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The Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Upgrade series is specifically created to assist you in the process of planning, deploying, and operating Exchange 2000 Server. Whether you are part of a large multinational organization with branch offices all over the world or a small company based in one location, the information and best practices contained in this series should save you considerable time and effort.

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Overview

The Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Upgrade series is specifically created to assist you in the process of planning, deploying, and operating Exchange 2000 Server. Whether you are part of a large multinational organization with branch offices all over the world or a small company based in one location, the information and best practices contained in this series should save you considerable time and effort.

This volume, Planning, covers essential decision points and system dependencies involved in upgrading core messaging services, migrating public folders, connectors and other web components. Also covered are deploying advanced messaging capabilities, such as Microsoft Outlook Web Access and front-end/back-end servers. The companion volume, deployment, provides flowcharts of each stage of the deployment process and the step-by-step procedures necessary for a successful result.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780735618299
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/2002
  • Pages: 240

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Table of Contents

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Content Lead;
Key Authors;
Reviewers;
Chapter 1: Exchange 2000 Server Upgrade Planning Overview;
1.1 The Exchange 2000 Upgrade Series;
1.2 Introduction;
1.3 Chapter Outlines;
1.4 Job Aids;
1.5 Exchange 2000 Deployment Options;
1.6 Defining the Operational Scenario;
1.7 Scenario Example;
1.8 Securing Management Support;
1.9 Creating the Upgrade Project Plan;
1.10 Defining Organizational Types;
1.11 Administrative and Network Models;
1.12 Resource Requirements;
1.13 Personnel Requirements;
1.14 Time Requirements;
1.15 Writing the Project Plan;
1.16 Summary;
Chapter 2: Making the Decision to Deploy;
2.1 Introduction;
2.2 Process Flowchart;
2.3 Determining Strategic Deployment Objectives;
2.4 Exchange 2000 Server Features & Benefits;
2.5 Evaluating Business Requirements Against New Capabilities;
2.6 Formulating a Cost/Benefit Analysis;
2.7 Summary;
Chapter 3: Evaluating Technical Factors and System Dependencies;
3.1 Introduction;
3.2 Process Flowchart;
3.3 Active Directory and Exchange 2000;
3.4 Exchange 2000 and Groups;
3.5 Active Directory Design Considerations;
3.6 Core Operating System Dependencies;
3.7 Exchange 5.5 Dependencies;
3.8 Administrative and Routing Groups;
3.9 Hardware and Performance Considerations;
3.10 Software Considerations;
3.11 Summary;
Chapter 4: Connecting Active Directory to Exchange 5.5;
4.1 Introduction;
4.2 Planning and Deploying Active Directory;
4.3 Process Flowchart;
4.4 Reviewing the Exchange 5.5 Environment;
4.5 Preparing the Active Directory Forest;
4.6 Using the Active Directory Connector;
4.7 Removing the ADC;
4.8 Summary;
Chapter 5: Creating the Deployment Plan;
5.1 Introduction;
5.2 Upgrading or Migrating?;
5.3 Consolidating with Exchange 2000;
5.4 Determining Your Deployment Strategy;
5.5 Building a Deployment Plan;
5.6 Decommissioning Exchange Servers;
5.7 Summary;
Chapter 6: Constructing Security and Administrative Models;
6.1 Introduction;
6.2 Building the Security Model;
6.3 Current Exchange 5.5 Security Model;
6.4 Exchange 2000 Security Model;
6.5 Migrating Your Security Model;
6.6 Building the Administrative Model;
6.7 Summary;
Chapter 7: Designing Monitoring and Maintenance Procedures;
7.1 Introduction;
7.2 Active Directory Considerations;
7.3 Identifying Operational Requirements;
7.4 Process Flow;
7.5 Defining Service Level Agreement Metrics;
7.6 Service Delivery Functions;
7.7 Deciding What to Monitor;
7.8 Monitoring and Maintenance Tools;
7.9 Monitoring Exchange Server Availability;
7.10 Defining an Escalation Model;
7.11 Creating your Monitoring and Maintenance Plan;
7.12 Summary;
Chapter 8: Choosing Client Access Methods;
8.1 Introduction;
8.2 Process Flowchart;
8.3 Major Client Types;
8.4 Exchange 2000 Clients;
8.5 Summary;
Chapter 9: Ensuring Messaging Security;
9.1 Introduction;
9.2 Introduction to PKI and KMS;
9.3 Encryption Basics;
9.4 Certification Authority;
9.5 Secure Messaging Using Exchange KMS;
9.6 Network Security;
9.7 Planning Your Exchange Security;
9.8 Summary;
Chapter 10: Planning Outlook Web Access Servers;
10.1 Introduction;
10.2 The New OWA Architecture;
10.3 OWA 2000 Feature Overview;
10.4 Assessing OWA User Population;
10.5 Determining OWA Application Requirements;
10.6 Planning an FE/BE Topology;
10.7 FE/BE Server Hardware;
10.8 Planning for Availability;
10.9 Planning for Integration;
10.10 Summary;
Chapter 11: Implementing an Exchange 2000 Server Pilot;
11.1 Introduction;
11.2 The Pilot Migration Process;
11.3 Process Flowchart;
11.4 Pre-Project Planning Phase;
11.5 Project Planning Phase;
11.6 Project Start;
11.7 Pre-Pilot Phase (Optional);
11.8 Full Pilot Phase;
11.9 Pilot to Production Phase;
11.10 Post Migration Phase;
11.11 Summary;
Chapter 12: Planning a Successful Deployment;
12.1 Introduction;
12.2 Analyzing Success;
12.3 Process Flowchart;
12.4 Preparing for the Analysis Process;
12.5 Pre-Deployment Review;
12.6 Pilot/Testing Review;
12.7 Deployment Review;
12.8 Post-Deployment Survey;
12.9 Summary;
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Company Type Acronyms;
Exchange 2000 Benefit Analysis;
Recommended Hardware Levels;
Glossary;
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