When disaster strikes, you want to be prepared with time-tested methods for getting back up and running just as quickly as you can. Arm yourself against failure with these proven recovery strategies. You'll examine traditional backup and restore strategies, as well as time-tested methods like Dial Tone restores, as well as the latest options for restoring everything from a single mail item, to a database, to the entire server. Then you'll examine the CAS services in Exchange 2016. As long as Exchange has existed, there have been frontend servers. Exchange 2016 removes the CAS role as a separate install, which is a major architectural change, directly impacting your design. You'll examine the differences between legacy CAS and CAS in 2016, define the interactions between the CAS and Mailbox services, and the client communication process with a focus on the CAS services acting as a stateless proxy.
Candidates who have a minimum of three years of experience designing and managing Exchange Server and are responsible for the Exchange Server 2016 messaging environment in an enterprise environment; IT consultants or senior administrators who act as the technical lead over a team of administrators.