Don’t miss “Troubleshooting DNS for Exchange” session at TechEd

by Bharat Suneja

Another year goes by, and TechEd 2006 is already here! If you’re going to be in Boston next month, as a TechEd attendee you’ll have a long list of sessions to pick from, with more than a few sessions you’re interested in being scheduled at the same time.

I’ve always faced this huge dilemma of choosing which sessions I want to devote my time (definitely a scarcer resource during TechEd) to.

Zenprise architect Sekou Page will be presenting a Birds of a Feather session titled: Troubleshooting DNS for Exchange: Confronting The “Black Box”. Sekou is a principal Exchange knowledge architect at Zenprise, with plenty of infrastructure experience and over 50 Exchange migrations to his credit. He writes a column for Redmond magazine.

If you work with Exchange and DNS, this should be one of the interesting sessions to look forward to at TechEd.

Session Abstract:
Troubleshooting DNS for Exchange: Confronting The “Black Box”
Thursday, June 15, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM
DNS is often considered a “black box”. That is, once configured and working it is hard to figure out why it “breaks” or what might be wrong in a deployment where the service should be fully functional. The focus of this session is – how to troubleshoot DNS issues as they relate to email – specifically, Microsoft Exchange. This session will share in a group discussion on DNS and the core components of DNS and the approaches one should take when troubleshooting specific classes of issues: including connectivity, zone integrity, performance, Active Directory DNS and name resolution. So, by thoroughly understanding the different classes of DNS issues and the troubleshooting process required to approach a specific type of issue, DNS will no longer be considered the “black box” it once was.
Session Type(s): Birds of a Feather

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