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Exam MS-102 Microsoft 365 Administrator (Video)

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  • Copyright 2024
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-811298-3
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-811298-1

6+ Hours of Video

After watching this video training, candidates will understand how they can effectively and securely manage Microsoft 365 services.


Are you ready to become the integrating and coordinating hub for all your organizations Microsoft 365 workloads? Learn the knowledge and skills youll need to collaborate with architects and other administrators in your organization who are responsible for workloads, infrastructure, identity, security, compliance, and applications.

This self-paced video course led by Microsoft Certified Trainer and internationally recognized instructor Kushantha Gunawardana is designed to prepare you for the MS-102 Microsoft 365 Administrator Exam. 

 Learn How To

  • Deploy and manage a Microsoft 365 tenant
  • Implement and manage Microsoft Entra identity and access
  • Manage security and threats by using Microsoft 365 Defender
  • Manage compliance by using Microsoft Purview

Who Should Take This Course

  • Systems administrators who are planning to manage Office 365 or Microsoft 365 tenants
  • IT managers who will be working with Microsoft tenants
  • Security professionals who will be working with Microsoft cloud solutions
  • Technical staff who will be working with Microsoft cloud technologies

 Course Requirements

Microsoft administrators with functional experience of and experience administering at least one the Microsoft 365 workloads and/or Microsoft Entra ID and a working knowledge of

  • Networking
  • Server administration
  • DNS
  • PowerShell

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Table of Contents

Module 1: Deploy and manage a Microsoft 365 tenant

Lesson 1: Implement and manage a Microsoft 365 tenant

1.1 Create a tenant

1.2 Implement and manage domains

1.3 Configure organizational settings, including security, privacy, and profile

1.4 Identify and respond to service health issues

1.5 Configure notifications in service health

1.6 Monitor adoption and usage

Lesson 2: Manage users and groups

2.1 Create and manage users

2.2 Create and manage guest users

2.3 Create and manage contacts

2.4 Create and manage groups, including Microsoft 365 groups

2.5 Manage and monitor Microsoft 365 license allocations

2.6 Perform bulk user management, including PowerShell

Lesson 3: Manage roles in Microsoft 365

3.1 Manage roles in Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Entra

3.2 Manage role groups for Microsoft Defender, Microsoft Purview, and Microsoft 365 workloads

3.3 Manage delegation by using administrative units

3.4 Implement privileged identity management for Microsoft Entra roles

Module 2: Implement and manage Microsoft Entra identity and access

Lesson 4: Manage Compliance by Using Microsoft Purview

4.1 Prepare for identity synchronization by using IdFix

4.2 Implement and manage directory synchronization by using Microsoft Entra Connect cloud sync

4.3 Implement and manage directory synchronization by using Microsoft Entra Connect

4.4 Monitor synchronization by using Microsoft Entra Connect Health

4.5 Troubleshoot synchronization, including Microsoft Entra Connect and Microsoft Entra Connect cloud sync

Lesson 5: Implement and manage authentication

5.1 Implement and manage authentication methods, including Windows Hello for Business, passwordless, tokens, and the Microsoft Authenticator app

5.2 Implement and manage self-service password reset (SSPR)

5.3 Implement and manage Microsoft Entra Password Protection

5.4 Implement and manage multi-factor authentication (MFA)

5.5 Investigate and resolve authentication issues

Lesson 6: Implement and manage secure access

6.1 Plan for identity protection

6.2 Implement and manage Microsoft Entra ID Protection

6.3 Plan Conditional Access policies

6.4 Implement and manage Conditional Access policies

Module 3: Manage security and threats by using Microsoft 365 Defender

Lesson 7: Manage security reports and alerts by using the Microsoft 365 Defender portal

7.1 Review and take actions to improve the Microsoft Secure Score in the Microsoft 365 Defender portal

7.2 Review and respond to security incidents and alerts in Microsoft 365 Defender

7.3 Review and respond to issues identified in security and compliance reports in Microsoft 365 Defender

7.4 Review and respond to threats identified in threat analytics

Lesson 8: Implement and manage email and collaboration protection by using Microsoft Defender for Office 365

8.1 Implement policies and rules in Defender for Office 365

8.2 Review and respond to threats identified in Defender for Office 365, including threats and investigations

8.3 Create and run campaigns, such as attack simulation

8.4 Unblock users

Lesson 9: Implement and manage endpoint protection by using Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

9.1 Onboard devices to Defender for Endpoint

9.2 Configure Defender for Endpoint settings

9.3 Review and respond to endpoint vulnerabilities

9.4 Review and respond to risks identified in the Microsoft Defender Vulnerability Management dashboard

Module 4: Manage compliance by using Microsoft Purview

Lesson 10: Implement Microsoft Purview information protection and data lifecycle management

10.1 Implement and manage sensitive info types by using keywords, keyword lists, or regular expressions

10.2 Implement retention labels, retention label policies, and retention policies

10.3 Implement sensitivity labels and sensitivity label policies

Lesson 11: Implement Microsoft Purview data loss prevention (DLP)

11.1 Implement DLP for workloads

11.2 Implement Endpoint DLP

11.3 Review and respond to DLP alerts, events, and reports


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