Planning for High Availability Implementation

These questions are based on 70-238 – Pro: Deploying Messaging Solutions With Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.


Objective: Planning for High Availability Implementation
Sub-Objective: Plan a backup solution implementation


Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You are a messaging professional for GeoTrek Corporation. The company has been successfully using an Exchange 2007 messaging system for six months. You need to configure transport rules to journal all e-mail messages routed to and from your company to comply with new federal laws.


In which node under the Exchange Management Console tree should you configure the transport rules to achieve this objective?



  1. Organization Configuration.
  2. Server Configuration.
  3. Recipient Configuration.
  4. Toolbox.

Answer:
A. Organization Configuration.


Tutorial:
You should configure transport rules in the Organization Configuration node under the Exchange Management Console tree to implement journaling in your company. The Exchange Management Console tree provides a hierarchical view of the Exchange organization and servers. The Organization Configuration node contains Exchange objects that have an organizational scope. To configure journaling in this scenario, you should click the New Journal Rule link in the Actions pane and follow the instructions in the wizard.


You cannot configure transport rules in the Server Configuration node under the Exchange Management Console tree to implement journaling in your organization. The Server Configuration node contains a list of Exchange servers within your organization, but it does not provide an option to configure journaling. You can configure journaling only in the Organization Configuration node under the Exchange Management Console tree when using the Exchange Management Console. The Action pane in the Server Configuration node provides access to different administrative tasks based on the Exchange 2007 server roles installed in your organization. 


You cannot configure transport rules in the Recipient Configuration node under the Exchange Management Console tree to implement journaling in your organization. The Recipient Configuration node contains a list of recipient objects. You can use this node to manage recipient objects by using an action from the Action pane or by right-clicking a recipient in the Results pane. The Recipient Configuration node does not provide an option to configure journaling.


You cannot use the Toolbox node under the Exchange Management Console tree to implement journaling in your organization. The Toolbox provides access to several tools required for configuration management, disaster recovery, mail flow and performance monitoring. The Toolbox node does not provide an option to configure journaling.


Reference:
Microsoft TechNet > Using the Organization Configuration Node


Microsoft TechNet > Overview of Journaling

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