If you were looking to gear up your qualifications for a server administration career, this course might be the one for you. This course is designed to help you plan and design a Lync server 2013 implementation, as per the organisation’s or users’ requirements. From designing a Lync server, to conferencing in Lync server, you will learn everything you need to know to get up to speed with Lync servers.
Designing, installing, migrating, administering and maintaining a Lync server are all broken down into distinct modules to enhance your overall leaning experience. This course will also guide you on disaster recovery, high availability, persistent chat, external access and many more to further enlighten you on the server.
On the successful completion of this course, you will walk away with an outstanding knowledge on Lync server to set foot or progress in your career. You can also use this course certificate as a foundation to follow up on the other related courses.
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This course might greatly interest individuals aspiring to administer Lync servers in enterprise settings or for professionals already in server administration.
At the end of the course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for assessment and certification when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed the course.
Those who successfully complete the course will be awarded the Microsoft Core Solutions Lync Server 2013 certificate by CPD & iAP. The qualification will make you valuable to employers, and your motivation at gaining new skills will be recognised.
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|Microsoft 70-336: MCSE: Core Solutions Lync Server 2013||FREE||00:00:00|
|Course Brochure – Microsoft 70-336: MCSE: Core Solutions Lync Server 2013||FREE|
|1: Handling Design And Architecture For Microsoft Lync Server 2013|
|1. Course And Instructor Introduction|
|2. Introduction To Lync Server 2013 Architecture – Part 1-6|
|3. Introduction To Lync Server 2013 Core Capabilites|
|4. Introduction To Lync Server 2013 Design Process|
|5. Evaluate Infrastructure Requirements And Update The Design|
|6. Plan For All Phases Of Microsoft Solutions Framework – Part 1-3|
|7. Module 1 Questions|
|2: Designing A Lync Server 2013|
|1. Plan Infrastructure Requirements For Lync Server 2013 – Part 1-2|
|2. Use The Lync Server 2013 Planning Tool|
|3. Use The Topology Builder – Part 1-2|
|4. Plan The Server Infrastructure|
|5. Design Documentation With The Use Of Microsoft Office – Part 1|
|6. Design Documentation With The Use Of Microsoft Office – Part 2 And Module 2 Questions|
|3: Installing Lync|
|1. Install Lync – Part 1-2|
|4: Using Management Tools And RBAC|
|1. Using Management Tools – Part 1-6|
|2. Introduction To Role-Based Access Control|
|3. Module 4 Questions|
|5: Deploying And Managing Clients And Devices|
|1. Prepare For Client Deployment|
|2. Deploy And Manage Lync 2013 Clients|
|3. Prepare For Device Deployment And Module 5 Questions|
|6: Conferencing In Lync Server 2013|
|1. Introduction To Conference In Lync Server 2013 – Part 1-2|
|2. Design For Web And Audio-Video Conferencing|
|3. Introduction To Dial-In Conferencing In Lync Server 2013|
|4. Manage And Administer Conferencing And Module 6 Questions|
|7: Designing And Deploying External Access|
|1. Introduction To Lync 2013 External Capabilities – Part 1-2|
|2. Plan For IM And Presence Federation|
|3. Design Edge Requirements – Part 1-2|
|4. Module 7 Questions|
|8: Deploying Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Persistant Chat|
|1. Introduction To Persistent Chat Architecture And Design Considerations In Lync Server 2013|
|2. Deploy And Configure Lync Server 2013 Persistent Chat And Module 8 Questions|
|9: Archiving And Monitoring|
|1. Introduction To The Archiving And Monitoring Services|
|2. Configure Archiving And Monitoring And Module 9 Questions|
|10: Administering And Maintaining Lync Server 2013|
|1. Administering And Maintaining Lync Server 2013 – Part 1-2|
|11: Configuring And Managing High Availability In Lync Server 2013|
|1. Introduction To High Availability In Lync Server 2013|
|2. Design Load Balancing – Part 1-2|
|12: Understanding Disaster Recover In Lync Server 2013|
|1. Understanding Disaster Recover In Lync Server 2013 – Part 1-2|
|2. Module 12 Real World Scenarios And Questions|
|13: Planning a Migration to Lync Server 2013|
|1. Introduction To Coexistence And Migration – Part 1-3|
|2. Introduction To Migration Steps – Part 1-2|
|3. Plan For Clients And Devices And Design Client Migration And Device Migration Strategy|
|4. Course Outro|
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