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Exam Code: 70-663
Exam Name: Pro: Designing and Deploying Messaging Solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
Version: 14.91

QUESTION 141
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010 SP1. Client computers run Microsoft Outlook 2010 using Standard Client Access Licenses (CALs).
You need to recommend a solution that allows long-term message archival and minimizes hardware costs.
Which two actions should you recommend? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose two.)

A.    Apply a retention policy tag to each mailbox.
B.    Utilize personal archives that are stored in a cloud-based Exchange Server 2010 SP1 environment.
C.    Acquire an Enterprise CAL for each user.
D.    Create a retention policy tag and set the age limit for retention.

Answer: BC
Explanation:
Personal archiving requires Enterprise CALs:

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Office 365 offer the ability for personal archives to be hosted:

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QUESTION 142
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010. Client computers run Microsoft Outlook 2010.
In the current environment, when users need to recover Outlook items that have been permanently deleted from the Deleted Items folder, administrators must recover the items from a backup of the Exchange Server environment.
You have the following requirements:

– Do not require administrators to recover items from the Exchange Server backups.
– Enable online recovery by administrators of permanently deleted items.
– Automatically purge items after a specific period of time.

You need to recommend a solution that meets the requirements.

A.    Implement litigation hold.
B.    Configure single item recovery.
C.    Create a retention policy.
D.    Create a recovery database.

Answer: B
Explanation:
Single item recovery allows to users to restore their deleted items and deleted items removed from the deleted items recovery can be restored by an administrator

Single item recovery provides an additional layer of protection so that you can recover items accidentally deleted by a user or by automated processes such as the Managed Folder Assistant. Single item recovery simplifies recovery and reduces recovery time because you can recover items without recovering an entire mailbox or mailbox database from backup media.

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Users often delete data from their mailboxes that they later want recovered. Recovery of these deleted items is the most common reason for IT admins to recover data from traditional point-in-time backups today.

With previous versions of Exchange Server, administrators implemented two solutions to enable single item recovery, dumpster and restores. Both had their issues, unfortunately.

Exchange 2010 aims to reduce the complexity and administrative costs associated with single item recovery.

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QUESTION 143
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010 and an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain.
Multiple auditing teams search mailboxes from the Exchange Control Panel (ECP) for specific types of content.
You need to recommend a solution that restricts access to the results of a specific search to a specific auditing team.
What should you recommend?

A.    Create an AD DS security group for each auditing team.
Assign the security groups to the Legal Hold role.
B.    Create an arbitration mailbox for each auditing team and grant each team Read permissions to its
designated mailbox.
C.    Create an AD DS security group for each auditing team.
Assign the security groups to the Message Tracking role.
D.    Create a discovery mailbox for each auditing team and grant each team Read permissions to its
designated mailbox.

Answer: D
Explanation:
The exchange setup creates a default discovery mailbox, which will be enough for small organizations. For large companies, they may need multiple discovery mailboxes as the searches are performed frequently and the results are kept for a longer period of time.
Creating a new discovery mailbox is simple enough. Run the command below in Shell (you can’t use EMC).

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New-Mailbox "Discovery Mailbox 2" -UserPrincipalName [email protected] -discovery The key is that the switch "-discovery" needs to be added. Apart from that, the command is the same as creating a new user mailbox.
Once the mailbox has been created, you need to assign full access to the "Discovery Management" group. It is easy enough to do it from the console. Right click the mailbox, select "Manage Full Access Permission" and add the group.

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QUESTION 144
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010.
Client computers run Microsoft Outlook 2010.
You have the following requirements:

– Log actions taken by delegates or administrators on a users mailbox.
– Log when email messages are moved to the Deleted Items folder by users other than the mailbox owner.

You need to recommend a solution that meets the requirements.
What should you recommend?

A.    Use the Set-AdminAuditLogConfig cmdlet.
B.    Use the New-MailboxAuditLogSearch cmdlet.
C.    Use the Set-Mailbox cmdlet.
D.    Use the Set-MailboxAuditBypassAssociation cmdlet.

Answer: C
Explanation:
Use the Set-Mailbox cmdlet to modify the settings of an existing mailbox.
You can use this cmdlet for one mailbox at a time. To perform bulk management, you can pipeline the output of various Get- cmdlets (for example, the Get-Mailbox or Get-User cmdlets) and configure several mailboxes in a single-line command.
You can also use the Set-Mailbox cmdlet in scripts. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123981.aspx
Set-Mailbox <Identity> -AuditEnabled $true

QUESTION 145
A company that is running Exchange Server 2010 merges with a company that is running Exchange Server 2007. After the merger, all external email will be delivered by the Exchange Server 2010 Hub Transport server.
The company intends to keep both Exchange Server environments active for the next year.
You are designing an infrastructure deployment plan.
You have the following requirements:

– Ensure that users with Exchange Server 2010 mailboxes can send external email messages to any domain.
– Ensure that users with Exchange Server 2007 mailboxes can send external email messages to only specific domains.

You need to recommend a solution that meets the requirements. What should you recommend?

A.    Configure transport rules on the Exchange Server 2010 Hub Transport server.
B.    Configure remote domains on the Exchange Server 2010 Hub Transport server.
C.    Configure accepted domains on the Exchange Server 2007 Hub Transport server.
D.    Configure transport rules on the Exchange Server 2007 Hub Transport server.

Answer: A
Explanation:
All email will be delivered using the Exchange 2010 Hub Transport servers so you’ll create the transport rules on the 2010 servers

In Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, transport rules allow you to apply messaging policies to messages in the transport pipeline. Actions such as redirecting a message or adding recipients, rights-protecting messages, and rejecting or silently deleting a message can be taken on messages that match the conditions and none of the exceptions defined in the rule.

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QUESTION 146
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010 SP1 and client computers that run Microsoft Outlook 2010.
You create a Hierarchical Address Book (HAB). Organizational groups must be added to the HAB and organized alphabetically.
You need to recommend a solution for adding and alphabetizing the organizational groups.
Which two actions should you recommend? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose two.)

A.    Modify the PhoneticDisplayName parameter of the security groups.
B.    Create security groups for the organizational groups and designate them as members of the HAB.
C.    Create distribution groups for the organizational groups and designate them as members of the HAB.
D.    Modify the DisplayName parameter of the distribution groups.

Answer: CD
Explanation:
Understanding Hierarchical Address Books
Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP2
The hierarchical address book (HAB) is a feature in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and the Microsoft Outlook 2010 address book that enables end users to browse for recipients in their Exchange organization using an organizational hierarchy. In most Exchange 2010 deployments, users are limited to the default global address list (GAL) and its associated recipient properties. Additionally, the structure of the GAL often doesn’t accurately reflect the management or seniority relationships among recipients in your organization. Being able to customize an HAB that maps to your organization’s unique business structure provides your users with an efficient method for locating internal recipients. Using Hierarchical Address Books In an HAB, your root organization (for example, Contoso, Ltd) is used as the top-level tier. Under this top-level tier, you can add several child tiers to create a customized HAB that’s segmented by division, department, or any other organizational tier you want to specify. The following figure illustrates an HAB for Contoso, Ltd with the following structure:
The top-level tier represents the root organization Contoso, Ltd. The second-level child tiers represent the business divisions within Contoso, Ltd: Corporate Office, Product Support Organization, and Sales & Marketing Organization. The third-level child tiers represent departments within the Corporate Office division:
Human Resources, Accounting Group, and Administration Group.

Example HAB for Contoso, Ltd

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You can provide an additional level of hierarchical structure by using the SeniorityIndex parameter. When creating an HAB, use the SeniorityIndex parameter to rank individual recipients or organizational groups by seniority within these organizational tiers. This ranking specifies the order in which the recipients or groups are displayed in the HAB. For example, in the preceding example, the SeniorityIndex parameter for the recipients in the Corporate Office division is set to the following:
100 for David Hamilton
50 for Rajesh M. Patel
25 for Amy Alberts

Note:
If the SeniorityIndex parameter isn’t set or is equal for two or more users, the HAB sorting order uses the PhoneticDisplayName parameter value to list the users in ascending alphabetical order. If the
PhoneticDisplayName parameter value isn’t set, the HAB sorting order defaults to the DisplayName parameter value and lists the users in ascending alphabetical order.

Configuring Hierarchical Address Books
Detailed instructions for creating HABs are included in the topic Configure Hierarchical Address Books. The general steps are as follows:
Create a distribution group that will be used for the root organization (top-level tier). If desired, you can use an existing organizational unit in your Exchange forest for the distribution group.
Create distribution groups for the child tiers and designate them as members of the HAB. Modify the SeniorityIndex parameter of these groups so they’re listed in the proper hierarchical order within the root organization.
Add organization members. Modify the SeniorityIndex parameter of the members so they’re listed in the proper hierarchical order within the child tiers.

For accessibility purposes, you can use the PhoneticDisplayName parameter, which specifies a phonetic pronunciation of the DisplayName parameter. To learn more about the PhoneticDisplayName parameter and speech recognition, see Understanding Automatic Speech Recognition Directory Lookups.

QUESTION 147
A corporate environment includes deployments of Exchange Server 2010 in North America and Europe. All client computers connect to an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain named contoso.com. The topology of the Exchange organization is shown in the following table.

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Users access Outlook Web App (OWA) by browsing to https://owa.contoso.com/owa. The configuration of the OWA virtual directory URLs on each Client Access server is shown in the following table.

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Users with mailboxes hosted on server MB02 cannot remotely connect to their mailboxes by using OWA.
You need to recommend a solution that allows the users to remotely connect to their mailboxes.
What should you recommend?

A.    Set the ExternalUrl property on the CAHT01 OWA virtual directory to https://caht02.contoso.com/owa.
B.    Set the InternalUrl property on the CAHT01 OWA virtual directory to https://owa.contoso.com/owa.
C.    Set the ExternalUrl property on the CAHT02 OWA virtual directory to $null.
D.    Set the InternalUrl property on the CAHT02 OWA virtual directory to $null.

Answer: C
Explanation:
In a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 organization, a Client Access server can act as a proxy for other Client Access servers within the organization. This is useful when multiple Client Access servers exist in different Active Directory sites in an organization, and at least one of those sites isn’t exposed to the Internet.

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If User 3 tries to access their mailbox through Client Access server 1 or 2, either server will proxy their request to Client Access server 3

The Client Access server queries Active Directory to determine the location of the user’s mailbox.
If the user’s mailbox is on an Exchange 2010 Mailbox server in a different Active Directory site, CAS-01 locates a Client Access server in the same Active Directory site as the user’s Mailbox server. When one is found, Exchange 2010 determines whether the Client Access server has the ExternalURL property set in that Active Directory site. If it is, and cross-site silent redirection hasn’t been enabled, the user is provided with a clickable link that redirects them to the specified URL. If cross-site silent redirection has been enabled, the user will be automatically redirected to the specified URL. If the ExternalURL isn’t set and the authentication method on the virtual directory is set to Integrated Windows authentication, CAS-01 will proxy the user’s request to the Client Access server that’s specified by the InternalURL property.

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QUESTION 148
Your network contains a perimeter network and an internal network.
You are designing an Exchange organization for a company named Contoso, Ltd. All servers in the organization will have Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) installed.
Contoso plans to use a third-party message hygiene solution on the Internet to relay all inbound SMTP e-mail to the Exchange servers.
You need to recommend an inbound SMTP e-mail deployment solution for the Exchange organization. The solution must ensure that all Exchange servers can be managed by using Group Policies.
Which of the following solutions is the best recommendation? (More than one answer choice may achieve the goal. Select the BEST answer.)

A.    Deploy Edge Transport servers on the perimeter network Deploy Hub Transport servers on the internal
network Join the Edge Transport servers to a separate Active Directory forest on the perimeter network
Join the Hub Transport servers to the internal Active Directory forest
B.    Deploy Edge Transport servers and Hub Transport servers on the internal network Join the Edge
Transport servers to a separate Active Directory forest on the perimeter network Join the Hub Transport
servers to the internal Active Directory forest
C.    Deploy a reverse proxy server on the perimeter network Deploy Edge Transport servers and Hub
Transport servers on the internal network Join the Hub Transport servers and the Edge Transport
servers to the internal Active Directory forest.
D.    Deploy a reverse proxy server, Edge Transport servers, and Hub Transport servers on the perimeter
Network Join the Edge Transport servers to a separate Active Directory forest on the perimeter network
Join the Hub Transport servers to the internal Active Directory forest.

Answer: A
Explanation:
For the recipient filtering in the Edge Transport Server to take place, the server needs to know which recipients exist in the internal Exchange environment. The Edge Transport Server also needs to have knowledge about the existing Hub Transport Server in the internal Exchange organization, where the Edge Transport Server has to deliver its SMTP messages to.
This information is pushed from an internal Hub Transport Server to the Edge Transport Server by a process called Edgesync. Please note that for a successful synchronization from the Hub Transport Server to the Edge Transport Server, you have to open port 50636 on the internal firewall. This port has to be opened from the internal network to the DMZ and not vice versa.
To setup an Edge Synchronization, a special XML file has to be created on the Edge Transport Server. This XML file has to be imported to a Hub Transport Server on the internal network creating a relationship between the Edge Transport Server and the respective Hub Transport Server. Once that relationship is created, the Edgesync service can be started.

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Copy the <<filename.xml>> to a directory on the Hub Transport Server and execute these commands:

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To test synchronization status:

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You can open the EMC on the Edge Transport server and take a look at the Accepted Domains tab and Send Connectors tab. This also indicates the synchronization succeeded.

QUESTION 149
A corporate environment includes Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). The environment consists of an internal network and a perimeter network. AD DS is deployed only on the internal network.
The company intends to utilize a service providers cloud-based Exchange Server 2010 SP1 email service. You have the following requirements:

– Maximize the security of the design.
– Use the minimum permissions required to perform directory synchronization.

You need to recommend a solution for directory synchronization between the corporate environment and the service providers environment.
Which two actions should you recommend? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose two.)

A.    Install the directory synchronization tool on a computer in the perimeter network.
B.    Install the directory synchronization tool on a computer on the internal network.
C.    Create a directory synchronization service account with membership in the Domain Users group.
D.    Create a directory synchronization service account with membership in the Domain Admins group.

Answer: BC
Explanation:
On the Microsoft Services Online Credentials page, enter the credentials for tenant account with Global Administrator permissions.

Important:
It’s recommended to create a dedicated service account for this purpose. You can create it directly in Office 365 or in your on-premise Active Directory. The important thing is that this account is added to the Office 365 Global Administrator role group.

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Now we need to specify the credentials for an account with administrator permissions in the on-premise Active Directory.
You can use any account with such permissions as the credentials are only used to set permissions for the DirSync tool not saved.

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Hybrid Deployment Requirements
There are three basic requirements for configuring an Exchange hybrid deployment with your on-premises Exchange environment.

Hybrid servers. You must install one or more hybrid servers running Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2 in your on-premises Exchange environment and configure coexistence hybrid deployment between the on-premises Exchange environment and Exchange Online. Hybrid servers act as a bridge between the on-premises Exchange environment and Exchange Online. Organizations do not need to upgrade on-premises Exchange mailboxes to Exchange 2010 prior to moving them to Exchange Online. The Exchange 2010 Client Access server role on a hybrid server acts a proxy between older Exchange environments and Exchange Online without the need to migrate on-premises Exchange mailboxes to Exchange 2010.

Online Services Directory Synchronization Tool. A hybrid Exchange deployment requires the Directory Synchronization tool to be running in the local environment. Directory synchronization write-back is required to enable smooth offboarding of users. For more details, see the Directory Synchronization Tool section of this document.

Microsoft Federation Gateway. The Microsoft Federation Gateway is free online service offered by Microsoft that acts as the trust broker between your on-premises Exchange organization and your Exchange Online service. Organizations implementing a hybrid Exchange deployment must create a federation trust with the Microsoft Federation Gateway.

QUESTION 150
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2007 SP2 and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). Journaling is in use for all inbound and outbound email messages.
The company intends to transition to Exchange Server 2010 SP1.
During the coexistence, you will have the following requirements:

– Export new journal and transport rules created in the Exchange Server 2007 SP2 system.
– Ensure that the exported rules are available for import in the Exchange Server 2010 SP1 environment.

You need to recommend a solution that meets the requirements.
Which two actions should you recommend? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
Choose two.)

A.    From the Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Hub Transport server, export the journal rules.
B.    From the Exchange Server 2007 SP2 Hub Transport server, export the transport rules.
C.    From the Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Hub Transport server, export the transport rules.
D.    From the Exchange Server 2007 SP2 Hub Transport server, export the journal rules.

Answer: AC
Explanation:
Use the Export-TransportRuleCollection cmdlet to export a transport rule collection that is used by the Transport Rules agent on a computer that has the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Hub Transport server role or the Edge Transport server role installed. You must perform this procedure on an Exchange 2010 Hub Transport server because the Exchange 2010 Export-JournalRuleCollection cmdlet is aware of both journal rule formats, and it exports the Exchange 2007 journal rules when you use the ExportLegacyRules switch.

$file = Export-JournalRuleCollection -ExportLegacyRules Set-Content -Path "C:\MyDocs\Ex2007-JournalRules.xml" -Value $file.FileData -Encoding Byte
the Export-JournalRuleCollection cmdlet is used to export Exchange 2007 journal rules and store them in a variable. In the second step, the Set-Content cmdlet is used to save exported journal rules from the variable to the Ex2007-JournalRules.xml file in the
C:\MyDocs folder.

Journaling can help your organization respond to legal, regulatory, and organizational compliance requirements by recording inbound and outbound e-mail communications. In an Exchange 2010 organization, all e-mail traffic is routed by the Hub Transport server. All messages traverse at least one Hub Transport server in their lifetime. The Journaling agent is a compliance-focused transport agent that processes messages on Hub Transport servers. All messages sent to or from the journaling recipients you specify in a journaling rule are journaled. If you specify a distribution group as the journaling recipients, all messages sent to and from members of the distribution group are journaled. The journaling mailbox is used for collecting journal reports.

You can specify one journaling mailbox to collect messages for all the journal rules configured in the organization, or you can use different journaling mailboxes for different journal rules or sets of journal rules. A journal report is the message that the Journaling agent generates when a message matches a journal rule and is to be submitted to the journaling mailbox.

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Journal rules are stored in Active Directory and applied by all Hub Transport servers in the Exchange 2010 organization. When you create, modify, or remove a journal rule on a Hub Transport server, the change is replicated to all Active Directory servers in the organization. All Hub Transport servers in the organization then retrieve the updated journal rule configuration from the Active Directory servers and apply the new or modified journal rules.

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange Server 2007 use the same X-headers to specify that a message has already been journaled and also to identify journal reports. An Exchange 2010 Hub Transport server won’t generate a duplicate journal report for a message that’s already been journaled by another Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007 Hub Transport server. Journaling considerations for organizations that contain Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange 2010 servers are covered in Understanding Journaling in a Mixed Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2010 Environment.

Although journaling in Exchange 2010 is similar to journaling in Exchange 2007, there are some differences in the journal rule object. When you install the first Exchange 2010 Hub Transport server in an Exchange 2007 environment, Setup creates a new container for Exchange 2010 journal rules, converts all Exchange 2007 journal rules to the Exchange 2010 format, and stores them in this new container in Active Directory. After Setup completes, the Exchange 2010 journal rule collection is identical to the Exchange 2007 journal rule collection. The same journal rules are applied to messages at the first Hub Transport server that handles the messages, regardless of whether it’s running Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2007.

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