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Microsoft Exchange

Subject : it-skills
  • Answer 13 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. A group of up to 16 Exchange 2010 Mailbox servers that hosts a set of replicated databases.

2. A solution that provides service availability - data availability - and automatic recovery from failures that affect the service or data (such as a network - storage - or server failure).

3. A passive mailbox database copy that has a log replay lag time greater than zero.

4. The name of a unified high availability and site resilience solution in Exchange 2010.

5. A transport server feature that provides redundancy for messages for the entire time they are in transit.

6. The ability of a single Exchange 2010 mailbox database to be replicated to and mounted on other Exchange 2010 Mailbox servers.

7. A mailbox database (.edb file and logs) - which is either active or passive.

8. The ability to deploy high availability and site resilience after Exchange 2010 is installed.

9. Any process used to manually recover from a failure. This can be a failure that affects a single item - or it can be a failure that affects an entire physical location.

10. A manual disaster recovery process used to recover from a complete site failure. You can configure your messaging solution for high availability and enable site resilience using the built-in features and functionality in Exchange 2010.

11. An Exchange-provided technology that enables use of third-party synchronous replication for a database availability group instead of continuous replication.

12. Short for switchovers and failovers. A switchover is a manual activation of one or more databases. A failover is an automatic activation of one or more databases after a failure.

13. A new service that provides a MAPI endpoint for Microsoft Outlook clients.