All the benefits of Exchange Server on-premises in the cloud! Office 365 Exchange Online: Administration and Configuration Overview The Office 365 Exchange Online: Administration and Configuration WorkshopPLUS course provides students with the knowledge and skills to migrate users from Exchange Server on-premises to Exchange Online. Additionally, the workshop teaches students how to perform Exchange administration and management tasks with the Exchange Online interface. The workshop introduces new features available in Exchange Online and includes various hands-on labs that simulate managing Exchange Online in a daily work environment. The workshop contains Level 300 content. Please review the Target Audience information and contact your Microsoft Services representative to ensure that this workshop is appropriate to the student’s experience and technical expertise. WorkshopPLUS Benefits Incoming Assessment to baseline knowledge. It is important for students to get feedback on how much they have learned during the WorkshopPLUS course. To accomplish that end, the Incoming Assessment measures what students know at the beginning of the course. This 25-question assessment was developed by a team of subject matter experts at Microsoft. Outgoing Assessment to measure knowledge transfer. Students like to know how much they learned as a result of the training. At the end of the WorkshopPLUS course, students compare their Incoming and Outgoing results. In addition, the instructor reviews the questions and discusses the answers in detail to ensure that students understand the concepts. (Note: Individual results of the Incoming and Outgoing Assessment are not provided to management.) Action Planning Exercises to take workshop-acquired knowledge and apply them to the workplace. Applying new knowledge in the real world is key to getting the most value out of your training budget. The purpose of the Action Planning Exercises is to identify key problems or proactive opportunities in your workplace — and then to use the skills For more information about Consulting and Support solutions from Microsoft, contact your Microsoft Services representative or visit www.microsoft.com/services learned in this course to develop real-world action plans. Technical Highlights After completing this course, students will understand: Microsoft Online Services, including Office 365 Exchange Online management tools Exchange Online features Exchange Online simple migration options Identity Federation and Directory Synchronization Hybrid deployment and Exchange Federation Forefront Online Protection for Exchange Target Audience This workshop is intended for Exchange Server administrators who work with Exchange Server and require knowledge about using Exchange Online as their hosted messaging solution. To ensure the high-quality knowledge transfer expected by the attendees of this three-day workshop, class size is limited to a maximum of 16 students who meet the following criteria: Current on-premises Exchange administrators Microsoft Certified System Engineers or those with similar experience simple Exchange migration, staged simple Exchange migration, and simple data migration. Module 5: Identity and Authentication Management. This module describes Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) and how to use the Directory Synchronization tool to synchronize the Exchange on-premises organization to the Exchange Online organization. Module 6: Hybrid Deployment and Exchange Federation. This module describes how to create coexistent Exchange onpremises and Exchange Online organizations, which includes configuring Exchange Federation and organization relationships. Module 7: Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange. This module describes how to secure the Exchange organization by using Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) and common FOPE mail flow scenarios. Outgoing Assessment. Students complete the quiz again and compare Incoming and Outgoing results to measure knowledge transfer and to discuss the questions. Action Planning Exercises. Students develop Action Plans to improve real-world situations and/or implement proactive measures. Syllabus This workshop runs a full three days. Students should anticipate consistent start and end times for each day. Early departure on any day is not recommended. Incoming Assessment. Students take a 25-question quiz that measures their baseline knowledge. Module 1: Introduction to Microsoft Office 365 and Exchange Online. This module introduces Microsoft Online Services, most notably, Office 365, and describes the benefits of Exchange Online. Module 2: Microsoft Exchange Online Management. This module describes the tools you use to manage Exchange Online. These tools include the Exchange Management Console and the Microsoft Online Portal. Additionally, you will learn how to perform a variety of management tasks such as managing users and assigning licenses. Module 3: Microsoft Exchange Online Features. This module describes how to use features such as item recovery, transport rules, auditing, and legal hold from within the online environment. Module 4: Microsoft Exchange Online Simple Migration Options. This module describes three methods for migrating your Exchange on-premises organization to Exchange Online: This data sheet is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY. This workshop is just one of many available from Microsoft Services. For more information, contact your Technical Account Manager or Services representative.