Join Scott M Burrell for an in-depth discussion in this video Things you should know, part of Exchange 2016: Compliance, Archiving, eDiscovery, and Auditing.
- [Instructor] Before we get started, there are a few things that will help you get the most out of this course. These demonstrations begin with the servers, including Exchange, already installed and configured, with users created and certificates applied. If you'd like some guidance in setting this up, consider viewing a course on Exchange infrastructure and maybe one on Mailbox databases. A basic understanding of Active Directory will be helpful but not critical in this course.
Similarly, some experience in PowerShell environments will be helpful but not necessary. We'll be using several commandlets and a few scripts during this course which I will explain as we go. Also, a few of the features mentioned in this course will require Enterprise Client Access Licenses to be used in production. Consider the CALs that you have or intend to buy as you learn about these features and make plans for your environment. The demonstrations in this course are all prepared in Windows Hyper-V.
It takes a bit of RAM to virtualize an Exchange server, not to mention processing power, but all these demonstrations can be completed with these three virtual machines: a domain controller that's also serving as a DNS server and a certificate authority, a member server that's been installed with Exchange 2016 in the Mailbox role, and a Windows 10 workstation that's been joined to the domain and has Microsoft Office 2016 installed and Outlook configured for an Exchange account.
There are trial versions of all of these products available for download from Microsoft, so I recommend building a virtual lab environment of your own. I have confidence that you can do this. Let's jump right in.
- Data loss prevention (DLP) solutions
- DLP solutions for business requirements
- Archiving and message records management
- Planning and configuring retention policies
- Assigning retention policies to users
- RBAC roles for eDiscovery
- Compliance solutions
- How to use MailTips
- Mailbox and administrative auditing