At the end of this video, the student will learn how to manage an Exchange workload. Managing the workload is important so Exchange processes and outside influences don't overwhelm your Exchange server and cause a slowdown or an outage.
- Managing the workload is important so Exchange processes,…and outside influences don't overwhelm your exchange server…and cause a slowdown or an outage.…Each Exchange workload can consume system resources…such as the CPU, mailbox database operations,…or active directory requests.…Let's take a look at some examples of that.…The Outlook Web App is an application…that users who own mailboxes…can access the Exchange server using a web browser,…and this does use system resources.…
As well as the Exchange ActiveSync,…this is the product that synchronizes…exchange with your mobile devices.…Mailbox Migration can also use a lot of system resources,…this happens when you move mailboxes…from one server or database to another.…And Mailbox Assistants use up some resources.…Mailbox Assistants are things like the tooltips…or the free busy calendar.…We manage the workload in Exchange Server 2016…using what we call throttling policies.…
And there's a couple of different types.…We've got the Global Throttling Policy,…and we've got the custom throttling policy…
Need to set up Exchange Server for the first time? Check out Robert's previous course, Deploying Exchange Server 2016.
Note: This course maps to the certification exam for Exchange Server 2016. Review the course and exam blueprint for the Exchange Server 13 exam here and here.
- Reviewing the Exchange Control Panel
- Managing the Mailbox role
- Configuring permissions and delegates
- Managing and troubleshooting mail transport
- Troubleshooting SMTP mail flow and domain security
- Designing an Exchange SLA
- Backup and recovery
- Planning high availability
- Troubleshooting connectivity
Skill Level Intermediate
Migrating from Exchange Server 2010 to 2013with David Elfassy2h 23m Intermediate
Windows Server 2012 R2: Manage Group Policywith Ed Liberman1h 46m Intermediate
1. Using the Exchange Control Panel
2. Managing the Mailbox Role
3. Managing Transport
4. Exchange SLA
5. Backup and Recovery
6. High Availability
7. Troubleshooting Connectivity
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