Microsoft Lync Server 2013

Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Online Courses


 

2KO Africa's 70-336: Core Solutions of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 course in South Africa provides the knowledge and skills to translate business requirements into technical architecture and design for a UC solution. This course is intended for IT consultants and telecommunications consulting professionals who design, plan, deploy, and maintain solutions for unified communications (UC). 2KO South Africa also offers online courses to our international and local students. 2KO Africa is a network of companies that offers a substantial series of computer courses across the entire African region, and is a leading, international provider of certified online IT training, to ensure the best Lync Server 2013 certification training in South Africa.


This course provides the knowledge and understanding for some of these important job functions:

Plan and design a Lync topology

Plan Lync site topology

Plan Lync Server support infrastructure

Plan Lync servers

Design a Lync Server HA/DR solution

Design Edge Services

 

Plan and design Lync features

Design conferencing

Design Lync remote and external access

Plan for Lync user experience

Plan for clients and devices

Plan migration from previous versions

Plan end-user training for Lync client features

 

Deploy and configure Lync

Configure and publish topology

Configure conferencing

Configure Lync remote and external access

Configure Persistent Chat

Deploy and configure clients and devices

Migrate from previous versions of Lync

Configure HA/DR

 

Manage operations and data resiliency for Lync

Troubleshoot the Lync environment

Manage the Lync environment

Verify Lync environment health

Mitigate data loss

Manage monitoring and archiving services

We create the highest quality course curriculum possible, ensuring you receive the training and knowledge needed to succeed. 

 

Course Curriculum

 

Module 1

Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Overview

What is Lync Server 2013?

General Features of Lync Server 2013

Lync Server Editions

Lync Server Roles

Lync Server Administrative and Management Tools

Lync Server Clients

Client Desktop and Laptop Compatibility

Lync Server Web Browser Support

Office and Exchange Integration

Lync Server Client Demonstration

Remote Connectivity Testing

Module 1 Review Questions

 

Module 2

What is New in Lync 2013?

Lync Client Features

Lync Server Features

Lync Communication Devices and Video/Audio Support Features

Lync Architecture Components

Lync Messaging Features

Lync Collaboration and Meeting Features

Lync Manageability and Archiving Features

Lync Server Prerequisites Installation

Module 2 Review Questions

 

Module 3

Planning and Designing a Lync Server 2013 Topology

Designing Lync Server Sites

Designing Lync Server Site Topologies

Designing Lync Sever Roles

Lync Server Design Example

Server and Client Hardware Requirements

Designing Lync Server Roles and Pooling

Configuring DNS and DHCP

Designing for Certificates

Network Bandwidth Requirements

Lync Server Planning Tools

Lync Server Planning Tool Demonstration

Capacity Calculator Tool Demonstration

On-Premises - Hybrid and Lync Online Modes

Module 3 Review Questions

 

Module 4

Planning and Designing Lync Server 2013 Features

Designing Lynch Server Conferencing

Remote and External Access

User Experience

Clients and Device Planning

Planning Lync Telephony Clients and Device

Normalization Rules

Planning Migrations

.chm Help File

Configuring DNS and AD for Lync Server

Module 4 Review Questions

 

Module 5

Managing and Operating Lync Server 2013

Managing Lync Infrastructure

Communications Protocols

New Communications in Lync

Troubleshooting the Lync Infrastructure

Secure Communications

PKI/TLS Certificates

Key Lync Protocols

Troubleshooting Protocol Tools

High Availability and Disaster Recovery Troubleshooting

Best Practices Analyzer Tool

Lync Server Management Shell

Office 365 Overview

Module 5 Review Questions

Course Review