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Exam Ref 70-398 Planning for and Managing Devices in the Enterprise

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Exam Ref 70-398 Planning for and Managing Devices in the Enterprise

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  • Copyright 2016
  • Dimensions: 7-3/8" x 9"
  • Pages: 352
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 1-5093-0225-5
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-5093-0225-3

Prepare for Microsoft Exam 70-398–and help demonstrate your real-world mastery of planning and designing cloud and hybrid identities and supporting identity infrastructure for managing devices. Designed for experienced IT pros ready to advance their status, this Exam Ref focuses on the critical-thinking and decision-making acumen needed for success at the Microsoft Specialist level.

Focus on the skills measured on the exam:

  • Design for cloud/hybrid identity
  • Design for device access and protection
  • Design for data access and protection
  • Design for remote access
  • Plan for apps
  • Plan updates and recovery

This Microsoft Exam Ref:
  • Organizes its coverage by skill measured on the exam
  • Features Thought Experiments to help you assess your readiness for the exam
  • Assumes you have experience with desktop and device administration, Windows networking technologies, Active Directory, and Microsoft Intune

Sample Content

Table of Contents

Introduction     xi
Microsoft certifications     xi
Acknowledgments     xii
Free ebooks from Microsoft Press     xii
Microsoft Virtual Academy     xii
Errata, updates, & book support     xiii
We want to hear from you     xiii
Stay in touch     xiii
Preparing for the exam     xv
Chapter 1: Design for cloud/hybrid identity     1
Skill 1.1: Plan for Azure Active Directory identities     2
Design Azure AD identities     2
Active Directory integration     8
Azure Multi-Factor Authentication     10
User self-service from the Azure Access Panel     15
Azure AD reporting     17
Company branding     18
Design Azure AD Premium features      22
Summary     33
Skill 1.2: Design for Active Directory synchronization with Azure AD Connect     34
Design single sign-on, Active Directory Integration scenarios, and Active Directory synchronization tools     35
Plan for Azure AD Synchronization services     47
Design for Connect Health     47
Summary     50
Thought experiment     51
Thought experiment answer     52
Chapter 2: Design for device access and protection     53
Skill 2.1: Plan for device enrollment     53
Plan device inventory     54
Assign mobile device management authority     57
Meet device management prerequisites     59
Configure device enrollment profiles     63
Summary     72
Skill 2.2: Plan for the Company Portal     72
Customize the Company Portal and company terms and conditions     72
Intune design policies and policy conflicts     80
Summary     93
Skill 2.3: Plan protection for data on devices     94
Design for protection of data in email and Microsoft SharePoint      94
Design for protection of an application’s data by using encryption     96
Design for full and selective wipes     98
Summary     101
Thought experiment     101
Thought experiment answer     102
Chapter 3: Design for data access and protection     103
Skill 3.1: Plan shared resources     103
Design for file and disk encryption and BitLocker encryption     104
Design for the Network Unlock feature     109
Configure BitLocker policies     111
Design for the Encrypting File System (EFS) recovery agent     113
Manage EFS and BitLocker certificates including backup and restore     116
Summary     118
Skill 3.2: Plan advanced audit policies     118
Design for auditing by using Group Policy and AuditPol.exe     118
Create expression-based audit policies     121
Design for removable device audit policies     122
Summary     124
Skill 3.3: Plan for file and folder access     124
Design for Windows Server Dynamic Access Control     125
Design for Web Application Proxy     131
Design for Azure Rights Management Service (Azure RMS)     134
Summary     151
Thought experiment     152
Thought experiment answer     153
Chapter 4: Design for remote access     155
Skill 4.1: Plan for remote connectivity      155
Design remote authentication     156
Configure Remote Desktop settings     168
Design VPN connections and authentication     175
Enable VPN reconnect     179
Configure broadband tethering     179
Summary     181
Skill 4.2: Plan for mobility options     181
Design for offline file policies     182
Design for power policies     192
Design for Windows to Go     198
Design for sync options     202
Design for Wi-Fi Direct     204
Summary     205
Thought experiment     206
Thought experiment answer     207
Chapter 5: Plan for apps     209
Skill 5.1: Manage RemoteApp     210
Design RemoteApp and Desktop Connections settings     210
Configure Group Policy Objects for signed packages     225
Subscribe to the Azure RemoteApp and Desktop Connections feeds     227
Export and import Azure RemoteApp configurations     231
Support iOS and Android     239
Configure Remote Desktop Web Access for Azure RemoteApp distribution     241
Summary     244
Skill 5.2: Plan app support and compatibility      244
Design for desktop app compatibility using Application Compatibility Toolkit      245
Design desktop application co-existence      249
Install and configure User Experience Virtualization (UE-V)     254
Plan for desktop apps using Microsoft Intune     257
Summary     265
Thought experiment     266
Thought experiment answer     267
Chapter 6: Plan updates and recovery     269
Skill 6.1: Plan for system recovery     269
Design for recovery drive     270
Design for System Restore     273
Design for refresh or recycle     277
Design for driver rollback     279
Design for restore points     281
Summary     283
Skill 6.2: Plan file recovery     283
Design File History     286
Recover files from OneDrive     288
Summary     293
Skill 6.3: Plan device updates     293
Design update settings and Windows Update policies     294
Manage update history     305
Roll back updates     306
Design for Windows Store app updates     308
Summary     309
Thought experiment     310
Thought experiment answer     311
Index     315


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