Recently I announced the availability of my first Pluralsight course in the exam 70-345 series. Now I’m pleased to announce that the second course, Designing and Deploying Exchange 2016 (70-345) Client Access is also available.
If you’re currently unconvinced of the value of Exchange 2016 certification, considering the trend towards Office 365, I encourage you to read my previous post on the topic which explains why I think on-premises Exchange certificate is still worth pursuing even in this cloud-first world.
This new course runs for about 3 1/2 hours, and contains the following modules:
- Module 1 – Course Introduction
- Module 2 – Planning Client Access Services
- Module 3 – Configuring Client Access Services
- Module 4 – Load Balancing
- Module 5 – Mobility
- Module 6 – Troubleshooting
- Module 7 – Address Books
- Module 8 – Office Online Server
There’s a lot of important information contained in this course, especially for namespace and certificate requirements which I still see a lot of customers making mistakes with. The modules align fairly closely with the exam objectives, but still take a real world approach. You’ll definitely learn more than “just enough to pass the test”.
If you’re an existing Pluralsight subscriber you can access the course right now.
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