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Certification Microsoft Certified Professional
Exam Code 70-336
Title Core Solutions of Microsoft Lync Server 2013
No Of Questions 256
Last Updated July 14,2020
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Exam 70-336
Core Solutions of Microsoft Lync Server 2013

Audiences: IT professionals
Technology Microsoft Lync Server 2013
Credit toward certification: MCP, MCSE

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Plan and design a Lync topology (25–30%)
Plan Lync site topology
Evaluate user distribution for central and branch site design; analyze business requirements for Persistent Chat ethical boundaries or room design; associate workloads to business requirements; analyze business requirements and plan Lync physical architecture; analyze capacity requirements and plan Lync physical architecture; analyze and design Lync SIP domains
Plan Lync Server support infrastructure
Define certificate requirements for internal servers; analyze and design load balancing, DNS, SQL, filestore, and Lync to support IPv6
Plan Lync servers
Define collocation of server roles; analyze hardware requirements; determine storage requirements for archiving and monitoring; determine OS version requirements; determine OS dependencies
Design a Lync Server HA/DR solution
Strategy for branch office scenarios, resiliency, SQL mirroring, central site failover; strategy for Persistent Chat; strategy for voice applications
Design Edge Services
Define certificate requirements for remote servers; analyze and design firewall settings, load balancing, DNS, reverse proxy; analyze port requirements

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Topology basics you must know before planning
Planning and deployment for Edge Server with Microsoft Lync Server 2013

Plan and design Lync features (25–30%)
Design conferencing
WAC; coexistence strategy for legacy conferencing; conference access numbers; conferencing regions; conferencing lifecycle; conferencing policies
Design Lync remote and external access
Federation; public IM connectivity; XMPP; mobile push notifications; directors; remote user access
Plan for Lync user experience
Contact list management; client version control; privacy; common area phone hotdesking; Music on Hold; Address Book web search/download
Plan for clients and devices
Lync mobility; phone edition or 3PIP devices; client authentication options; analog devices; Lync users for VDI
Plan migration from previous versions
Migration sequence; decommissioning of old servers; client co-existence; monitoring and archiving; server co-existence; conference migration strategy
Plan end-user training for Lync client features
Enterprise Voice; Persistent Chat; managing a conference; participate in a conference with Lync mobile app, phone edition, Lync web app

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Phase 1: Plan your migration from Lync Server 2010

Deploy and configure Lync (20–25%)
Configure and publish topology
Mediation server collocation; trunks and gateways; Lync roles; multiple media gateway support; add/remove server features; deploy Edge Server
Configure conferencing
PIN policy; regions and conference dial in access numbers; meeting configuration; conference policies
Configure Lync remote and external access
Edge server; XMPP; PIC; federation; reverse proxy
Configure Persistent Chat
Categories and scope; rooms access; server policy; legacy endpoints; add-ins
Deploy and configure clients and devices
Lync client features; client policies; client security options; analog or phone edition/3PIP policies; mobile device policies; Lync users for VDI
Migrate from previous versions of Lync
Consolidate legacy servers to a supported single version; move legacy users; migrate legacy configurations, conferences, and Response Groups or LIS; move CMS or File Share Data
Configure HA/DR
Pool failover; site failover; invoke failover/failback; SQL mirroring, voice resiliency; map user experience to failover scenario

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Publish the topology
Migration from Lync Server 2010 to Lync Server 2013

Manage operations and data resiliency for Lync (25–30%)
Troubleshoot the Lync environment
Enable and collect logs; recover from failed server build; analyze event viewer; enable OCSLogger tracing; enable Best Practice Analyzer; verify name resolution
Manage the Lync environment
Run Lync BPA; enable or move Lync users; configure RBAC; maintain devices within the enterprise; configure Address Book; manage RGS delegated administration
Verify Lync environment health
Interpret Lync 15 monitoring reports and identify potential issues; configure synthetic transactions; test connectivity with Powershell Test Commandlet; configure core reliability and media quality monitoring; verify service health and CMS replication status
Mitigate data loss
Backup and restore application service data; filestore data and contacts; maintain and recover Lync 15 topology and LIS and RTC; recover CMS
Manage monitoring and archiving services
Deploy monitoring reports; configure CDR and quality of experience; Persistent Chat compliance; archiving; archiving with Exchange; archiving policies

Preparation resources
Lync Server 2013 best practices analyzer
Core solutions of Microsoft Lync Server 2013: (11) Disaster recovery