Ken St. Cyr

St. Cyr

Ken St. Cyr is a solution architect at Microsoft with more than 10 years of industry experience. He's a Microsoft Certified Master in Directory Services and the author of Exchange Server 2010 Administration Instant Reference (Sybex).

Exchange Server’s Client Access: Server Administration
Client Access server role administration includes managing the Client Access role settings, monitoring servers’ performance and diagnostics, and troubleshooting any problems that arise.
Exchange Server’s Client Access: Securing Your Servers
Securing your Client Access servers involves using certificates for external services, hardening the server OS, and using a reverse proxy to limit exposure.
Exchange Server's Client Access: Load-Balancing Your Servers 6
In Exchange Server 2010, Client Access servers handle all client connections, so it's important you configure them with load balancing. Learn about situations that call for establishing persistence and how to load balance HTTP and MAPI traffic.
Exchange Server's Client Access: Deploying Your Servers
In Exchange Server 2010, the Client Access server role plays a much larger part in the messaging organization than in any previous version. Because of this, it’s critical to deploy the Client Access Server correctly up front and avoid any unnecessary or unplanned downtime.
Exchange Server's Client Access: An Introduction
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 gives new emphasis to the Client Access server role, routing all client access to mailboxes through it. Learn how it works and how to size and plan your Client Access server infrastructure.
Load-Balance AD LDS with Microsoft NLB in 6 Steps 2
Don't let your LDS implementation be a failure waiting to happen! Follow these 6 steps to get Microsoft's Network Load Balancing (NLB) service to work on your directory service.

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