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 More Windows Vista and Microsoft 2007 Server Courseware Added

By Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, Student Computing Services Manager

Several new titles have been released and added to the UNT SkillPort site. These titles are generally for technical support with Microsoft Windows Vista and on the latest Microsoft server releases. The new titles are as follows:

Windows Vista Operating System Training

  • 70-620 TS: Microsoft Windows Vista Client, Configuring
    • Installing Windows Vista
    • Configure Windows Vista Environments
    • Mentoring 70-620 TS: Configuring Windows Vista Client

Microsoft 2007 Servers: SharePoint, Exchange

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: Configuration
    • Preparing the Exchange Server 2007 Infrastructure
    • Installing and Transitioning to Exchange Server 2007
    • Managing Default, Custom, and Public Folders in Exchange Server 2007
    • Connectors, Transport Rules, and Message Compliance in Exchange Server 2007
    • Accessing Exchange Server 2007 Remotely
    • Disaster Recovery with Exchange Server 2007
    • Configuring Outlook 2007 for Exchange Server 2007

As always - if you have any questions or requests regarding computer-based training, contact me at The complete catalog of all UNT computer-based training is found at


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