Exchange Server's Client Access: Server Administration

St. Cyr, Ken
May 2011
Windows IT Pro;May2011, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p53
The article presents the last part of a five-part series on the Microsoft Exchange Server Client Access role. It discusses Client Access server administration, including what to monitor on a regular basis to ensure that the organization's Client Access servers are operating at optimum health and what to do when things go wrong. It details the three basic tasks of Client Access' administration which include managing settings, monitoring servers' performance and diagnostics, and troubleshooting.


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