70-662 Exchange 2010 Resources

Study Guide and Resources for the 70-662 TS: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Configuring Exam

Recommended Reading:
MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-662)
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Administrator's Pocket Consultant
Exchange Server 2010 Unleashed

Webcasts and Videos:
You Had Me At EHLO... : New Exchange 2010 Webcasts and Videos

Virtual Labs
Virtual Labs for Exchange 2010, Exchange 2007, Exchange 2003 and Exchange Hosted Services | TechNet

Resources:
Microsoft Learning: Microsoft Exchange Server – Training Portal

Skills Measured:
TS: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Configuring

Installing and Configuring Exchange Servers (15 percent)
Prepare the infrastructure for Exchange
You Had Me At EHLO... : Exchange 2007 Service Pack 2 Prerequisites
Prepare Active Directory and Domains: Exchange 2010 Help

Install Exchange prerequisites
Exchange 2010 System Requirements: Exchange 2010 Help

Install Exchange roles
Server Role Documentation Roadmap: Exchange 2010 Help
New Installation of Exchange 2010: Exchange 2010 Help
Upgrading to Exchange 2010: Exchange 2010 Help
Perform a Typical Exchange 2010 Installation: Exchange 2010 Help
Perform a Custom Exchange 2010 Installation: Exchange 2010 Help
Install Exchange 2010 in Unattended Mode: Exchange 2010 Help
Provision Exchange 2010 Server and Delegate Setup: Exchange 2010 Help
Modify or Remove Exchange 2010: Exchange 2010 Help

Create and configure databases
Understanding the Exchange 2010 Store: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Mailbox Databases: Exchange 2010 Help

Create and configure address lists
Understanding Address Lists: Exchange 2010 Help
Understanding Offline Address Books: Exchange 2010 Help
Understanding E-Mail Address Policies: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Address Lists: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing E-Mail Address Policies: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Offline Address Books: Exchange 2010 Help

Configuring Exchange Recipients and Public Folders (14 percent)
Create and configure mailboxes
Managing User Mailboxes: Exchange 2010 Help
Manage Send As Permissions for a Mailbox: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure RBAC
Understanding Role Based Access Control: Exchange 2010 Help

Create and configure resource mailboxes and shared mailboxes
Managing Resource Mailboxes and Scheduling: Exchange 2010 Help

Create and configure recipients and distribution groups
Managing Distribution Groups: Exchange 2010 Help

Create and configure public folders
Understanding Public Folders: Exchange 2010 Help
Configuring Public Folder Permissions: Exchange 2010 Help

Configuring Client Access (15 percent)
Configure POP, IMAP, and Microsoft ActiveSync
Managing POP3 and IMAP4: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Exchange ActiveSync: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing POP3 and IMAP4 Security: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Exchange ActiveSync Security: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure Outlook Anywhere and RPC Client Access
Understanding the Autodiscover Service: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Outlook Anywhere: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing SSL for a Client Access Server: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Outlook Anywhere Security: Exchange 2010 Help
Understanding RPC Client Access: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure federated sharing
Understanding Federation: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Federation: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Federated Sharing: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure Outlook Web Access (OWA)
Managing Outlook Web App: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing External Access to Exchange 2010: Exchange 2010 Help
Configure ECP Virtual Directory Properties: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Outlook Web App Security: Exchange 2010 Help

Configuring Message Transport (15 percent)
Understanding Transport: Exchange 2010 Help

Create and configure transport rules
Transport Rules: Exchange 2010 Help
Integrating AD RMS with Exchange: Exchange 2010 Help
Understanding Prelicensing: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure hub transport
Configure Hub Transport Server Properties: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Accepted and Remote Domains: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure Edge transport
Configure Edge Transport Server Properties: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Edge Subscriptions: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure message routing
Managing Message Routing: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Connectors: Exchange 2010 Help

Monitoring and Reporting (13 percent)
Monitoring Exchange 2010: Exchange 2010 Help

Monitor databases
Test-ReplicationHealth: Exchange 2010 Help
Get-StoreUsageStatistics: Exchange 2010 Help
Get-PublicFolderStatistics: Exchange 2010 Help

Monitor mail flow
You Had Me At EHLO... : Spotlight on Exchange 2010: Delivery Reports
You Had Me At EHLO... : Spotlight on Exchange 2010: Delivery Reports Part II (for Administrators)
You Had Me At EHLO... : Spotlight on Exchange 2010: E-mail Moderation
Managing Transport Logs: Exchange 2010 Help

Monitor connectivity
Using the Queue Viewer to Manage Queues: Exchange 2010 Help

Generate reports
Get-MailboxStatistics: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure logging
Permissions Event Logs: Exchange 2010 Help

Implementing High Availability and Recovery (15 percent)
New High Availability and Site Resilience Functionality: Exchange 2010 Help
Understanding High Availability and Site Resilience: Exchange 2010 Help

Create and configure the Database Availability Group (DAG)
You Had Me At EHLO... : Video: High Availability in Exchange Server 2010 - Part 4
High Availability and Storage in Exchange 2010
Deploying High Availability and Site Resilience: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Database Availability Groups: Exchange 2010 Help
High Availability Cmdlets: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing Split Brain in Exchange 2010 DAG with Datacenter Activation Coordination Mode - Scott Feltmann's Blog

Perform backup and restore of data
Understanding Backup, Restore and Disaster Recovery: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure public folders for high availability
Configure Public Folder Replication: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure high availability for non-mailbox servers
Understanding Shadow Redundancy: Exchange 2010 Help
Client Access Availablity and Scalability: Exchange 2010 Help
Uncovering the new RPC Client Access Service in Exchange 2010 (Part 1)

Back up and recover server roles
Recover an Exchange Server: Exchange 2010 Help

Configuring Message Compliance and Security (13 percent)
Configure records management
Understanding Retention Policies: Exchange 2010 Help
Understanding Managed Folders: Exchange 2010 Help
Understanding AutoTagging: Exchange 2010 Help
Deploying Messaging Records Management: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure compliance
Understanding Transport Protection Rules: Exchange 2010 Help
Journaling: Exchange 2010 Help
Understanding User Archive: Exchange 2010 Help
Managing MailTips: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure message integrity
Securing Transport Servers: Exchange 2010 Help

Configure anti-virus and anti-spam
Managing Anti-Spam and Antivirus Features: Exchange 2010 Help

Comments

  • StarkeStarke Posts: 86Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    Thanks for posting this. I am taking it tomorrow, I will post back here and let everyone know how it was.
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  • bertiebbertieb Posts: 1,031Member ■■■■■■□□□□
    Another awesome post, cheers Claymoore icon_thumright.gif
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  • StarkeStarke Posts: 86Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    Finished this earlier today, I don't think it was too bad. There were much less PowerShell questions than 70-236. If you have taken the Exchange 2007 tests and have a good understanding of the new 2010 features especially DAG you should be fine.
    MCSA: Windows Server 2012 - MCITP (SA, EA, EMA) - CCA (XD4, XD5, XS5, XS6) - VCP 4
  • ClaymooreClaymoore Posts: 1,637Member
    Starke wrote: »
    Finished this earlier today, I don't think it was too bad. There were much less PowerShell questions than 70-236. If you have taken the Exchange 2007 tests and have a good understanding of the new 2010 features especially DAG you should be fine.

    Thanks for the update. I'm glad to hear that 662 is more of an Exchange exam and less of a powershell exam - unlike 236. Also good to know that a solid Exchange 2007 background helps since some of the 2010 documentation hasn't been published yet.
  • royalroyal Posts: 3,353Member
    Bump/Sticky and can we actually have some active mods assigned to the MS forums?
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  • ClaymooreClaymoore Posts: 1,637Member
    The MS Exchange Team has posted a handy management tool interoperability matrix over on their blog:

    You Had Me At EHLO... : Management Tool Interoperability

    Always good to know which version of which tool you need to use.
  • ClaymooreClaymoore Posts: 1,637Member
    A collection of Exchange 2010 Webcasts and Videos over on the Exchange Team blog:

    You Had Me At EHLO... : New Exchange 2010 Webcasts and Videos
  • mshilungamshilunga Posts: 26Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    just passed this exam not that bad

    you must work on: 1.exchange recipients and folder
    2.client access 3.compliance and security 4.PowerShell Commands - cmdlet.
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  • za3bourza3bour Posts: 1,062Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    Thanks a lot, amazing thread I was looking for it

    This exam is on my top list for 2010
  • yang11yang11 Posts: 14Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    hopefully I can do this one in 2011.

    a quick google search lead me back here.

    give me a good start for the new year.

    thx

    Michael
  • CChilderhoseCChilderhose Posts: 137Member
    Is the Exchange 2010 Unleashed book the better one to get?

    I know there is another one that covers 662 & 663 which I am going to get but I have access to the Unleashed and the Mastering books now.
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  • EveryoneEveryone Posts: 1,661Member
    I took this one a couple months ago without studying, that was a mistake. I've taken other MS exams without studying before, and was able to pass them just going off my experience. I just barely failed this one, got a 605. What got me was questions on parts of Exchange 2010 I don't use in my environment, and haven't seen used elsewhere, like Edgesync and Federated Trusts. I haven't had the spare cash to go back and retake it, hoping to do it soon though. This time I'll actually study. :P
  • bora.sekerbora.seker Posts: 1Registered Users ■□□□□□□□□□
    Hi Claymoore,
    I just sat this exam and just failed icon_sad.gif
    I did the elearning course and really thought i understood the product.
    Where I really failed in the exam was all the powershell Q's.

    Can you please advise me on where I can find information to study / practice the powershell commands so I can better understand and pass this exam?
  • powerfoolpowerfool CISSP, MCSE Posts: 1,626Member ■■■■■■■■□□
    bora.seker,

    The MCM Exchange 2010 Recommended Pre-Reading List suggests Exchange Management Shell in Exchange 2010, from Microsoft|TechNet.
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  • AaronKingsburyAaronKingsbury Posts: 1Registered Users ■□□□□□□□□□
    I'm sitting this exam tomorrow morning... I'm not holding out for a pass first time around...

    Oh and a bit late in the day maybe, but CChilderhose I have the Unleashed book for Exchange 2010 and it seems to be quite good!!
  • jibbajabbajibbajabba Posts: 4,317Member ■■■■■■■■□□
    I'm sitting this exam tomorrow morning... I'm not holding out for a pass first time around...

    Oh and a bit late in the day maybe, but CChilderhose I have the Unleashed book for Exchange 2010 and it seems to be quite good!!

    So how did it go ?
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