Richard Luckett ; Bharat Suneja ; William Lefkovics's The Complete Reference PDF

By Richard Luckett ; Bharat Suneja ; William Lefkovics

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ISBN-13: 9780071594899

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Paradigm Shift in Management The PowerShell engine (previously MONAD) was the brainchild of Jeffrey Snover, who is the Windows PowerShell Architect. There are five key design concepts behind the PowerShell with one goal. The goal is essentially to build an intuitive shell that empowers administrators at any skill level. “Administrators” is the key word. The five characteristics that are consistent throughout PowerShell are that it is: • Interactive • Composable • Programmatic PART PART II domains and therefore required a number of TCP/IP ports to be opened on the internal firewall.

It was also the first version of Exchange Server to depend on Active Directory Services and Internet Information Services (IIS) for both transport and client protocol support. The separation of the storage engine from the Internet client services was the foundation for the front-end/back-end architecture that defined Exchange Server 2000 and 2003. Exchange Server 2007 does not change the messaging transport, but it does replace the front-end/back-end architecture with a set of predefined server roles that administrators can deploy into a variety of supported topologies (see Table 1-2).

Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 In the writing of this book we have taken much care to incorporate Service Pack 1 (SP1) features and enhancements. Even to the extent of holding off on the release of the book to make sure that all SP1 updates would be included for your reference. You will find notes on Service Pack 1 in each chapter, and the procedures outlined in this book are based on what you will see when you run the Service Pack 1 version of Exchange Server 2007. That said, here are some excellent reasons to deploy Service Pack 1 as soon as possible in your Exchange 2007 organization.

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