MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-662): Configuring Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010

Errata for MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-662): Configuring Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010




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Page 5
Secind line

on the separate predeployment steps, these steps "will" are given separate treatment in this

Note from the Author or Editor:
Second line on page. Please delete the word "will" Ian

Anonymous  Apr 10, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Bullets under top paragraph

In the book on page 5 it states that the computer hosting the Schema Master role must be running Windows Server 2003 operating system or later. But, practice test question 662P_1.1_01 states that "The Domain Controller that hosts the Schema Master role is running Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 or later". The book, on page 5, it only states that computers that function as Global Catalog Servers in each site are running the Windows Server operating system with Service Pack 1 or later.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Page 5 Change The computer hosting the Schema Master role is running the Windows Server 2003 operating system or later operating system, such as Windows Server 2008. to The computer hosting the Schema Master role is running the Windows Server 2003 operating system or later. (Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 requires the Schema Master to be running Windows Server 2003 SP2 or later) Page 10 change The Schema Master should be running Windows Server 2003 or later. To The Schema Master should be running Windows Server 2003 or later. (Windows Server 2003 SP2 or later for Exchange Server 2010 SP2)

Kevin Litman  Jun 22, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 17
Second Bullet Point

This bullet point has been copied and not changed form theprevious point. It reads - Exchange-Hub.xml Use this confguration fle with ServerManagerCmd.exe to install the roles, role services, and features required to support the Edge Transport server role. It Should Read - Exchange-Hub.xml Use this confguration fle with ServerManagerCmd.exe to install the roles, role services, and features required to support the Hub Transport server role.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Second bullet point page 17. Please change "Edge Transport server role." to "HubTransport server role." Ian

Andy Church  Feb 03, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 54

The second command asks you to obtain the global unique identifier (GUID) of the database: Get-MailboxDatabase -Identity "<server name>\database name" | Format-Table Name, GUID should be Get-MailboxDatabase -Identity "database name" | Format-Table Name,GUID

Note from the Author or Editor:
Get-MailboxDatabase -Identity "<server name>\database name" | Format-Table Name, GUID should be Get-MailboxDatabase -Identity "database name" | Format-Table Name,GUID

Giuseppe Barbarino  Nov 16, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 54
2nd paragraph of "Configuring the Database Size Limit

Update: Technet lists a soft limit of 1024GB since Exchange Server 2010 SP1

Note from the Author or Editor:
In the paragraph identified by the reader, replace the second sentence with "The default database size limit for Exchange 2010 Enterprise Edition was set at 1024 GB on the release of SP1."

Juergen Desiderio  Mar 27, 2012 
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Page 63
2nd paragraph

Shouldn't the PS example say "-EventHistoryRetentionPeriod 28.00:00:00" instead of "-EventHistoryRetentionPeriod 14.00:00:00"?

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please change 14 to 28 in the final line of the first command on the page. Ian

Marvin Schroeder  Sep 26, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 82
Lesson Review, question 1, Answer C

Answer C refers to Server VAN-EX2. Since C is listed as the correct answer, I presume the answer should refer to server DEN-EX2

Jason Steele  Oct 27, 2010  Apr 01, 2011
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Page 86
Step 12

There is no public folder database if you followed the installation instruction step on page 38 Step 8.

Note from the Author or Editor:
in Step 12, remove "the public folder database on the VAN-EX1 server should be specified,"

Anonymous  Aug 16, 2012 
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Page 87

In Exercise 2 step 4 the command to create the Address List is missing a minus sign before the ConditionalDepartment argument.

Philip Amos  Nov 15, 2010  Apr 01, 2011
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Page 88
line 5

..... DC=Adatum,DC=extest,DC=com' ...... DC=extest, should be omitted

Note from the Author or Editor:
Same as previous comment. Please remove "DC=extest," from command. Ian

Hans van Dijk  May 14, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 88
Item 7

The filter does not work. Remove DC=extest and the filter works.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Remove "DC=extest," near the nnd of the command in step 7. The correct command is as shown in Figure 2-20.

Kevin Lammiman  Jan 06, 2012  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 99
cmdlet at the bottom of the page

On the cmdlet at the bottom of the page there is a space in the -LinkedDomainController argument (i.e. its listed as -LinkedDomain Controller).

Note from the Author or Editor:
Page 99, first line of command at the bottom of the page. "-LinkedDomain Controller" should be "-LinkedDomainController" Ian

Philip Amos  Nov 15, 2010  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 102
1st Paragraph

In the first paragraph on p102 when introducting the Set-Mailbox command you mention you run it from the EMC when it should be the EMS.

Philip Amos  Nov 15, 2010  Apr 01, 2011
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Page 104
1st paragraph

Where is written EMC should be EMS

Note from the Author or Editor:
Change Use the Set-Mailbox cmdlet to add proxy addresses to an existing mailbox using the EMC. to Use the Set-Mailbox cmdlet to add proxy addresses to an existing mailbox using the EMS.

Fabio Martins  Jan 09, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 114
Last paragraph and the command

On p114 the SubjectKeyWords and SenderKeyWords arguments have been mis typed as SubjectKeyWorks and SenderKeyWorks

Philip Amos  Nov 15, 2010  Apr 01, 2011
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Page 118
Step 4 when creating a Room

When creating a Room mailbox through the EMC step 4 specifies you have to enter a password. This isn't the case if you have Service Pack 1, not sure if its the case with out service pack.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Change: repeat this in the User Logon Name fields, and then enter a password. to repeat this in the User Logon Name fields, and then enter a password if required.

Philip Amos  Nov 15, 2010  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 142
Mail Enabled users. "but have their mailboxes hosted by an eternal organization"

the word eternal should be external on that page. It should read but have their mailboxes hosted by an EXTERNAL organization.

corey  Nov 09, 2010  Apr 01, 2011
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Page 176
Configure Public Folders

This section suggests practices to "Configure Public Folders", but no practice suggested are for Public Folders

Note from the Author or Editor:
Change Configure Public Folders to Configure Dynamic Distribution Groups

Fabio Martins  Jan 23, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 204
Last paragraph

"You can use the Set-OwaVirtualDirectory cmdlet to configure these settings from the EMC." Should be: "...settings from the EMS."

Note from the Author or Editor:
EMC should be EMS. Ian

Allan Kjær  Dec 01, 2010  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 254
2nd paragraph

In the section "Configuring Mailboxes to Use Sharing Policies" there is a sample EMS cmdlet to get mailbox user data and pipe it to a set command for federated sharing; however, the set-mailbox cmdlet part is missing. The text says, "For example, the following command configures all mailboxes with the Marketing Department to use the Adatum Marketing federated sharing policy: Get-Mailbox -Filter {Department -eq "Marketing"}" I could be wrong, but you can't set a Federated Sharing Policy with a get-mailbox command. Like the text says, you still need to pipe it into a set-mailbox command.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Same as a previous comment. Ian

Anonymous  Feb 03, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 254
2nd paragraph

Page 254 – configuring mailboxes to use sharing policies The command “get-mailbox –filter {Department –eq “Marketing”} is incomplete. It should be “get-mailbox –filter {Department –eq “Marketing”} | set-mailbox –sharingpolicy “Adatum Marketing””

Note from the Author or Editor:
Reader is correct. Please amend the first command on p 254 to Get-Mailbox –Filter {Department –eq “Marketing”} | Set-Mailbox –Sharingpolicy “Adatum Marketing” Ian

Anthony Brzoskowski  May 31, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 325
1st paragraph

The command New-Send-Connector in the note section on the top of the page should be New-SendConnector.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Page 325, on the 4th line of the first note, please change "New-Send-Connector" to "New-SendConnector" Ian

Anonymous  Feb 10, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 368
The enumeration after the 3rd paragraph.

.NET FrameWork 3.51 Should be... .NET Framework 3.5.1 "Work" doesn't need capitalization and I believe it was 3.5.1, not 3.51.

Note from the Author or Editor:
First bullet point on page - pleas change .NET FrameWork 3.51 to .NET Framework 3.5.1

Guido Kroon  Aug 11, 2012 
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Page 374
Question 1

"...before you can install the Hub Transport role?" Should be: "...before you can install the Edge Transport role"?

Note from the Author or Editor:
Change "before you can install the Hub Transport role?" to "before you can install the Edge Transport role?"

Allan Kjaer  Dec 12, 2010  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 413
2nd & 3rd cmdlets on the page

The page is explaining how to change message tracking settings on a mailbox server but the second and third examples use the Set-Transportserver command when they should be using the Set-MailboxServer command like the first example.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Third command down (just before the heading) please change "Set-Transportserver" to "Set-MailboxServer" The rest of the command is OK. Ian

Philip Amos  Apr 19, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 439
4th Paragraph (Entitled: Using Telnet to Test SMTP Communication)

Second to last line reads: "... and if this connection can be made, the Telnet command ELHO..." ELHO is not an actual command - this is a typo and should have read EHLO

Note from the Author or Editor:
ELHO should be EHLO - second last paragraph. Ian

James Edgar  Apr 20, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 497
The first enumeration on the bottom of the page.

1. Open the EMS. Should be.... 1. Open the EMC.

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

Guido Kroon  Aug 09, 2012 
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Page 500
The Quick Check box on the bottom of the page.

The Quick Check Answer is incomplete. It states that only you can only "enable or disable connectivity logging" using either the EMS or the EMC. This, however, is not complete because "configuring the location of the connectivity log files" can also be done using either of those. This can be verified because the first half of page 499 explains us how to do this, first by using the EMC, and then the EMS.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please add the following to the Quick Check answers: Configuring the location of the connectivity log files.

Guido Kroon  Aug 09, 2012 
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Page 521
The last sententance on the 4th paragraph.

Regarding the word "MSEXchangeTransport". The X is capitalized as well, which I'm sure is just a typo, really.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please change the word "MSEXchangeTransport" in the lfinal line of the paragraph directly under the heading "Specifying Diagnostic Logging Levels" to "MSExchangeTransport"

Guido Kroon  Aug 11, 2012 
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Page 525
The Quick Check box near the bottom of the page.

The Quick Check box asks for a command involving the "VAN-HUB1" server. The Quick Check Answer section answers this question with a command while specifying the "HUB-EX2" server, which is a totally different server (if it even exists on the network).

Note from the Author or Editor:
In the answer in the Quick Ckeck box please change HUB-EX2 to VAN-HUB1

Guido Kroon  Aug 11, 2012 
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Page 549
Last script at bottom of page

There are a lot of mistakes in this script - as it stands it could potentially result in major problems 1. The curly braces around Get-RetentionPolicy "Old-Retention-Policy" will cause it to be interpreted as a ScriptBlock; distinguishedName will therefore be $null as will the variable $oldpolicy (the braces should be parentheses) 2. The subsequent get-mailbox will still run -but the filter will pick up every mailbox without a retention policy assigned (the value of $oldpolicy will be $null). If you select "Yes to All" you will assign the policy to every mailbox that has no retention policy (which might be hard to revert) - Setting the $oldpolicy variable should be on a separate line and not piped to get-mailbox - RetentionPolicy is not a filterable property for get-mailbox; the RetentionPolicy mailbox attribute is an object - The filter should be replaced by a where clause - There is no need to use the distinguishedName The whole script could be replaced with get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited | where {$_.RetentionPolicy -eq "OLDPOLICYNAME"} | set-mailbox -retentionpolicy "NEWPOLICYNAME"

Note from the Author or Editor:
I see no curly braces in the command in my copy of the book. If there are any they should be ( and ) The reader is correct about setting the $oldpolicy variable. This should be on a separate line. However, I don't agree with any of the other statements. Replace the command (just above the final More Info box) with: $OldPolicy={Get-RetentionPolicy "Old-Retention-Policy"}.distinguishedName Get-Mailbox -Filter {RetentionPolicy -eq $OldPolicy} -Resultsize Unlimited | Set-Mailbox -RetentionPolicy "New-Retention-Policy" ian

Scott Lemon  Jan 04, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 557
First sentence of the first paragraph just below the EXAM TIP.

"[...] using the EMS is very similar [...]" I think EMS should be EMC here, as it refers to to a previous procedure using the EMC.

Note from the Author or Editor:
The first sentence of the paragraph that the reader identifies should read "The procedure to create a managed custom folder using the EMC is....." Ian

Guido Kroon  Aug 11, 2012 
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Page 567
Question 3

(Choose all that apply; each answer forms part of the solution.) Should be each answer forms a complete solution. A & C each could, on their own, be used to apply the retention policy Accounting to the Don Hall mailbox.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Page 567 Question 3. Change "each answer forms part of the solution." to "each answer forms a complete solution." Ian

Justin Glauber  Mar 27, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 568
6th paragraph, second sentence

Sentence reads: "Journal rules can be used to ensure that all message that are sent to a specified email address are also stored is a journaling mailbox for compliance purposes." The word "is" should be "in" as a verb does not make sense placed there following another verb, "stored". The descriptor "in" tells where the storing is taking place.

Note from the Author or Editor:
4th line in the second last paragraph - "stored is a journalling mailbox" should be "stored in a journalling mailbox".

Mike Alderman  Jul 12, 2012 
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Page 598
Lesson 2, answer 1 D

Option 1 D should be: "Set-IRMConfiguration -OWAEnabled $false"

Note from the Author or Editor:
Same as previous correction. $true should be $false Ian

Allan Kjaer  Jan 12, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 598
Review question #1

The answer given for question 1 contradicts p573 line 7. Either the question should change "disables" to "enables", or the answer should read: "Set-IRMConfiguration -OWAEnabled $false" (not one of the multiple choices)

Note from the Author or Editor:
Answer D in Question 1 should be "Set-IRMConfiguration -OWAEnabled $false" This ties in with the qustion and the answer in the Answers section.

Marvin Schroeder  Sep 24, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 599
Ex.1, Step 2

In the command to create a new retention policy it says to have the parameter "-IsPrimary $true" but that generates an error. Upon researching it I discovered: "The IsPrimary parameter was deprecated before we RTMed, so there's no concept of a "primary" tag any more." http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchangesvrcompliance/thread/58913541-12e6-4b3d-9c54-f0211038ba60

Note from the Author or Editor:
In step 2 (near foot of page) delete the words "and set it as primary". In the first line of the command delete -IsPrmary $true

Grant Sears  May 04, 2012 
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Page 648
5th paragraph

In the details of the cmdlet it says that the IP block list provider is fabricam.com but in the EMS cmdlet it says fafricam.com. Set-IPBlockListProvider -Identity fafricam.com -AnyMatch $true

Note from the Author or Editor:
I think fabrikam.com is the permitted name. Please change both fabricam,com and fafricam.com to fabrikam.com Ian

Anonymous  Feb 04, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 654
3rd paragraph, involving the 3rd command that follows.

Regarding this line: "[...] the domain fabricam.com and all its subdomains [...]: And this command: "Set-ContentFilterConfig -BypassedSenderDomains *.fabrikam.com,treyresearch.com" The domain "fabricam.com" in the explanation should be "fabrikam.com".

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please amend "fabricam.com" to "fabrikam.com". In general please chane fabricam to fabrikam wherever it occurs. Ian

Guido Kroon  Aug 14, 2012 
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Page 680-682

In Chapter 12, Exercise 1 (Managing S/MIME for OWA), all registry modifications are false SMIME setting should not be subkeys of SMIME key but values of SMIME key. I verified with Process Monitor that it doesn't try to open key (RegOpenKey) but try to read value (RegQueryValue). Date & Time: 15/12/2010 00:05:33 Event Class: Registry Operation: RegQueryValue Result: NAME NOT FOUND Path: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\services\MSExchange OWA\SMIME\DisableCRLCheck TID: 12340 Duration: 0.0000039 Length: 144 Date & Time: 15/12/2010 00:05:33 Event Class: Registry Operation: RegQueryValue Result: SUCCESS Path: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\services\MSExchange OWA\SMIME\CRLConnectionTimeout TID: 12340 Duration: 0.0000050 Type: REG_DWORD Length: 4 Data: 120000 Regards, Stéphane Olivier

Note from the Author or Editor:
This is very worrying. I tested the results of the procedure on my virtual network that included an OWA client and it seemed to work. Also TechNet advises locating the necessary keys (or creating them if they do not exist) and setting DWord values as per the procedure. However this reader seems to have done some investigation. I don't get the same results but maybe I'm doing something wrong. The safest thing to do would be to delete Exercise 1 on pages 679 through 682. It is extremely unlikely that the exam will test registry configuration in this detail. The alternative is to leave the pages as they are, but someone else might make the same comment. If the procedure is deleted it would change subsequent pagination and indexing. Also Exercise 2 on pahe 682 woud become Exercise 1, five figures would be deleted so the subsequent figure numbers would need to change, and the Practice title .on page 679 would become "Disabling and Enabling MIME" Is removing the procedure acceptable? Ian If it's acceptable to delete

Stephane OLIVIER  Dec 14, 2010 
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Page 704
The whole page

The number of questions are wrong: There should not be a question number "2" at the top of the page, as it is part of question number 2 on the previous page. So the total number of questions for chapter 13, lesson 1, should only be 5 (as the number of questions for the lesson is only 5 in the answer pages).

Note from the Author or Editor:
The reader means there should not be a number "3" at the top of the page as this is a continuation of question 2. Numbers 4, 5, and 6 should be 3, 4, and 5. Ian

Allan Kjaer  Jan 24, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 712
1st question on this page.

Regarding this line: "Which of the following EMS cmdlets can you use to configure an existing public folder so that replicates to two other public folder databases within your organization?" I think the word "it" is missing between "so that" and "replicates".

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

Guido Kroon  Aug 15, 2012 
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Page 718
1st paragraph and last item on the Lesson Summary section.

This line on the 1st paragraph: "You may need to use a NLB solution [...]" And the last line of the Lesson Summary: "[...] using a NLB solution [...]" This one makes me feel like a real grammar Nazi, but you consistently write "an NLB" throughout this lesson. These lines here spell "a NLB", which is inconsistent with the rest. Just saying.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please change "a NBL" to "an NBL" where the reader indicates. Ian

Guido Kroon  Aug 15, 2012 
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Page 742
Bottom of page

WRONG: "You use the New-MailboxDatabase EMS cmdlet to create an RDB. You cannot use the EMS for this purpose." RIGHT: "You use the New-MailboxDatabase EMS cmdlet to create an RDB. You cannot use the EMC for this purpose."

Note from the Author or Editor:
Final para before the command at the foot of page 742, 3rd line. Change EMS to EMC Ian

Allan Kjaer  Jan 27, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 747
Step 13

Regarding this line: "Merge the databases by exporting the data from the RDB and importing it into the recovered database". I think it's supposed to be "dial tone database", not "RDB".

Note from the Author or Editor:
I think the reager has misunderstood the procedure. I have sent him a message. However, Step 13 could be clearer. Please amend it to read: Merge the databases by exporting the data from the RDB and importing it into the dial-tone database, which now becomes the recovered database.

Guido Kroon  Aug 16, 2012 
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Page 759
Last line before the bullets

The last line before the bullet points reads: ..to enable you to recover the server role in the vent of a failure. I'm guessing it was supposed to read: ..in the event of a failure. :p

Note from the Author or Editor:
Just before the first bullet point on the page, please change "vent" to "event" Ian

Justin Glauber  Mar 28, 2011  Feb 10, 2012
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Page 787
Lesson 3 D

Setup.com/mide:install should read Setup.com/mode:install

Note from the Author or Editor:
Lesson 3, number 1, answer D. Please change Setup.com/mide:install to Setup.com/mode:install

Anonymous  Feb 28, 2012