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QUESTION 1

You have an Exchange Server 2013 organization. You create two distribution groups named Group1 and Group2. Group1 and Group2 each contain several hundred users. Group1 contains a user named User1. You need to configure moderation for Group2. The solution must meet the following requirements:

Email sent from the members of Group1 must NOT be moderated unless the sender is User1.

All other email must be moderated by a user named Admin1.

Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

 

A.

Create a transport rule that has the conditions of the sender is User1 and the recipient is Group2.

Configure the transport rule to have an action of Forward the message for approval to Admin1.

B.

Create a transport rule that has the conditions of the sender is User1 and the recipient is Group2.

Configure the transport rule to have an action of Forward the message for approval to Admin1.

C.

Create a transport rule that has a condition of the recipient is Group2. Configure the transport rule to

have an action of Forward the message for approval to Admin1.

D.

Run Set-DistributionGroup Group2 – Moderated By Admin1 – BypassModerationFromSendersOrMembers

Group1 – ModerationEnabled $true.

 

Correct Answer: BC

Explanation:

Moderated Transport

You can require all messages sent to specific recipients be approved by moderators by Using the moderated transport feature in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. You can configure any type of recipient as a moderated recipient, and Exchange will ensure that all messages sent to those recipients go through an approval process. In any type of organization, you may need to restrict access to specific recipients. The most common scenario is the need to control messages sent to large distribution groups. Depending on your organization’s requirements, you may also need to control the messages sent to executive mailboxes or partner contacts. You can use moderated recipients to accomplish these tasks.

Transport Rules

Using Transport rules, you can look for specific conditions in messages that pass through your organization and take action on them.

Transport rules let you apply messaging policies to email messages, secure messages, protect messaging systems, and prevent information leakage.

Many organizations today are required by law, regulatory requirements, or company policies to apply messaging policies that limit the interaction between recipients and senders, both inside and outside the organization. In addition to limiting interactions among individuals, departmental groups inside the organization, and entities outside the organization, some organizations are also subject to the following messaging policy requirements:

Preventing inappropriate content from entering or leaving the organization Filtering confidential organization information

Tracking or archiving copying messages that are sent to or received from specific individuals Redirecting inbound and outbound messages for inspection before delivery Applying disclaimers to messages as they pass through the organization As messages go through the Transport pipeline, the Transport rules agent is invoked. The Transport rules agent is a special Transport agent that processes the Transport rules you create. The Transport rules agent scans the message, and if the message fits the conditions you specify in a Transport rule, it takes the specified action on that message.

NOT A

This means that all email sent to Group2 will be moderated.

NOT D

Unknown option

B

When you configure a recipient for moderation, all messages sent to that recipient are subject to approval by the designated moderators.

Allow the members of the distribution group named Group1 to bypass moderation. Combination of this rule and option C allows for only User1 to be affected by the moderator Admin1 C

Need to create a transport rule that identifies User1.

 

 

QUESTION 2

You have an Exchange Server 2013 organization that contains one server named exl.contoso.com. The server has the Mailbox server role and the Client Access server role installed. You plan to configure users to work from home and to access their email by using the Outlook Anywhere feature. Upon testing the planned configuration, you discover that the users can connect and synchronize email from home, but they cannot execute the following tasks:

 

Set automatic replies for Out of Office.

– Download changes to the offline address book.

– View availability data when scheduling meetings with coworkers.

 

The users can execute these tasks when they work from the office.

You need to ensure that the users can execute the tasks when they work from home. Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)

 

A.

Install a new certificate on exl.contoso.com

B.

Modify the EWS virtual directory.

C.

Create a new Autodiscover virtual directory.

D.

Renew the certificate on exl.contoso.com.

E.

Modify the OAB virtual directory.

 

Correct Answer: BE

Explanation:

NOT  A  D

Not related to a certificate issue

NOT  C

You may create a new Autodiscover site  if your organization has multiple e-mail domains and each requires its own Autodiscover site and corresponding virtual directory, use the New-AutodiscoverVirtualDirectory cmdlet to create a new Autodiscover virtual directory under a new Web site.

Not required in this scenario.

If you were going to create a new Autodiscover site then you would have to delete the old one first.

B

Need to modify the EWS virtual directory in order to create the external URL.

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E

Need to modify the OAB virtual directory to create the External URL

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QUESTION 3

Drag and Drop Question

Your network contains an Active Directory forest. The forest contains a single domain named fabrikam.com. You have an Exchange Server organization that contains four servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.

 

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You plan to enable Outlook Anywhere for all users. You plan to configure the users to connect to the name oa.fabrikam.com. The IP address of oa.fabrikam.com points to EX3. You need to ensure that users on EX2 and EX4 can access their mailbox by using Outlook Anywhere, Which command should you run on EX1 and EX3? (To answer, drag the appropriate cmdlets to the correct servers. Each cmdlet may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.)

 

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Correct Answer:

 

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QUESTION 4

You have an Exchange Server 2013 organization named adatum.com. The organization contains two servers named EX1 and EX2 that are configured as shown in the table.

 

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Both servers are members of a database availability group (DAG). EX1 has the active copy of a database named Database1. Several users who have mailboxes in Database1 discover that all of their outbound email messages remain in their Drafts folder when they use Outlook Web App. You need to ensure that the email messages are delivered. What should you do?

 

A.

On EX2, retry the message queues.

B.

On EX1, start the Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Transport Submission service.

C.

On EX2, start the Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Transport Submission service.

D.

On EX1, retry the message queues.

 

Correct Answer: B

Explanation:

In Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, mail flow occurs through the transport pipeline. The transport pipeline is a collection of services, connections, components, and queues that work together to route all messages to the categorizer in the Transport service on a Mailbox server inside the organization.

 

 

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The Transport service on a Mailbox server

Every message that’s sent or received in an Exchange 2013 organization must be categorized in the Transport service on a Mailbox server before it can be routed and delivered. After a message has been categorized, it’s put in a delivery queue for delivery to the destination mailbox database, the destination database availability group (DAG), Active Directory site, or Active Directory forest, or to the destination domain outside the organization.

The Transport service on a Mailbox server consists of the following components and processes:

SMTP Receive When messages are received by the Transport service, message content inspection is performed, transport rules are applied, and anti-spam and anti-malware inspection is performed if they are enabled. The SMTP session has a series of events that work together in a specific order to validate the contents of a message before it’s accepted. After a message has passed completely through SMTP Receive and isn’t rejected by receive events, or by an anti-spam and anti-malware agent, it’s put in the Submission queue.

Submission Submission is the process of putting messages into the Submission queue. The categorizer picks up one message at a time for categorization. Submission happens in three ways:

Through an SMTP Receive connector.

Through the Pickup directory or the Replay directory. These directories exist on the Mailbox server. Correctly formatted message files that are copied into the Pickup directory or the Replay directory are put directly into the Submission queue.

Through a transport agent.

Categorizer The categorizer picks up one message at a time from the Submission queue. The categorizer completes the following steps:

Recipient resolution, which includes top-level addressing, expansion, and bifurcation.

Routing resolution.

Content conversion.

Additionally, mail flow rules that are defined by the organization are applied. After messages have been categorized, they’re put into a delivery queue that’s based on the destination of the message. Messages are queued by the destination mailbox database, DAG, Active Directory site, Active Directory forest or external domain.

SMTP Send How messages are routed from the Transport service depends on the location of the message recipients relative to the Mailbox server where categorization occurred. The message could be routed to the Mailbox Transport service on the same Mailbox server, the Mailbox Transport service on a different Mailbox server that’s part of the same DAG, the Transport service on a Mailbox server in a different DAG, Active Directory site, or Active Directory forest, or to the Front End Transport service on a Client Access server for delivery to the Internet.

Retry a Message Queue

When a transport server can’t connect to the next hop, the delivery queue is put in a status of Retry. When you retry a delivery queue by using Queue Viewer or the Shell, you force an immediate connection attempt and override the next scheduled retry time. If the connection isn’t successful, the retry interval timer is reset. The delivery queue must be in a status of

Retry for this action to have any effect.

Use Queue Viewer in the Exchange Toolbox to retry a queue Click Start > All Programs > Microsoft Exchange 2013 > Exchange Toolbox.

In the Mail flow tools section, double-click Queue Viewer to open the tool in a new window. In Queue Viewer, click the Queues tab. A list of all queues on the server to which you’re connected is displayed.

Click Create Filter, and enter your filter expression as follows:

Select Status from the queue property drop-down list.

Select Equals from the comparison operator drop-down list.

Select Retry from the value drop-down list.

Click Apply Filter. All queues that currently have a Retry status are displayed. Select one or more queues from the list. Right-click, and then select Retry Queue. If the connection attempt is successful, the queue status changes to Active. If no connection can be made, the queue remains in a status of Retry and the next retry time is updated.

Resubmit messages in queues

Resubmitting a queue is similar to retrying a queue, except the messages are sent back to the Submission queue for the categorizer to reprocess. You can resubmit messages that have the following status:

Delivery queues that have the status of Retry. The messages in the queues can’t be in the Suspended state.

Messages in the Unreachable queue that aren’t in the Suspended state.

Messages in the poison message queue.

OWA DRAFTS FOLDER

http://thoughtsofanidlemind.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/exchange-2013-dns-stuck-messages/ OWA clients automatically capture copies of messages as they are being composed and store them in the Drafts folder. When the user issues a sent command, the Mailbox submit agent (running within the Store driver) takes over and processes the outbound message by giving it to either the Transport service running on the same mailbox server or to the Transport server running on another mailbox server. The connection is made via SMTP.

Messages stay in the Drafts folder until they are successfully sent by being processed by the transport service.

At this point, items are moved into the Sent Items folder. OWA 2013 behaves in the same way as OWA 2010 -nothing has changed in the way that messages are held in the Drafts folder until dispatch. What might account for user descriptions of items being “stuck” is when a problem occurs somewhere in the transport pipeline that prevents outbound messages being processed. For instance, items will remain in the Drafts folder if the Store cannot pass them to the transport system. If the transport service is not running on any available server or the mailbox transport service is not running on the mailbox server that hosts the active database for the user’s mailbox, items will stay in the Drafts folder until the services come online and Exchange is able to process outbound items.

NOT A C

Active copy of a database named Database1 (EX1) not on EX2 NOT D

Messages stay in the Drafts folder until they are successfully sent by being processed by the transport service

B

Resubmitting a queue is similar to retrying a queue, except the messages are sent back to the Submission queue for the categorizer to reprocess.

Messages stay in the Drafts folder until they are successfully sent by being processed by the transport service If the transport service is not running on any available server or the mailbox transport service is not running on the mailbox server that hosts the active database for the user’s mailbox, items will stay in the Drafts folder until the services come online and Exchange is able to process outbound items.

 

 

QUESTION 5

Hotspot Question

You have an Exchange Server 2013 organization that contains three servers. The servers are configured as shown in the following table.

 

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All of the servers are part of a database availability group (DAG) named DAG1. The databases are configured as shown in the following table.

 

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All of the databases replicate between all the members of DAG1. You plan to move all mailboxes from DB1 to DB2. You need to ensure that the passive copies of DB1 are in a healthy state before you move the mailboxes. Which command should you run? (To answer, select the appropriate options in the dialog box in the answer area.)

 

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Correct Answer:

 

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Explanation:

SECTION1

NOT Set-MailboxServer

Use the Set-MailboxServer cmdlet to modify attributes on a computer running Microsoft Exchange with the

Mailbox server role installed.

Not required in this scenario.

Set-MailboxDatabase

Use the Set-MailboxDatabase cmdlet to configure a variety of properties for a mailbox database.

EXAMPLE 1

This example sets the length of time that deleted items are retained. If a specific mailbox has its own item retention set, that value is used instead of this value, which is set on the mailbox database. Set-MailboxDatabase “Mailbox Database01” -DeletedItemRetention 7.00:00:00 NOT Set-MailboxDatabaseCopy

Use the Set-MailboxDatabaseCopy cmdlet to configure the properties of a database copy.

EXAMPLE 1

This example configures the replay lag time with a value of 3 days for a copy of the database DB2 hosted on the Mailbox server MBX1.

Set-MailboxDatabaseCopy -Identity DB2MBX1 -ReplayLagTime 3.0:0:0 EXAMPLE 2

This example configures an activation preference of 3 for the copy of the database DB1 hosted on the Mailbox server MBX2.

Set-MailboxDatabaseCopy -Identity DB1MBX2 -ActivationPreference 3 NOT Set-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup

Use the Set-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup cmdlet to configure some of the properties of a database availability group (DAG). The Set-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup cmdlet enables you to manage DAG properties that can’t be managed from the Exchange Management Console, such as enabling and disabling cross-site RPC client access, configuring network discovery, selecting the TCP port used for replication, and enabling datacenter activation coordination (DAC) mode.

SECTION2

Need to identify the name of the mailbox database. (DB1) SECTION3

The DataMoveReplicationConstraint parameter specifies the throttling behavior for high availability mailbox moves. The possible values include:

None Moves shouldn’t be throttled to ensure high availability. Use this setting if the database isn’t part of a database availability group (DAG).

SecondCopy At least one passive mailbox database copy must have the most recent changes synchronized.

This is the default value. Use this setting to indicate that the database is replicated to one or more mailbox database copies.

SecondDatacenter At least one passive mailbox database copy in another Active Directory site must have the most recent changes replicated. Use this setting to indicate that the database is replicated to database copies in multiple Active Directory sites. AllDatacenters At least one passive mailbox database copy in each Active Directory site must have the most recent changes replicated. Use this setting to indicate that the database is replicated to database copies in multiple Active Directory sites.

AllCopies All copies of the database must have the most recent changes replicated. Use this setting to indicate that the database is replicated to one or more mailbox database copies. The database is replicated to database copies in multiple Active Directory sites so eliminate SecondCopy.

Unsure of why -AllDatacenters is the final choice but there are 3 Active Directory sites in this scenario.

 

 

QUESTION 6

Drag and Drop Question

Your network contains an internal network and a perimeter network. You have an Exchange Server 2010 organization that contains an Edge Transport server named EX3. You plan to upgrade the organization to Exchange Server 2013. You plan to replace EX3 and its functionalities with a new server named EX6 that has Exchange Server 2013 installed. EX6 will be used to send all email messages to and receive all email messages from the Internet and to filter spam. You need to recommend which steps are required to install EX6. EX6 must have the least number of Exchange Server roles installed. Which three actions should you recommend performing on EX6 in sequence?

(To answer, move the appropriate three actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)

 

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Correct Answer:

 

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Explanation:

Run the following command to install the Anti-Spame Agents &

$env:ExchangeInstallPathScriptsInstall-AntiSpamAgents.ps1

Run the Restart-Service

MSExchange Transport command

Need to run this command

Once the Install-AntiSpamAgents.ps1 script has run, if the anti-spam agents were successfully installed then exchange will ask you to restart the Microsoft Exchange Transport service. Use the Restart-Service MSExchange Transport command to do this.

Run the Update-MalwareFilteringServer.ps1 script.

Malware not mentioned in this scenario. No need to run. In order to retrieve a Microsoft engine update when you did not enable the antimalware feature on install or had it enabled but subsequently disabled it via the “Disable-AntimalwareScanning.ps1” script you will need to execute the script below which will initiate a Microsoft engine update:

Update-MalwareFilteringServer.ps1 -identity %ServerName% Answer Options

Install the Client Access server role or the Mailbox server role first EX6 will be used to send all email messages to and receive all email messages from the Internet and to filter spam.

An organization must have at least one Mailbox role and at least one Client Access server role installed.

CAS Exchange role does 3 things and only those things:

1. The CAS authenticates the connection made by the user so that it can determine who is trying to connect.

2. Once authenticated it will locate the user’s mailbox and find out on which mailbox server that mailbox is currently active

3. It then proxies the connection from that user to his or hers mailbox on the mailbox server and maintains that connection or redirects it to the appropriate CAS server.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124778(v=exchg.150).aspx

Each organization requires at a minimum one Client Access server and one Mailbox server in the Active Directory forest. Additionally, each Active Directory site that contains a Mailbox server must also contain at least one Client Access server.

If you’re separating your server roles, we recommend installing the Mailbox server role first. In the context of the question given that we have only 3 choices and the anti-spam installation will take up 2 of these choices , the Client Access Server is the server that sends all messages to and from the internet, therefore we need to install a Client Access server Then Install-AntiSpamAgents.ps1 as the anti-spam agents are required in this scenario Then run the Restart-Service MSExchange Transport command as required after the install-AntiSpamAgents.ps1 has been run

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