Deploying Messaging Solutions With Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

The following are questions from MeasureUp's Practice Test for the Microsoft exam 70-238: Deploying Messaging Solutions with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.

The audience for this exam includes individuals who are responsible for deploying and supporting Exchange Server. Experience using the management tools for Exchange Server, Active Directory and Microsoft Office SharePoint will help you prepare for this exam. By passing exam 70-238, you earn credit toward the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) Enterprise Messaging Administrator certification.

Objective: Plan Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 upgrades and migrations.
Sub-objective: Plan interoperability with Exchange in separate organizations.

Multiple answers, multiple-choice

You are a messaging engineer. Your company has an Exchange Server 2007 organization in the domain. Users all use Outlook 2007 to access their e-mail. Exchange is configured to support scheduling meeting rooms and other resources.

Your company acquires BCD Train. The network at BCD Train is configured as an Active Directory forest with two domains. BCD Train also has an Exchange 2007 organization. Users all use Outlook 2007 to access their e-mail.

The company plans to keep two separate forests at least for the next year. Users in both organizations must have access to global address lists (GALs) for each location and must be able to schedule meeting rooms and resources in either forest. You plan to use Basic authentication over Transport Layer Security (TLS). You need to configure cross-forest connectivity. What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.)



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