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New! Exchange Server 2010 Training Course from Train Signal

Just released from the team at Train Signal and certified instructor J. Peter Bruzzese is their new Exchange 2010 Training course. If you want to develop critical workplace skills and experience with Exchange 2010, then this 20+ hour video training course is exactly what you’re looking for.

Train Signal’s Exchange Server 2010 training provides over 20 hours of hands-on instruction applicable to both the novice and experienced professional including:

  • Getting Started with Exchange 2010 (installation, upgrades)
  • Exchange Server Roles
  • Policy Management
  • Permissions
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Monitoring & Reporting

Led by 10-year Exchange veteran and MCSE, MCT, MCSA, MCITP: Messaging, CNA, CCNA, CIW Master, and CIW Certified Instructor, J. Peter Bruzzese, the course covers everything you need to prepare for the MCTS: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Configuring (Exam 70-662) certification.

Be sure to check out the demo and get the full course details on Train Signal’s Exchange Server 2010 Training here.

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