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

QUESTION 181
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010. The Exchange Server environment includes one Client Access server, one Edge Transport server, one Hub Transport server, and one Mailbox server.
Email communication between employees in two specific departments is not permitted.
You need to recommend a solution for ensuring that email messages from employees in either department are never sent to employees in the other department.
What should you recommend?

A.    Create a journal rule.
B.    Create a transport rule on the Hub Transport server.
C.    Create a transport rule on the Edge Transport server.
D.    Configure litigation hold on the mailboxes of the employees in both departments.

Answer: B

Explanation:
Correctly configured transport rules support ethical walls by helping to prevent e-mail messages from being sent between specific groups of recipients within your organization. The most common method of implementing an ethical wall is to make each affected mailbox a member of one of two distribution groups and then configure the transport rule to reject any messages sent between members of those two distribution groups. For transport rules to be applied to e-mail messages, a route must exist that enables the message to enter and leave a server that applies transport rules.

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QUESTION 182
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010 SP1.
You need to recommend a solution for recording which administrators access specific mailboxes.
What should you recommend?

A.    Enable administrator audit logging.
B.    Increase the mailbox logging level.
C.    Enable mailbox audit logging.
D.    Enable object access auditing.

Answer: C
Explanation:
Using mailbox audit logging, you can log mailbox access by mailbox owners, delegates (including administrators with full mailbox access permissions), and administrators.

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Mailboxes are considered to be accessed by an administrator only in the following scenarios:
Discovery search is used to search a mailbox.
The New-MailboxExportRequest cmdlet is used to export a mailbox. Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Editor is used to access the mailbox. When you enable audit logging for a mailbox, you can specify which user actions (for example, accessing, moving, or deleting a message) should be logged for a logon type (administrator, delegate user, or owner). The audit log entries also include important information such as the client IP address, host name, and process or client used to access the mailbox. For items that are moved, the entry includes the name of the destination folder.
There are a few different ways you can look for mailbox audit log entries. The first is a by searching a single mailbox using the Exchange Management Shell – Search-
MailboxAuditLog
Mailbox audit logs can also be searched using the Exchange Control Panel. In the organization management area are a series of different auditing tasks, including mailbox audit log searches:

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QUESTION 183
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010 SP1. Client computers run Microsoft Outlook 2010.
You have the following requirements:

– Minimize the amount of effort required to apply retention tags to email messages.
– Ensure that the solution functions across all folders in a mailbox.

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

A.    Enable AutoTagging for mailboxes.
B.    Implement personal tags for each users mailbox.
C.    Use the Managed Folder Assistant to process mailbox folders.
D.    Modify the retention policy tag by reducing the age limit for retention.

Answer: A
Explanation:
Managed Folder Assistant is the only viable option here since AutoTagging was dropped from SP1 in Exchange 2010

Auto-tagging is a concept introduced to assist administrators to implement retention tags by adding machine learning to automate the application of tags. Unfortunately auto-tagging is a feature that Microsoft has dropped from Exchange 2010 SP1. The reasons why are varied but include poor user and administrator awareness, lack of a GUI to guide people through the intricacies of setting auto-tagging up for a mailbox, and maybe a lack of completeness in terms of the feature itself – or possibly just some bugs. I think auto-tagging is a really good idea and hope that Microsoft will reintroduce it in a future service pack.

The Managed Folder Assistant is a Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Assistant that applies message retention settings configured in retention policies or managed folder mailbox policies. If a mailbox uses a managed folder mailbox policy, it also creates any managed folders and applies managed content settings to them.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123958(v=exchg.141).aspx
http://thoughtsofanidlemind.wordpress.com/2010/08/27/auto-tagging-in-exchange-2010/

QUESTION 184
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010 SP1.
The company plans to implement messaging records management (MRM).
You need to recommend an implementation plan that meets the following requirements:

– Enable users to mark their own messages for retention.
– Delete messages that have no retention value.

What should you recommend?

A.    Apply a default policy tag to each user’s mailbox and use personal tags.
B.    Apply a litigation hold to each users mailbox and configure transport rules.
C.    Apply a litigation hold to each users mailbox and configure Outlook rules.
D.    Apply a default policy tag only to each user’s Inbox and use personal tags.

Answer: A
Explanation:
MRM [Retention Policies uses MRM 2.0 in th ebackground] makes it easier to keep the messages needed to comply with company policy, government regulations, or legal needs, and to remove content that has no legal or business value. This is accomplished through the use of retention policies or managed folders.

Retention policies use retention tags to apply retention settings. You create retention tags, and link them to a retention policy. Mailboxes that have a retention policy applied to them are processed by the Managed Folder Assistant, a mailbox assistant that runs on a schedule and provisions retention tags in mailboxes.

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QUESTION 185
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2007 SP2 and an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain named contoso.com. The Client Access server, cas01.contoso.com, has an SSL certificate. The SSL certificate includes mail.contoso.com and autodiscover.contoso.com. Outlook Anywhere is disabled. Client computers run Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.
After you transition the Exchange Server environment to Exchange Server 2010, Outlook displays a warning message indicating that the SSL certificate is not trusted for connections to cas01.contoso.com.
You need to recommend an approach to resolving the problem.
What should you recommend?

A.    Set the Client Access server AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri property to autodiscover.contoso.com.
B.    Set the Client Access server array FQDN property to mail.contoso.com.
C.    Set the Autodiscover virtual directory ExternalUrl property to autodiscover.contoso.com.
D.    Set the Autodiscover virtual directory InternalUrl property to mail.contoso.com.

Answer: A
Explanation:
Exchange 2010 publishes the AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri in AD as soon as you install the server.

Outlook clients look for this property in AD and poll Autodiscover to check that there settings are correct. You are getting the certificate errors because the clients are seeing the new servers but cannot check their settings.

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To configure the servers run the following:
Set-ClientAccessServer -AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri:
https://CasArrayName.domain.com/
Autodiscover/Autodiscover.xml
Check the AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri with the following command:
Get-ClientAccessServer | ft Identity,AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri

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QUESTION 186
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010. Users access mailboxes by using Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 in Cached Exchange Mode.
You need to recommend a solution for enabling users to access the global address list (GAL) when working offline.
What should you recommend?

A.    Configure public folder distribution of the offline address book.
B.    Configure web-based distribution of the offline address book.
C.    Add the All Users address list to the offline address book.
D.    Modify the offline address book update schedule.

Answer: A
Explanation:
Public folder offline address book distribution is not enabled by default, when you mention that you are not going to have outlook 2003 or earlier clients in your Exchange environment [installation wizard].
In earlier version, like Outlook 2003, Offline address book were downloaded via Public Folders, so If you have Outlook 2003 in your environment, you have to enable Public Folder Distribution.
Starting from Outlook 2007, Outlook downloads Offline Address Book using the OAB Url from the IIS Manager (Web-Based Distribution).

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QUESTION 187
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2010 and client computers that run Microsoft Outlook 2010.
The Exchange Server environment includes public folders.
Specific users must be able to perform the following tasks:

– Create subfolders in the public folder hierarchy
– Delete only items they create in the subfolders

You need to recommend a solution that enables the users to perform the tasks.
What should you recommend?

A.    Assign the users to the Editor role.
B.    Assign the users to the Owner role.
C.    Assign the users to the PublishingEditor role.
D.    Assign the users to the PublishingAuthor role.

Answer: D

QUESTION 188
A corporate environment includes an on-premise deployment of Exchange Server 2010 SP1. The environment is configured as shown in the following table.

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The company plans to move the European employee email accounts to a cloud-based Exchange Server 2010 SP1 service provider.
You have the following requirements:

– Route incoming messages to the appropriate Exchange Server environment.
– Ensure that all employees retain their current email addresses.
– Ensure that MX records do not change.

You need to recommend a solution for meeting the requirements.
What should you recommend?

A.    Configure address rewriting.
Configure send connectors for the on-premise Edge Transport server and the cloud-based servers.
B.    Configure an external relay domain for tailspintoys.com.
Configure send connectors for the on- premise and cloud-based servers.
C.    Configure address rewriting.
Configure send connectors for the on-premise Hub Transport server and the cloud-based servers.
D.    Configure an external relay domain for wingtiptoys.com.
Configure send connectors for the on- premise and cloud-based servers.

Answer: B
Explanation:
Internal Relay – This is used when you share contacts across different mail systems. When this type of accepted domain is configured Exchange Server will receive the mail if there is no mailbox for that address in the Exchange Organisation it will forward it to another server for delivery. This is often refered to as a Shared SMTP Namespace

External Relay – This is used when the Exchange Organisation is responsible for receiving the email but then simply forwards the mail on to another system. In this scenario there would be no mailboxes within the Exchange Organisation for this domain Once you have created an Internal or External Relay domain you need to configure a Send Connector so that Exchange knows where to route the emails for this domain. On the Source Server screen you click the Add button and select from the list a server in your organisation that has the Hub Transport role or select an Edge Subscription.

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So the difference is realy whether email reaches the Mailbox server or it’s just forwards immediately to another organization.

Since all European employees will be moved to the cloud, there is no need to have Shared address space configuration in Amera. Just create an external Relay domain.

External Relay Domains
External Relay domain involves external message routing. For example, take the scenario where the MX records for fabrikam.com are configured to point to the Edge Transport servers within the neilhobson.com Exchange organization. If these Edge Transport servers are configured with an external relay domain for fabrikam.com, messages destined for the fabrikam.com SMTP namespace are accepted by the Edge Transport servers in the neilhobson.com Exchange organization, but are then immediately relayed via a Send connector configured on the Edge Transport servers to the Edge Transport servers responsible for the fabrikam.com Exchange organization.

In other words, the message routing happens externally at the Edge Transport server level rather than at the Hub Transport server level as we saw with internal relay domains.

Internal Relay Domain.
In case of a shared address space you need Internal Relay domain. The accepted domain that’s configured as an internal relay domain first tries to deliver to a recipient in the Exchange organization. If the recipient isn’t found, the message is routed to the Send connector that has the closest address space match.

 

If an organization contains more than one forest and has configured global address list (GAL) synchronization, the SMTP domain for one forest may be configured as an internal relay domain in a second forest. Messages from the Internet that are addressed to recipients in internal relay domains are relayed to the Mailbox servers in the same organization. The receiving Mailbox servers then route the messages to the Mailbox servers in the recipient forest. You configure the SMTP domain as an internal relay domain to make sure that email that’s addressed to that domain is accepted by the Exchange organization. The connector configuration of your organization determines how messages are routed.

To support routing messages for a shared address space, you must create an accepted domain that’s configured as an internal relay domain. When you configure an accepted domain as an internal relay domain, Exchange first tries to deliver to a recipient in the Exchange organization. If the recipient isn’t found, the message is routed to the Send connector that has the closest address space match.

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QUESTION 189
A corporate environment includes Exchange Server 2003 SP2 and an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) forest with two domains. The forest functional level is set to Windows 2000.
The domain functional level of Domain1 is set to Windows 2000 mixed.
The domain functional level of Domain2 is set to Windows 2000 native.
The AD DS infrastructure is shown in the following table.

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The company plans to transition to Exchange Server 2010 SP1. The new infrastructure must
support Windows Server 2003 SP1 domain controllers.
You need to recommend a solution for preparing the existing AD DS infrastructure to support Exchange Server 2010 SP1.
Which two actions should you recommend? (Each correct answer presents part of the solutions.
Choose two.)

A.    Raise the functional level of Domain1 to Windows 2000 native. Raise the functional level of the
forest to Windows Server 2003.
B.    Replace DC3 and DC4 with domain controllers running Windows Server 2008.
C.    Raise the functional level of Domain1 to Windows 2008 R2. Raise the functional level of the forest
to Windows Server 2008.
D.    Replace DC2 and DC4 with domain controllers running Windows Server 2008 R2.

Answer: AB
Explanation:
You can’t use C because if you would want to raise Domain1 functional level to W2008 R2 you would need to have W2008 R2 OS installed.
If the domain controller that you plan to install will be the first that runs Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2 in your domain or forest, you need to prepare the domain before you can install the domain controller. Here we already have DC with 2008 but not with 2008 R2.
To prepare the domain, run Adprep.exe from the installation DVD on your existing domain controller that hosts the infrastructure master role. In Windows Server 2008, Adprep.exe is located in the /Sources/adprep folder of the operating system installation DVD. In Windows Server 2008 R2, Adprep.exe is located in the /Support/adprep folder:
D:\support\adprep\adprep /domainprep /gpprep

Since new infrastructure must support Windows Serve 2003 domain controllers we can’t raise functional levels to 2008.
On the other hand Windows 200 native domain functional level is not supported by Exchange 2010.

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QUESTION 190
A company has an on-premise Exchange Server 2010 SP1 environment and an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. Client computers run Microsoft Office Outlook 2003.
The company plans to migrate mailboxes to a cloud-based Exchange Server 2010 SP1 service.
You need to recommend a solution for ensuring that the global address list (GAL) in the on- premise and cloud-based environments are identical.
What should you recommend?

A.    Synchronize the AD DS directory from the cloud-based environment.
B.    Install and configure the Exchange Online Connector for Office Outlook 2003 in the on-premise
environment.
C.    Install and configure an SMTP connector in the cloud-based environment.
D.    Synchronize the AD DS directory from the on-premise environment.

Answer: D
Explanation:
For Office 365 customers, the Directory Synchronization (DirSync) tool maintains unified GAL between users on-premises and in the cloud.
Dirsync is required to support Single Sign On (SSO) and creates Mail Enabled Users (MEU) in the cloud tenant. Installing Dirsync allows you have a unified Global Address List (GAL) between on-premise and cloud (Office 365). It also allows you to on-board/off-board users to and from Office 365 (this requires a 2 way sync).

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Directory synchronization will occur every 3 hours, but you can force synchronization if required
Navigate to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Online Directory Sync and Double-click DirSyncConfigShell.psc1.
Then run Start-OnlineCoexistenceSync

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