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Microsoft Azure - Implementing Infrastructure Solutions: Active Directory


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Prerequisites
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Overview/Description
Azure Active Directory (AD) is the Azure cloud implementation of Microsoft's identity and access management solution. Azure AD provides secure access and single sign-on services to internal and web-based applications. AD can be extended from an on-premises solution to the Azure cloud and federated with other AD implementations. In this course, you'll learn about all aspects of Azure AD, from hybrid on-premises and on cloud solutions, to AD FS federation between AD implementations. This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-533: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions. This exam completes the requirement for Microsoft Specialist certification in Microsoft Azure.

Target Audience
Seasoned implementers of Azure infrastructure solutions with experience in implementation and monitoring of on- and off-premises solutions and lifecycle management

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
2.0

Lesson Objectives

Microsoft Azure - Implementing Infrastructure Solutions: Active Directory

  • start the course
  • add a custom domain to Microsoft Azure Active Directory
  • manage users in Microsoft Azure Active Directory with the management portal
  • configure multi-factor authentication in Microsoft Azure Active Directory
  • add a gallery application to Microsoft Azure Active Directory
  • add a custom web app to Microsoft Azure Active Directory
  • configure single sign-on for a gallery app in Microsoft Azure Active Directory
  • describe Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium
  • configure multi-factor authentication in Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium
  • configure Microsoft Azure Active Directory Application Proxy
  • describe Microsoft Azure Active Directory integration with on-premises Active Directory
  • identify considerations when placing Active Directory domain controllers on Microsoft Azure Active Directory
  • extend an on-premises Active Directory domain to Microsoft Azure Active Directory
  • describe options for syncing between on-premises Active Directory and Microsoft Azure Active Directory with DirSync
  • prepare on-premises Active Directory for synchronization with Azure AD Sync
  • install and configure Microsoft Azure AD Synchronization
  • monitor Microsoft Azure AD synchronization
  • describe the function of claims-based authentication and federated trusts in Microsoft Azure Active Directory
  • deploy Microsoft Azure Active Directory Federation Services
  • describe options for configuring trusts and single sign-on in Microsoft Azure Active Directory Federated Services
  • configure Microsoft Azure Active Directory users and applications
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