Chapter 2. Plan, deploy, manage, and troubleshoot client access services

As an administrator managing Exchange Server 2016, you have to manage a wide variety of technologies. Some of the technologies are backend technologies, which are invisible to your users. For example, users are unconcerned with the volumes where you store your mailbox databases as long as there is ample free space and the performance is good. Other services are client-facing, meaning that your users are directly impacted if there is a misconfiguration or if a service is unavailable. For example, if the certificate you use for client access expires, users are immediately impacted. Outlook might notify the user that there is a problem with the certificate, which often means ...

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