Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 TechNet Virtual labs

Experiment with the newest features and familiarize yourself with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 in a free, online virtual environment.

TechNet Virtual labs are simple—no complex setup or installation is required. You need to sign up (did I mention it’s free?) with your passport account, and after you do that you will gain access to the online labs. The labs themselves are based on pre-configured virtual machines, so there are no hardware or software pre-requisites, and no installation to perform.

The Office Communications Server 2007 topics of the newest Virtual labs are:

  • Deploying and configuring
  • Configuring and using conferencing
  • Using management and troubleshooting tools
  • Compliance and archiving

There is also a new Exchange Server 2007 Virtual lab on configuring the Unified Messaging Server. In relation to the Exchange virtual labs you should also look at my “TechNet Exchange Virtual Labs” article.

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