Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements (70-346)



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Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements (70-346)


About This Course

MS Office 365 Identities and Requirements certification exam focuses on the administration of MS Office 365 tenant in a corporate enterprise IT environment. The coursework focuses on several topics and aspects covered in the 70-346 exam including implementing, provisioning and managing features/products of MS Office 365. The primary purpose of this course is to help prepare professionals learn the nitty-gritty for deploying and maintaining MS Office 365 and pass the essential 70-346 exam.

The coursework trains IT professionals in deploying, planning, evaluating and operating MS Office 365 services such as its supporting technologies, requirements and dependencies.


Who Should Attend This Course

Professionals apt for the 70-346 exam are IT people involved in deploying, planning, evaluating and operating MS Office 365 services like its requirements, supporting tech and dependencies.

Professionals enrolling for this course should have some experience with MS Office 365 Admin Center, MS Exchange, SharePoint Online, Skype, Azure Active Directory, etc. This includes understanding of configuration options, service descriptions, identity management, etc.

Job functions include:

  • Software engineering
  • Web programming
  • Project management
  • Systems architecture

Why This Course

Microsoft Office 365 Identities and Requirements certification exam aims on the administration of MS Office 365 tenant. The coursework emphasizes on topics covered in the 70-346 exam including implementing, provisioning and managing features/products of Microsoft Office 365. The aim of this course is to help professionals learn to deploy and maintain MS Office 365 and pass the 70-346 examination.

After completing this course successfully, achieve the following:

  • Prepare for 70-346 exam
  • Provision Microsoft Office 365
  • Implement and plan security and networking in MS Office 365
  • Manage cloud identities
  • Manage and implement identities with the help of Azure AD Connect
  • Manage and implement Federated Identities for (SSO) Single Sign-on
  • Troubleshoot and manage Microsoft Office 365 usage and availability

Course Objectives
  • Provision Office 365
  • Plan/implement security and networking in MS Office 365
  • Manage cloud identities
  • Manage identities using Azure AD Connect
  • Manage federated identities for (SSO) single sign-on
  • Troubleshoot and Monitor Office 365 usage and availability

Course Prerequisites

Professionals interested to take up this course ought to have some experience with Microsoft Office 365 Admin Center, Skype for Business, Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint Online, Azure Active Directory and MS Office 365 ProPlus.


Course Benefits


After completing this course successfully, achieve the following:

  • Prepare for 70-346 exam
  • Provision Microsoft Office 365
  • Implement and plan security and networking in MS Office 365
  • Manage cloud identities
  • Manage and implement identities with the help of Azure AD Connect
  • Manage and implement Federated Identities for (SSO) Single Sign-on
  • Troubleshoot and manage Microsoft Office 365 usage and availability

Curriculum


Provision Office 365

Overview

This section gives the overview about Managing Office 365 identities and Requirements.

Provision Office365 Tenants

This section introduce how to setup an Office 365 tenant. It explains the basic tenant provision steps and review the best practices for tenant account provisioning.

Configure for New Features

This section uses Office 365 Admin Center to configure the tenant for new features and updates. It shows where to configure these settings for the tenant.

Add and Configure Custom Domain

This section explains basic DNS concepts to setup Office 365 to work with a Custom Domain Name. It describe how to add a custom domain name and work with DNS records to make it work with Office 365.

Pilot Users and Workloads

This section explores what it takes to plan a pilot. It provides an overview of the steps to get a pilot started. It discusses the types of users to be included in it. It also covers workloads that do not need to be migrated. At the end it demonstrate the use of a tool that tests the Health, Readiness and Connectivity.

Run Idfix

This section shows the use of IdFix. It discusses the reason to use IdFix and its importance. At the end it also discuss creating a basic test plan.

Setup Email for Pilot User

This section demonstrates how to set up email for Pilot Users. It discusses the process and requirements for a successful pilot setup.

Engage Fasttrack Center for Office

This section shows how to get the help of the FastTrack Center to onboard Office 365 services.

Managing Users, Groups, and Licenses

Enable Client Connectivity

This section discusses how to enable client connectivity to Office 365. It explains settings that need to be added to the DNS registrar for email, communication and collaboration to work. It also focuses on configurations on proxy and firewall to access Office 365.

Administer Azure Rights Management

This section shows how to manage rights management through Azure. It demonstrate how to activate it and assign roles for rights management.

Manage Office 365 Administrator Roles

This section examine the different admin roles in Office 365. It also shows how to configure those roles in the admin center and PowerShell.

Manage Cloud Identities

Manage Passwords and Users

This section shows how to manage users and passwords. It also configure the password management for the tenant. It discusses and demonstrate how to manage user groups and bulk add users too.

Cloud Identities with PowerShell

This section talks about managing identities with powershell. It emphasize the use of powershell in configuring passwords, creating bulk user accounts with CSV files, user account management such as licensing management and deleting accounts one at a time or in bulk.

Azure Active Directory Cmdlets

This section reviews some of the Azure AD cmdlets. It explains the commands required for connecting to Office 365 and or Azure AD. It also demonstrates the cmdlets for user management, group management, service principal management, domain management and administrative unit management.

Create Security Groups

This section shows how to create security groups in Office 365. It demonstrate creating, editing and deleting a security group using the admin center interface and using the powershell connection to do so.

Manage Identities with Azure Active Directory Connect

Prepare AD Synchronization to O365

This section discusses integration of on-premises Active Directory and Azure Active Directory.

Plan for Filtering Active Directory

This section takes a look at fitering Active Directory. It covers various types of filtering such as group-based, domain-based, OU-based and attribute-based filtering.

Set Up Azure AD Connect Tool

This section discusses the best practices when setting up the Azure AD Connect Tool. It also reviews the prerequisites to make the AD Connect Tool work.

Implement and Manage Federated Identities for SSO

Plan AD FS Requirements

This section discusses how to prepare and plan for implementation of ADFS for our connection to Office 365. It explains what it does and why it is needed. At the end It also discusses some of the elements needed before implementing it for Office 365 environment.

Install and Manage AD FS Server

This section covers basic installation requirements and installation of ADFS server. It also demonstrates installation and post-configuration, it uses Azure AD Connect tool to complete and verify ADFS is working correctly.

Install Web Access Proxy

This section discusses the use and need of the Web Access Proxy Server for the SSO. It talks about some of the additional prequisites to allow it work.

Configure Web Access Proxy

This section walks through the post-installation configuration for the proxy

Customize ADFS Sign-in Page

This section shows how to customize the ADFS Sign-In-Page. It allows O365 admins to customize the end-user experience for their needs according to the team. It also describe options that can be changed and demonstrate how to change some of them using powershell.

Monitor and troubleshoot Office 365 availability and usage

Analyze Reports and Monitor Service Health

This section demonstrate some of the different methods to get information about the past history and current health of the O365 tenant.

Isolate Service Interruption

This section shows some of the different methods to isolate Service Interruption. It shows different tools available for the admin monitoring the O365.

Disabling AD Federation

This section demonstrate some of the steps necessary to disable adfs and keep password synchonization running.

Document and Email Protection

This section discusses rights managements basics. It discusses the problems that companies faces for protecting email and documents. It also demonstrates how Rights Managment provides a solution for protecting our data, regardless of who receives the data, where it resides and technology available.

Schedule & Fees


SELF PACED Online INSTRUCTOR LED CLASSROOM
Duration 1 Year Access 5 Days 5 Days
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Course Price $249 On Request On Request
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Why should I enroll for Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements?

Microsoft Office 365 Identities and Requirements certification exam aims on the administration of MS Office 365 tenant. The coursework emphasizes on topics covered in the 70-346 exam including implementing, provisioning and managing features/products of Microsoft Office 365. The aim of this course is to help professionals learn to deploy and maintain MS Office 365 and pass the 70-346 examination.

After completing this course successfully, achieve the following:

  • Prepare for 70-346 exam
  • Provision Microsoft Office 365
  • Implement and plan security and networking in MS Office 365
  • Manage cloud identities
  • Manage and implement identities with the help of Azure AD Connect
  • Manage and implement Federated Identities for (SSO) Single Sign-on
  • Troubleshoot and manage Microsoft Office 365 usage and availability

Who all are eligible for this course?

Professionals apt for the 70-346 exam are IT people involved in deploying, planning, evaluating and operating MS Office 365 services like its requirements, supporting tech and dependencies.

Professionals enrolling for this course should have some experience with MS Office 365 Admin Center, MS Exchange, SharePoint Online, Skype, Azure Active Directory, etc. This includes understanding of configuration options, service descriptions, identity management, etc.

Professionals interested to take up this course ought to have some experience with Microsoft Office 365 Admin Center, Skype for Business, Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint Online, Azure Active Directory and MS Office 365 ProPlus.

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