This training offered by Microtek Learning covers three key components of the Microsoft 365 enterprise administration- Microsoft 365 identity management, Office 365 management, and Microsoft 365 tenant and service management. The course follows as such: in Microsoft 365 tenant and service management, students will learn how to assess the key elements when designing a Microsoft 365 tenant. Once you complete the planning phase, you will learn the configuration of your Microsoft 365 tenant, including component services, tenant subscription options, security groups, user accounts, licenses, and your organizational profile. After this, you will learn how to manage your Microsoft 365 tenant, including configuring tenant roles and managing your tenant services and health.
After you have designed your Microsoft 365 tenant, you will explore the key elements of Office 365 management. The training will begin with an overview of the functionalities of Office 365, including Microsoft Teams, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online, device management, and product functionality. You will then learn how to configure Office 365 focusing on configuring Office 365 connectivity to Office clients. Finally, students will learn how to manage deployments in Office 365 ProPlus, from user-driven client installations to deployments in Office 365 ProPlus. Wrapping up this section, you will also learn the configuration of Microsoft Analytics and Office Telemetry. The training will conclude with a detailed and thorough exam of Microsoft 365 identity synchronization focusing on Azure Active Directory Connect. Students will learn about using multi-factor authentication to implement password management in Microsoft 365, how to plan and implement Azure AD Connect, use self-service password management, and manage synchronized identities.
This section of the training will wrap up with a comprehensive look at the implementation of external access and application. Students will also learn how to implement and manage Azure Active Directory applications, including the configuration of multi-tenant applications. You will then assess the configuration of Azure AD Application Proxy, including the installation and registration of a connector and publishing an on-premise application for remote access. Finally, students will also examine the design implementation and management of solutions for external access. This includes troubleshooting a B2B collaboration, creating a collaborative user, and licensing guidance for Azure AD B2B collaboration.
This training is based on the objectives of the course variant MS-100T00-A.
The ideal candidates must have passed role-based administrator course such as Teamwork, Security, Messaging, and Collaboration or Compliance. Understanding of DNS and basic functional experience with Microsoft 365 services is a great advantage. The candidates are expected to have some experience in managing general IT practices.