This course explores the tools and technologies for integrating Microsoft Azure AD with an existing Windows Server Active Directory environment for same and single sign-on. The student will learn how to use Microsoft Azure AD Connect to synchronize directories as well as when to use synchronization alone vs. deploying ADFS. The student will also learn how to federate ADFS with an Azure AD environment.
In this course, students will learn how to deploy solutions using the Hybrid identity services found in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). Students will first be introduced to the issues with identity in today’s cloud first world. Then there will be a thorough examination of Azure AD features and how it can be used to extend on-premises identities to Azure. Features such as multi-factor authentication and a core understanding of the feature matrix of the free, basic, and premium service tiers will be explored. The students will learn how Password Single-Sign On features and can be leveraged to extend their identities to use SaaS offerings from other providers via the Internet. An introduction to new Preview Features will be covered including AzureAD Domain Services and B2C capabilities. These skills will be reinforced by Hands on Labs that will enable the student to be ready to fully implement all of the features and capabilities taught during the course.
This course gives you an introduction to Microsoft’s Office 365 offering and the core services offered within. This course begins by walking you some of the planning and considering that goes into creating your tenant and will walk you through all the steps of getting your tenant up and running. This course will get you well on your way to earning your MCSA: Office 365. The course outline is heavily geared towards preparing you for the topics covered in Microsoft’s 70-346.
This course provides a very basic introduction to SharePoint Online. Whether you are an IT Professional tasked with managing Office 365 and you need to know the SharePoint basics, or you are a productivity worker who is seeing SharePoint for the first time, this course will give you a broad overview of what SharePoint Online can do. The course will help you understand how to create and organize content by using lists, libraries, and web pages within SharePoint Online. You will also learn how to collaborate with other users by sharing content, working together in groups, and leveraging SharePoint’s search engine to surface content. You’ll get an introduction to SharePoint Designer and learn how to use it to create workflows and bring external data into SharePoint. You will also get an overview the interaction between SharePoint Online other Office 365 features such as OneDrive for Business, Office 365 Groups, portals (such as the Video portal), and Delve.
This course gives you an introduction to managing your Office 365 Clients and end user Devices. This course begins by covering two deployment models for Client and App Deployments, a User-Drive Deployment and an IT Driven Deployment. Once the Deployment is complete we will look at how you can set up and report on Telemetry Data on the client deployments. We will wrap up the course by looking at how to configure the client applications once they have been deployed. This course will get you well on your way to earning your MCSA: Office 365. The course outline is based on the "Managing Client and User Devices" section of Microsoft Exam 70-347.
In this course, students will get an overview of many of the aspects involved in administering a SharePoint Online environment using the SharePoint Online Administration Center and PowerShell. Students will learn how to manage the creation and deletion of site collections; handle site collection settings such as quotas and administrators; control external sharing; manage service applications; control which information is managed in user profiles; and handle the distribution and licensing of apps. Students will also learn advanced site collection administration topics such as how to activate and deactivate features, create site policies, publish content across site collections, and more. Additionally, students will learn how to set up a hybrid environment that connects their local SharePoint environment to Office 365, and will also get an overview of a few of the popular tools available for migrating content from an on-premises SharePoint environment to Office 365.