Are you prepared for outages that affect e-mail service or data availability? Have you defined recovery strategies and procedures for disasters big and small? In this webcast, we cover the recommended strategies for protecting Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 messaging service and data, with an emphasis on the ultimate disaster: a full site failure. Join us as we dive deep into standby continuous replication (SCR), which was designed with these disasters in mind.
Presenter: Scott Schnoll, Principal Technical Writer, Microsoft Corporation
Are you digging out your backups every time there is a failure? Are you paying a lot for hardware replication that promises zero data loss? Join us in this webcast to learn about the advantages of cluster continuous replication (CCR) over other high availability solutions and get a deep dive into CCR internals.
Presenter: Ayla Kol, Program Manager II, Microsoft Corporation
At last I think I have cracked it so I can download these TechNet Webcasts as a video podcast to my Zune!
Will post more as I get round to it, but here is the first one! .. Enjoy .. the RSS is: http://blogs.flaphead.dns2go.com/rss.aspx?Tags=BlogCast&AndTags=1
TechNet Webcast: 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 08 of 24): Introduction to Windows PowerShell (Level 200)
Original Air Date: February 14, 2007
In this installment of our 24-hour learning series on Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, we explore the new command-line interface, Windows PowerShell. Over the course of the next two sessions, we examine Windows PowerShell and provide examples of how to use it to manage Exchange Server 2007. We describe the new interface, outline the concepts behind it, and illustrate the language Windows PowerShell uses for scripting. Attend this presentation to learn more about operators, conditions, and other scripting techniques for building your first cmdlets, single-feature command-line tools used to manipulate objects in Windows PowerShell. To complete the homework that is associated with this webcast series, you can register and attend the live Labcast Series, or you can register for a self-paced Virtual Lab
Okay here is a second attempt at getting TechNet Webcasts up with the video
In this presentation, we give you an idea of what Unified Messaging (UM) is with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. We answer questions like how is it different from other UM solutions? What are the components in a real-life UM implementation? We introduce the components and describe their functions in the system. We tell you how you can test it today, set up a test environment, or even set up a demo/proof of concept (POC). We explain how UM is also a fax solution. Join this session to learn more about what you need to do to provide inbound fax for your company with UM.
Okay let me give this a go. I know I can get the wma or mp3 for this, but I want the video as a video podcast
In this session, we talk about disaster recovery in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. We discuss how you can plan for disaster recovery by understanding what can go wrong with your Exchange Server-based servers and the information they store and handle. We look at server roles, what each server role does, and what will happen to your Exchange Server organization when a server role fails. When a disaster occurs, you need to get the server up and running as quickly as possible, so during the session, we also look at the tools and recovery solutions available.