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Wednesday, May 24, 2006


Don't miss "Troubleshooting DNS for Exchange" session at TechEd

Posted by Bharat Suneja at 7:37 PM
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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