Microsoft Lync Server 2010—Advanced Design and Deployment

Code: 74-322

Exam 74-322 - Microsoft Lync Server 2010—Advanced Design and Deployment

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Design, deploy, and maintain Lync Server infrastructure (20–25%)

  • Identify infrastructure dependencies for a Lync Server 2010 environment
  • Given a set of customer requirements, determine an appropriate topology, server placement, and scaling
  • Explain the role of Edge services in media path establishment
  • Given a scenario, determine which user policy is appropriate
  • Compare and contrast the use of different policy scopes
  • Given a set of role memberships, predict management capabilities
  • Given a set of customer requirements, determine an appropriate backup and recovery strategy

Preparation resources

  • Supported Active Directory topologies
  • Deploying Edge Servers
  • Establishing a backup and restoration strategy

Design and deploy conferencing and video(5–10%)

  • Given a customer requirement, determine an appropriate conferencing topology
  • Given customer requirements, determine video bandwidth demands
  • Given a scenario including third party systems, compare and contrast available video conferencing features and integration approaches

Preparation resources

  • Planning for conferencing
  • Features and functionality of web conferencing and A/V conferencing
  • Media traffic network usage

Design voice(35–40%)

  • Given a scenario, identify the default codecs used
  • Given a usage profile, determine capacity requirements
  • Compare and contrast specific numbering strategies
  • Given a scenario, determine how location is obtained
  • Given a set of requirements, determine emergency services call routing configuration
  • Given customer requirements, determine an appropriate voice application configuration
  • Given a set of requirements, determine an appropriate device provisioning and configuration
  • Given customer requirements, determine an appropriate UM capacity and configuration
  • Given customer requirements, determine an appropriate dial plan for UM and Lync

Preparation resources

  • Planning for Enterprise Voice
  • Capacity planning requirements and recommendations
  • Assessing your topology for Enterprise Voice

Deploy voice(25–30%)

  • Given a dialing behavior scenario, determine an appropriate dial plan
  • Explain the relationships between the components of voice routing
  • Determine an appropriate call routing strategy
  • Identify Quality of Service (QoS) configuration on clients and Lync servers
  • Given a voice call flow, determine the bandwidth requirements
  • Given a network scenario, determine CAC configuration
  • Identify the effect of migration and voice components
  • Given a customer voice environment and requirements, determine an appropriate migration path

Preparation resources

  • Configuring dial plans and normalization rules
  • Configuring voice policies, PSTN usage records, and voice routes
  • Deploying advanced enterprise voice features

Guaranteed to Run

2018-03-07 09:00 to 2018-03-09 17:00
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