MCTS 70-662 Rapid Review: Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Errata for MCTS 70-662 Rapid Review: Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server 2010




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Page 8
1st paragraph

I may be overlooking something, but it appears that the order of roles to deploy in an upgrade may be incorrect. Page 8 (Chapter 1), question regarding Exchange service pack level The order of roles to deploy in an upgrade shows Mailbox and last Unified Messaging. In the Upgrade Checklists on TechNet pages Microsoft indicates to deploy the Unified Messaging role before the Mailbox role. 2003 upgrade: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee332309.aspx 2007 upgrade: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff805032.aspx Minor point for this exam, I believe.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please swap Mailbox and Unified Messaging in the order list at the end of the first paragraph on the page. Ian

Anonymous  Jul 12, 2012 
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Page 10
Final paragraph

The answer supplied in the final paragraph on page 10 suggests installing the Office 2007 filter pack. This should ideally be amended to refer to the Office 2010 filter pack (even if this is just for consistency as the Office 2010 filter pack is referred to on the very next page). For a book that focuses on the latest version of Exchange (i.e. 2010 service pack 2), I would expect that references to prerequisite installation requirements would point to the latest versions of the same.

Note from the Author or Editor:
On the final paragraph on page 10, please change Office 2007 filter pack to Office 2010 filter pack. Ian

Andrew Hopkinson  Apr 12, 2012 
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Page 30
Objective 1.4 Question 5

Question reads: "You need to move the transaction log files for a specified mailbox." Should read: "You need to move the transaction log files for a specified mailbox database."

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please change "a specified mailbox" to "a specified mailbox database"

None  Nov 05, 2012 
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Page 32
Publish address lists, third line.

In the text appear New ONLINE Address Book Wizard in the EMC to create an OAB and, in my opinionm it should be New OFFLINE ........ Same issue could be found in page 36 under Creating and configuring OABs. There is no "New Online Address Book" Wizard in EMC; there is "New Offline Address Book" or "New Address List" wizards instead. Thanks.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please replace "Online" with "Offline" where the reader indicates. Ian

Anonymous  Oct 16, 2012 
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Page 38
Top of page, answer to question 4 objective 1.1

Setup /PrepareLegacyExchangePermissions is listed twice.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please delete one instance of "Setup /PrepareLegacyExchangePermissions" at the top of the page. Ian

Andrew Hopkinson  Apr 12, 2012 
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Page 49
Set-Mailbox example

'Set-Mailbox -Identity "Don Hall" -Anti-spamBypassEnabled $true' should read: 'Set-Mailbox -Identity "Don Hall" -AntispamBypassEnabled $true' No dash between 'Anti' and 'spam.'

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please amend as reader specifies. Ian

None  Nov 05, 2012 
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Page 51
Paragraph immediately following 'Mailbox permissions' header

"However, you can use the Add-Mailbox cmdlet with the AccessRights . . . " should read "However, you can use the Add-MailboxPermission cmdlet with the AccessRights . . ."

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please amend as reader specifies. Ian

None  Nov 05, 2012 
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Page 52
Objective 2.1 Question 5

"You have configured the first server running Windows Server 2010 SP2 . . . " should read "You have configured the first server running Exchange Server 2010 SP2 . . . "

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please correct as reader specifies. Ian

None  Nov 05, 2012 
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Page 65
Paragraph 5: Set-DistributionGroup Example

'Set-DistributionGroup -Identity "Enquiries" -ModeratedBy "Mike Ray" -ModerationEnabled $true -SendModreationNotifications "Internal"' should read 'Set-DistributionGroup -Identity "Enquiries" -ModeratedBy "Mike Ray" -ModerationEnabled $true -SendModerationNotifications "Internal"' Note typo in -SendModerationNotifications parameter name.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please amend as reader specifies. Ian

None  Nov 05, 2012 
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Page 75
Answers: Ojbective 2.2 Question 5

Parameter '-DomainOrganizationUnitRestriction' is used in the example, however, that is not a valid parameter. The actual parameter should be -RecipientOrganizationalUnitScope

Note from the Author or Editor:
In Objective 2.2 Answer 5 please change "-DomainOrganizationUnitRestriction" to "-RecipientOrganizationalUnitScope"

None  Nov 05, 2012 
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Page 94
DNS Section

In the section labeled DNS and discussing the DNS TXT record the correct command to retrieve the DNS TXT record for Federated Domain Proof is never mentioned. A reader might have the impression that Get-FederationTrust is the appropriate command, but it is not. The correct cmdlet is Get-FederatedDomainProof -DomainName <insert domain to be federated here>

Note from the Author or Editor:
This isn't actually an error, but the reader may be correct that the additional info he mentions could be examined. On page 94, after the line "Get-FederationTrust | FL" please add the following: In addition the command to retrieve the DNS TXT record for Federated Domain Proof is: Get-FederatedDomainProof | FL

None  Nov 06, 2012 
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Page 96
Paragraph 11: Answer: False. You need to establish the following components . . .

The list of components reads: A federation trust An organization identifier A sharing relationship with the organizations with which your organization shares data It should read: A Federation Trust (with the Microsoft Federation Gateway) One or more Organization Relationships (with the organizations with which your organization shares data) One or more Sharing Policies

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please replace: A federation trust An organization identifier A sharing relationship with the organizations with which your organization shares data with: A federation trust (with the Microsoft Federation Gateway) One or more organization relationships (with the organizations with which your organization shares data) One or more sharing policies Ian

None  Nov 06, 2012 
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Page 102
File share and SharePoint Access Section

File share and SharePoint Access for OWA was a feature of Exchange 2007 which was discontinued in Exchange 2010. See, Outlook Web App features at the following location. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998911.aspx#Disc2007to2010 Adding to the confusion is the inclusion in the Exchange 2010 EMC OWA Virtual Directory properties of the interface to configure this discontinued feature. But the feature is not available, and does not work in Exchange 2010. Thus, this section should either note that fact, or should be removed.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Delete the section "File Share and SharePoint access." I've sent a message to the reader.

None  Nov 06, 2012