a backbone for communication, collaboration and information sharing. Exchange 2000 Server has features such as instant messaging, chat and conferencing, which are useful in business. This book is an implementation guide for administrators, either moving from Exchange 5.5 or those who are new to Exchange. The book contains eight pages of blueprints to illustrate how Exchange 2000 Server differs from the 5.5 version, and also show how it is tightly integrated with Windows 2000 Server's Active Directory.

Acknowledgmentsp. xvii
Introductionp. xix
Migration and Coexistence
Upgrading to Exchange 2000 Serverp. 3
Planning Your Exchange 2000 Migrationp. 5
Reliance on Windows 2000p. 6
Extending the Schemap. 7
Deployment Optionsp. 8
Exchange 5.x Sites Versus Administrative and Routing Groupsp. 8
Mixed Mode Versus Native Modep. 9
Planning for Groups in Exchange 2000 Serverp. 9
Deployment Componentsp. 10
Merging Legacy Directories with Exchange 2000p. 12
Migrating to Exchange 2000 Serverp. 14
Installing the ADC Servicep. 15
Running/ForestPrepp. 21
Upgrading an Exchange 5.5 Server on a Windows 2000 Member Serverp. 38
Upgrading the Remaining Exchange 5.5 Serversp. 39
Migration and Deployment Considerationsp. 40
Upgrading in Other Scenariosp. 40
Summaryp. 43
Coexistence with Exchange 5.5 Serverp. 45
Directory Coexistence with Exchange 5.5 Serverp. 46
Site Replication Service (SRS)p. 47
Active Directory Connector Servicep. 57
Public Folder Coexistencep. 78
Summaryp. 79
Exchange 2000 Server Integration with Windows 2000 Serverp. 81
Directory Integration with Windows 2000 Serverp. 82
Active Directory Naming Contexts and Exchange 2000p. 87
Integration with DNSp. 94
GC Services and Exchange 2000 Serverp. 100
Windows 2000 Security and Exchange 2000 Serverp. 101
Windows 2000 Administration and Exchange 2000p. 101
Active Directory Connector (ADC) and Exchange 2000 Serverp. 102
Summaryp. 103
Administration Deployment
Installing Exchange 2000 Serverp. 107
Requirements to Install Exchange 2000 Serverp. 108
Installing Exchange 2000 Serverp. 110
Performing a New Installation of Exchange 2000 Serverp. 110
Performing a Silent Installationp. 116
Summaryp. 121
Creating and Managing Recipientsp. 123
Creating and Managing Recipientsp. 124
Creating a New User Accountp. 124
Configuring Mail-Enabled User Accountsp. 128
Creating and Configuring Contactsp. 139
Creating and Configuring Distribution Groupsp. 141
Creating and Configuring Mail-Enabled Public Foldersp. 144
Managing Address Listsp. 144
Offline Address Listsp. 147
Summaryp. 147
Creating and Managing Public Foldersp. 149
Public Folder Introductionp. 150
Public Folder Referralsp. 151
Internet Publishingp. 151
Full-Text Indexingp. 152
Public Folder Hierarchyp. 152
Public Folder Strategiesp. 152
Creating Public Folders and Public Folder Treesp. 153
Deleting Public Folder and Public Folder Treesp. 157
Administering Public Foldersp. 157
Public Folder Replicationp. 157
Propagating Public Folder Settingsp. 162
Moving Public Foldersp. 162
Managing the Organizational Forms Libraryp. 162
Setting Public Folder Limitsp. 162
Recovering Deleted Items from a Public Folderp. 164
Accessing Public Foldersp. 164
Moving a Public Folder Treep. 173
Troubleshooting Public Foldersp. 173
No Replication Between Organizationsp. 173
Cannot Publish Forms in Organizational Forms Libraryp. 173
Mixed Mode AD Users Denied Access to Public Foldersp. 173
Profile Error When Accessing a Public Folder's Propertiesp. 174
Summaryp. 174
Administering Storage Groupsp. 175
Benefits of Using Storage Groupsp. 176
Hosting More Usersp. 177
Quickening Recovery Timep. 177
Minimizing Effected Usersp. 177
Planning for Multiple Storage Groupsp. 178
Required Restore Timep. 178
Defragmentation Considerationsp. 179
Amount of Information to Be Managedp. 180
Creating and Administering Storage Groupsp. 180
Moving File Locations for a Storage Groupp. 182
Enabling and Disabling Circular Loggingp. 182
Renaming Storage Groupsp. 182
Deleting Storage Groupsp. 183
Creating and Administering Storesp. 183
Administering Mailbox Storesp. 184
Recovering Deleted Itemsp. 187
Recovering Deleted Mailboxesp. 188
Deleting a User's Mailbox Permanentlyp. 190
Reading Mailbox Summariesp. 190
Creating Public Folder Storesp. 191
Summaryp. 191
Managing Administration and Routing Groupsp. 193
A Brief Look Back: Exchange 5.x Sitesp. 194
Administration Within Exchange 5.x Sitesp. 194
Routing Using Exchange 5.x Sitesp. 194
Exchange 5.x Sites: The Problemp. 195
Administrative Groupsp. 195
Routing Groupsp. 195
Administrative Modelsp. 196
Creating and Managing a Single Administrative Groupp. 201
Creating and Managing Multiple Administrative Groupsp. 203
Delegating Control Within Administrative Groupsp. 205
Creating and Managing Exchange 2000 Policiesp. 206
System Policiesp. 207
Summaryp. 215
Administering Routing Group Connectorsp. 217
RGCsp. 218
Creating and Configuring an RGCp. 218
SMTP Connectorsp. 225
Creating and Configuring an SMTP Connectorp. 226
X.400 Connectorsp. 233
X.400 Addressing Basicsp. 233
Service Transport Stacksp. 234
Creating and Configuring X.400 Connectorsp. 235
Summaryp. 240
Exchange 2000 Server Architecture
Exchange 2000 Storage Architecturep. 243
Exchange 2000 Architecturep. 244
The Store Processp. 245
The inetinfo.exe Processp. 245
Storage Technologies in Exchange 2000 Serverp. 246
Multiple-Database Supportp. 247
Moving Stores and Transaction Logsp. 247
Planning for Multiple Storesp. 248
Storage Groupsp. 248
ESE Databases and Transaction Logsp. 250
ESE Databasesp. 250
Transaction Logsp. 254
ESE and Memory Managementp. 258
Circular Loggingp. 258
Data Reliability: -1018 errorsp. 259
ExIFSp. 261
Indexing Servicesp. 270
FE/BE Architecturep. 274
HTTP and OWAp. 275
POP3 and IMAP4 Protocolsp. 276
Deployment Considerationsp. 276
Setting Up Different Scenariosp. 277
Summaryp. 279
Exchange 2000 Server Routing Architecturep. 281
Routing Groups: A Primerp. 282
Message Routing in a Pure Exchange 2000 Environmentp. 282
Messages Sent Within the Same Serverp. 283
Messages Sent Within the Same Routing Groupp. 284
Messages Sent to Another Routing Groupp. 285
Messages Sent to a Foreign E-mail Systemp. 288
Message Routing in a Mixed Exchange 2000/5.x Environmentp. 288
Sites Versus Routing Groupsp. 290
How Does Exchange 2000 Interact with Exchange 5.x?p. 290
Messages Routed from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 5.xp. 290
Messages Routed from Exchange 5.x to Exchange 2000p. 290
Link State Informationp. 291
Exchange 5.x and the GWARTp. 292
Exchange 2000 and Link State Informationp. 292
Summaryp. 294
Advanced Administration
Configuring Security for Exchange 2000 Serverp. 297
Message Security Basicsp. 298
Message Encryptionp. 298
Digital Signaturesp. 299
Windows 2000 Certificate Services and the Key Management Serverp. 300
Certificate Servicesp. 300
Key Management Serverp. 301
Installing Windows 2000 Certificate Servicesp. 301
Postinstallation Tasksp. 306
Installing Key Management Servicesp. 306
Managing KMSp. 311
Managing KMS Administratorsp. 311
Changing a KMS Administrator's Passwordp. 312
Requiring Multiple KMS Administratorsp. 312
Changing the KMS Startup Passwordp. 314
KMS User Enrollmentp. 314
Enrolling Usersp. 315
Finishing the Enrollmentp. 317
Recovering Keysp. 319
Summaryp. 320
Monitoring Exchange 2000 Serverp. 321
Using Exchange 2000 Monitorsp. 322
Monitoring Statesp. 322
Server Monitorsp. 322
Connection Statusp. 329
Notificationsp. 330
Using the Message Tracking Centerp. 337
Summaryp. 345
Backup and Recoveryp. 347
Transaction Logs in Backup and Recoveryp. 348
Backup of Exchange 2000 Serverp. 350
Performing Exchange Backups with NTBackupp. 353
Performing Exchange Restores with NTBackupp. 356
Advanced Backup Techniques and Considerationsp. 362
Restoring to an Alternate Serverp. 362
Mailbox Reconnect and Restoring a Single Mailboxp. 363
Planning a Backup Strategyp. 364
Physical Corruption of the Databasep. 366
Resolving Physical Corruption Errorsp. 368
Troubleshooting Database Recoveryp. 368
Preventing Restore Errorsp. 371
Database Restart Errorsp. 372
Eseutilp. 373
Summaryp. 377
Performance Tuning Exchange 2000 Serverp. 379
Performance Monitoring Basicsp. 380
Monitoring Resourcesp. 381
Performance Monitoring Conceptsp. 381
Using System Monitorp. 383
Monitoring the Four Main Resources in Windows 2000p. 386
Setting the Foundation: Create a Baselinep. 386
Monitoring Memoryp. 387
Monitoring the Disk Subsystemp. 391
Monitoring the Network Subsystemp. 392
Monitoring Exchange 2000 with System Monitorp. 394
Mailbox Store Countersp. 395
Public Folder Store Countersp. 397
Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) Countersp. 399
OWA Countersp. 400
Summaryp. 400
Client Administration
Installing and Administering Outlook 2000p. 403
Microsoft Outlook 2000p. 404
Microsoft Outlook Expressp. 406
Outlook Web Accessp. 407
Exchange Clientp. 408
Schedule+p. 408
Other Clientsp. 408
UNIX Clientsp. 408
Macintosh Clientsp. 409
Configuring Outlook 2000p. 409
Recovering Deleted Itemsp. 418
Rules Wizardp. 419
Summaryp. 425
Supporting Instant Messagingp. 427
Introduction to IMp. 428
IM Architecturep. 429
Installing IMp. 431
Configuring IMp. 433
Creating New IM Virtual Serversp. 433
Enabling IM for User Accountsp. 436
Configuring DNS for the RVPp. 437
Working with Firewallsp. 439
Working with the IM Clientp. 439
Managing IM Services from the Serverp. 444
Disabling IM for an Individual Accountp. 444
Finding an IM User on Your Networkp. 445
Ensuring a User's Privacyp. 446
Managing IM Serversp. 448
Removing an IM Serverp. 448
Taking an IM Server Offline Temporarilyp. 449
Moving IM Databasesp. 449
Troubleshooting IMp. 450
Summaryp. 451
Indexp. 453
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ISBN: 9780072131192
ISBN-10: 0072131195
Series: Network Professional's Library
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 508
Published: 21st February 2001
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 19.0  x 2.5
Weight (kg): 0.87