Devin Ganger



Exchange 2007 Security Improvements

The security of an Exchange organization is critical to IT pros; that's why Microsoft makes Exchange 2007 even more secure out of the box.

In this video, we'll show IT pros how Exchange 2007 has better TLS support, including self-signed certificates out of the box. You will learn how each Exchange role uses advanced security mechanisms to protect your data in transit throughout the Exchange organization and beyond.

Exchange 2007 Backup and Restore

Protecting messaging data with backups is necessary, but those backups are no good unless an IT pro can restore them.

In this video, we'll show IT pros how Exchange 2007 makes the process of rebuilding and restoring after a disaster even easier, from recovery options during setup to support for windowless backups in HA configurations.

Overview of the Exchange Management Shell

The Exchange Management Shell (EMS) is a command-line interface for Exchange built on Windows PowerShell technology. It is arguably the biggest change in Exchange 2007, yet many people are afraid of the command line.

In this video, we'll show IT pros how Exchange helps them learn the EMS, how to make Exchange administration easier than ever, and how they can quickly and easily automate common tasks.

Exchange Server 2007 Roles

Microsoft introduced five server roles in Exchange 2007: Mailbox, Client Access, Hub Transport, Edge Transport, and Unified Messaging.

In this video, you'll learn why adding more roles helps make your Exchange 2007 organization easier to deploy, secure, and manage.

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Third-Party Products in an Exchange DCAR Solution
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Messaging Security
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