This course shows how to install and manage Kaspersky Security 6.0 for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. It presents basic information on how to implement an anti-virus protection system on the messaging level and provides numerous demonstrations of the practical use of the software.
Chapter 1. General Information
||The chapter discusses the purpose of anti-virus protection software for email systems and their place in the anti-virus protection system of the entire organization. The last section is an overview of Kaspersky Security 6.0 for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
Chapter 2. Getting Started
||The chapter covers the installation, initial configuration and updating of Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Exchange Server
Chapter 3. Managing Protection
||This chapter describes protection modes and anti-virus features of Kaspersky Security
Chapter 4. Notifications, Reports and Logs
||This chapter presents reporting features of Kaspersky Security: notifications, reports, logs and performance counters. Additionally it includes advanced reaction to virus outbreaks
The course includes two sorts of learning materials. The theoretical part is a presentation, which explains the principles and best practices of Kaspersky Security usage. The practical part shows how to perform various common tasks in Kaspersky Security. You can experience the practical part as a demonstration or as an interactive tutorial. Both theory and practice are voiced.
This course requires that students have some practical experience of using Microsoft Exchange and administering of Microsoft Windows computers. Knowledge of common computer and networking terms, including Internet and emails are also required.
To fully experience this training you need the following:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later
- Flash Player 8 or later
- Sound card, speakers or a headphones for listening to voice-over
- Minimum display resolution 1024×768 (1280×960 is recommended)
If your display resolution is less than 1280×960, we recommend using the Low Resolution Version.
NB: If access to the course is granted, but flash movies are not downloaded
properly, please ensure that outbound TCP connections to the port 8080 are
not blocked by any kind of Firewall (local or on the gateway).