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- Lync Jump Start Series (1 and 2)
Lync Server 2010 Advanced Design and Deployment Training
Minimum of 2 years on-the-job experience designing and deploying Lync Server 2010/Office Communications Server 2007 with an emphasis on voice deployments.
| Exam Topics Covered |
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. This is not an exhaustive list of skills and topics that could be included on the exam for a given skill area. You may be tested on other skills and topics related to the objective that are not explicitly listed here.
| Audience Profile |
Individuals working in this domain may include consultants, support engineers, telephony engineers or administrators working independently or for various types of organizations. These individuals use knowledge of their or their customer’s IT environment and business objectives to design and implement appropriate solutions to customer problems. They are also competent at troubleshooting, root-cause analysis and knowledge transfer. These individuals would typically take the role of design, implementation or support engineer for Lync Server projects. These individuals will typically mentor and support junior engineers within their organization and in turn would benefit from being supported and mentored by SMEs such as Microsoft Certified Masters.
- At least one year of previous hands-on Lync Server experience designing, installing, configuring and supporting across all workloads, with an emphasis on voice and video, in small and mid-size enterprise deployments.
- Functional understanding of Lync Server architecture and design including designs that feature multiple locations/pools, all Lync workloads and requirements for high availability.
- Candidates new to Lync/OCS should complete formal training in 10533AD Deploying, Configuring and Administering Microsoft Lync Server 2010 and10534AD Planning and Designing a Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Solution.
- It is also recommended for candidates to have passed both the TS and PRO Exams (100/200 level).
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