Microsoft 70-336: MCSE Core Solutions Lync Server 2013
Microsoft 70-336: MCSE Core Solutions Lync Server 2013

Microsoft 70-336: MCSE Core Solutions Lync Server 2013

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Candidates for this exam are IT consultants and telecommunications consulting professionals who design, plan, deploy, and maintain solutions for unified communications (UC). Candidates should be able to translate business requirements into technical architecture and design for a UC solution. Candidates should have a minimum of two years of experience with Microsoft Lync technologies and be familiar with supported migration scenarios. Candidates should be proficient in deploying Lync Server solutions for end users, endpoint devices, telephony, audio/video and web conferences, security, and high availability. Candidates should also know how to monitor and troubleshoot Lync Server using Microsoft tools. The minimally qualified candidate typically should have experience making decisions concerning the design, implementation, and maintenance of the following: central and branch office sites, standard and enterprise edition deployment, high availability and disaster recovery, remote access\external access, enterprise voice, Unified Messaging, conferencing, Persistent Chat, data compliance, client endpoints, and, migration from previous versions of Lync. This course is a core requirement for the MCSE certification.

Course Outline

Module 1 Handling Design And Architecture For Microsoft Lync
Server 2013

  •  1.1 CourseAndInstructorIntroduction
  •  1.2 IntroductionToLyncServer2013ArchitecturePart1
  •  1.3 IntroductionToLyncServer2013ArchitecturePart2
  •  1.4 IntroductionToLyncServer2013ArchitecturePart3
  • 1.5 IntroductionToLyncServer2013ArchitecturePart4
  •  1.6 IntroductionToLyncServer2013ArchitecturePart5
  •  1.7 IntroductionToLyncServer2013ArchitecturePart6
  •  1.8 IntroductionToLyncServer2013CoreCapabilites
  •  1.9 IntroductionToLyncServer2013DesignProcess
  •  1.10 EvaluateInfrastructureRequirementsAndUpdateTheDesign
  •  1.11 PlanForAllPhasesOfMicrosoftSolutionsFrameworkPart1
  •  1.12 PlanForAllPhasesOfMicrosoftSolutionsFrameworkPart2
  •  1.13 PlanForAllPhasesOfMicrosoftSolutionsFrameworkPart3
  •  1.14 PlanForAllPhasesOfMicrosoftSolutionsFrameworkPart4
  • 1.15 Module1Questions

Module 2 Designing A Lync Server 2013

  •  2.1 PlanInfrastructureRequirementsForLyncServer2013Part1
  •  2.2 PlanInfrastructureRequirementsForLyncServer2013Part2
  •  2.3 PlanInfrastructureRequirementsForLyncServer2013Part3
  •  2.4 PlanInfrastructureRequirementsForLyncServer2013Part4
  •  2.5 UseTheLyncServer2013PlanningTool
  •  2.6 UseTheTopologyBuilderPart1
  •  2.7 UseTheTopologyBuilderPart2
  •  2.8 PlanTheServerInfrastructure
  •  2.9 DesignDocumentationWithTheUseOfMicrosoftOffice
  •  2.10 DesignDocumentationWithTheUseOfMicrosoftOfficeAndModule2Questions

Module 3 Installing Lync

  •  3.1 PrepareForInstallation
  •  3.2 InstallLyncAndModule3Questions

Module 4 Using Management Tools And RBAC

  •  4.1 UsingManagementToolsPart1
  •  4.2 UsingManagementToolsPart2
  •  4.3 UsingManagementToolsPart3
  •  4.4 UsingManagementToolsPart4
  •  4.5 UsingManagementToolsPart5
  •  4.6 UsingManagementToolsPart6
  •  4.5 IntroductionToRoleBasedAccessControl
  •  4.6 Module4Questions

Module 5 Deploying And Managing Clients And Devices

  •  5.1 PrepareForClientDeployment
  •  5.2 DeployAndManageLync2013Clients
  •  5.3 PrepareForDeviceDeploymentAndModule5Questions

Module 6 Conferencing In Lync Server 2013

  •  6.1 IntroductionToConferenceInLyncServer2013Part1
  •  6.2 IntroductionToConferenceInLyncServer2013Part2
  •  6.3 DeisgnForWebAndAudioVideoConferencingAndIntroToDialInConferencing
  • 6.4 ManageAndAdministerConferencingAndModule6Questions

Module 7 Designing And Deploying External Access

  •  7.1 IntroductionToLync2013ExternalCapabilitiesPart1
  •  7.2 IntroductionToLync2013ExternalCapabilitiesPart2„ 7.3 PlanForIMAndPresenceFederation
  •  7.4 DesignEdgeRequirementsPart1
  •  7.5 DesignEdgeRequirementsPart2
  •  7.6 Module7Questions

Module 8 Deploying Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Persistant Chat

  •  8.1 IntroductionToPersistantChatArchitectureAndDesignConsiderationsIn
  •  LyncServer2013
  •  8.2 DeployAndConfigureLyncServer2013PersistantChatAndModule8Questions

Module 9 Archiving And Monitoring

  •  9.1 IntroductionToTheArchivingAndMonitoringServices
  •  9.2 ConfigureArchivingAndMonitoringAndModule9Questions

Module 10 Administering And Maintaining Lync Server 2013

  •  10.1 AdministeringAndMaintainingLyncServer2013Part1
  •  10.2 AdministeringAndMaintainingLyncServer2013Part2

Module 11 Configuring And Managing High Availability In Lync Server 2013

  •  11.1 IntroductionToHighAvailabilityInLyncServer2013
  •  11.2 DesignLoadBalancingAndModule11Questions

Module 12 Understanding Disaster Recover In Lync Server 2013

  •  12.1 UnderstandingDisasterRecoverInLyncServer2013Part1
  •  12.2 UnderstandingDisasterRecoverInLyncServer2013Part2
  •  12.3 Module12RealWorldScenariosAndQuestions

Module 13 Planning a Migration to Lync Server 2013

  • 13.1 IntroductionToCoexistenceAndMigrationTopicAPart1
  •  13.2 IntroductionToCoexistenceAndMigrationTopicAPart2
  •  13.3 IntroductionToCoexistenceAndMigrationTopicB
  •  13.4 IntroductionToCoexistenceAndMigrationTopicC

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