Exam Ref MS-100 Microsoft 365 Identity and Services [Mīkstie vāki]

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  • Izdošanas datums: 23-Jul-2019
  • Izdevniecība: Addison Wesley
  • ISBN-10: 0135565731
  • ISBN-13: 9780135565735
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  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 272 pages, height x width x depth: 231x188x12 mm, weight: 455 g
  • Sērija : Exam Ref
  • Izdošanas datums: 23-Jul-2019
  • Izdevniecība: Addison Wesley
  • ISBN-10: 0135565731
  • ISBN-13: 9780135565735
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Direct from Microsoft, this Exam Ref is the official study guide for the new Microsoft 365 Identity and Services (MS-100) certification exam. Exam Ref MS-100 Microsoft 365 Identity and Services offers professional-level preparation that helps candidates maximize their exam performance and sharpen their skills on the job. It focuses on the specific areas of expertise modern IT professionals need to demonstrate mastery of Microsoft 365 service design, deployment, management, and security. Coverage includes: Designing and implementing Microsoft 365 Services Managing user identity and roles Managing access and authentication Planning Microsoft 365 workloads and applications Microsoft Exam Ref publications stand apart from third-party study guides because they: Provide guidance from Microsoft, the creator of Microsoft certification exams Target IT professional-level exam candidates with content focused on their needs, not "one-size-fits-all" content Streamline study by organizing material according to the exam's objective domain (OD), covering one functional group and its objectives in each chapter Feature Thought Experiments to guide candidates through a set of "what if?" scenarios, and prepare them more effectively for Pro-level style exam questions Explore big picture thinking around the planning and design aspects of the IT pro's job role For more information on Exam MS-100 and the Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator credential, visit https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/microsoft-365-exams.aspx microsoft 365 exam; microsoft 365 certification; MS-100; MS-100 study guide; microsoft 365 enterprise administrator; microsoft 365 services; microsoft 365 authentication; microsoft 365 workloads; microsoft 365 applications
Introduction xiii
Organization of this book xiii
Microsoft certifications xiv
Quick access to online references xiv
Errata, updates, & book support xiv
Stay in touch xv
Important: How to use this book to study for the exam xvii
Chapter 1 Design and implement Microsoft 365 services
1(90)
Skill 1.1 Manage domains
1(24)
Add and configure additional domains
2(3)
Verify custom domain
5(1)
Configure workloads for new domain name
6(9)
Set default domain
15(1)
Set primary domain name
15(2)
Configure user identities for new domain name
17(7)
Design domain name configuration
24(1)
Skill 1.2 Plan a Microsoft 365 implementation
25(11)
Plan for Microsoft 365 on-premises infrastructure
25(8)
Plan identity and authentication solution
33(3)
Skill 1.3 Setup Microsoft 365 tenancy and subscription
36(11)
Configure subscription and tenant roles and workload settings
37(6)
Evaluate Microsoft 365 for organization
43(2)
Plan and create tenant
45(1)
Upgrade existing subscriptions to Microsoft 365
45(1)
Monitor license allocations
46(1)
Skill 1.4 Manage Microsoft 365 subscription and tenant health
47(20)
Manage service health alerts
48(2)
Create and manage service requests
50(1)
Create internal service health response plan
51(1)
Monitor service health
52(1)
Schedule and review security and compliance reports
53(2)
Schedule and review usage metrics
55(12)
Skill 1.5 Plan migration of user and data
67(20)
Identify data to be migrated and method
67(5)
Identify users and mailboxes to be migrated and method
72(6)
Plan migration of on-prem users and groups
78(6)
Import PST files
84(3)
Thought experiment
87(1)
Thought experiment answers
87(1)
Chapter summary
88(3)
Chapter 2 Manage user identity and roles
91(66)
Skill 2.1 Design identity strategy
91(20)
Evaluate requirements and solution for synchronization
92(2)
Evaluate requirements and solution for identity management
94(1)
Evaluate requirements and solution for authentication
95(1)
Meeting the Azure AD Connect installation requirements
96(5)
Installing Azure AD Connect
101(8)
Identifying synchronized attributes
109(2)
Skill 2.2 Plan identity synchronization by using Azure AD Connect
111(10)
Cleaning up existing Active Directory objects
113(3)
Using UPN suffixes and non-routable domains
116(4)
Azure AD Connect sign-on options
120(1)
Skill 2.3 Manage identity synchronization by using Azure AD Connect
121(10)
Monitor Azure AD Connect Health
122(1)
Manage Azure AD Connect synchronization
123(1)
Forcing synchronization
124(2)
Configure object filters
126(3)
Configure password sync
129(1)
Implement multi-forest AD Connect scenarios
129(2)
Skill 2.4 Manage Azure AD identities
131(15)
Plan Azure AD identities
131(1)
Implement and manage Azure AD self service password reset
132(2)
Manage access reviews
134(1)
Manage groups
135(3)
Manage passwords
138(2)
Manage product licenses
140(2)
Manage users
142(3)
Perform bulk user management
145(1)
Skill 2.5 Manage user roles
146(8)
Plan user roles
146(1)
Allocate roles in workloads
146(1)
Manage admin roles
147(2)
Configure RBAC within Azure AD
149(1)
Delegate admin rights
149(1)
Manage role allocations by using Azure AD
150(1)
Configure administrative accounts
151(2)
Plan security and compliance roles for Microsoft 365
153(1)
Thought experiment
154(1)
Thought experiment answers
155(1)
Chapter summary
155(2)
Chapter 3 Manage access and authentication
157(52)
Skill 3.1 Manage authentication
157(19)
Design authentication method
158(4)
Configure authentication
162(2)
Implement authentication method
164(1)
Manage authentication
164(5)
Monitor authentication
169(7)
Skill 3.2 Implement Multi-Factor Authentication
176(11)
Design an MFA solution
177(1)
Configure MFA for apps or users
177(5)
Administer MFA users
182(5)
Report MFA utilization
187(1)
Skill 3.3 Configure application access
187(11)
Configure application registration in Azure AD
188(5)
Configure Azure AD application proxy
193(2)
Publish enterprise apps in Azure AD
195(3)
Skill 3.4 Implement access for external users of Microsoft 365 workloads
198(8)
Create B2B accounts
198(4)
Create guest accounts
202(2)
Design solutions for external access
204(2)
Thought experiment
206(1)
Thought experiment answers
207(1)
Chapter summary
207(2)
Chapter 4 Plan Office 365 workloads and applications
209(34)
Skill 4.1 Plan for Office 365 workload deployment
209(10)
Identify hybrid requirements
210(3)
Plan for Microsoft 365 workload connectivity and data flow
213(2)
Plan migration strategy for workloads
215(4)
Skill 4.2 Plan Office 365 applications deployment
219(21)
Manage Office 365 software downloads
220(2)
Plan for Office 365 apps
222(3)
Plan for Office 365 Pro plus apps updates
225(1)
Plan for Office 365 ProPlus connectivity
226(1)
Plan for Office online
226(2)
Plan Office 365 Pro plus deployment
228(12)
Thought experiment
240(1)
Thought experiment answers
240(1)
Chapter summary
241(2)
Index 243
Orin Thomas is a Principal Cloud Operations Advocate at Microsoft and has written more than 3 dozen books for Microsoft Press on topics including Windows Server, Windows Client, Azure, Office 365, System Center, Exchange Server, Security, and SQL Server. He has authored Azure Architecture courses at Pluralsight, has authored multiple Microsoft Official Curriculum and EdX courses on a variety of IT Pro topics, and is completing a Doctorate of Information Technology on cloud computing security and compliance at Charles Sturt University. You can follow him on Twitter at http: //twitter.com/orinthomas.