Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate: AZ-104: Microsoft Azure Administrator

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Discover how to implement, monitor, and maintain Microsoft Azure solutions, in preparation for the AZ-104: Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam

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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure AD Users

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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure AD Users
In this 22-video course, learners discover how Azure AD serves as a central cloud-based identity provider. Examine creating and managing Azure AD users with graphical user interface (GUI) and command-line tools, and how to enable multifactor authentication (MFA). This course is one of several courses preparing learners for AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. Key concepts covered here include the role Azure AD plays in cloud authentication; how to use the portal to explore Azure AD; and how to use command-line interface (CLI) to navigate between Azure AD tenants. Next, learn how to use PowerShell to navigate Azure AD; manage Azure AD guest user accounts; and create Azure AD users through bulk create. Learn how MFA hardens user sign-in security, then how to enable and test Azure AD user MFA, enable users to reset their own passwords, and restore deleted Azure AD users. Assign licenses to users; configure banned passwords; and add Azure AD licensed features. Finally, assign an existing Azure subscription to a different Azure AD tenant; and configure Azure AD smart lockout feature.
22 videos | 1h 28m
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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure AD Groups & Devices
Learn how to create and manage Azure AD groups, as well as how to join both Windows 10 and Android devices to Azure AD, in this 18-video course, one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. Key concepts covered in this course include how to use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure AD groups; how to restore deleted Azure AD groups; and how to join a Windows 10 computer to an Azure AD domain. Next, learn how to manage Azure AD device settings; learn to disable a domain-joined Azure AD device; and learn to create a group with dynamic membership; enable dynamic group membership. Learn to assign licenses to a group; specify group owners; enable self-service group membership; and use bulk options for group add and remove. Learners will use the multifactor authentication (MFA) app to register an Android device with Azure AD; create a dynamic device group; and create a conditional access policy.
18 videos | 1h 9m
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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure AD Subscriptions and Costs
In this 19-video course, you will learn how to manage Azure subscriptions and resource groups; learn about management groups and how to create them; and explore how to analyze costs, configure budgets, and view billing information. Key concepts covered in this course include how subscriptions affect the Azure environment, including subscription types and support; using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure subscriptions; and recognizing how management groups are used to manage multiple subscriptions. You will learn how to use the portal to work with a management group; use the portal to analyze Azure costs; configure a budget scope; and view Azure billing information. Next, learn to create, manage, and delete resource groups using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell; to move an Azure resource to a different resource group; and to view resource deployments to a resource group.  View costs associated with a specific resource group scope; create a resource group budget; and create a custom ARM template in the portal. This one of a series of courses to help learners prepare for the AZ-104: Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.
19 videos | 1h 19m
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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Policies
Azure policies can be used to control resource creation, management, and configuration. In this 9-video course, one of a collection of courses used in preparation for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam, you will learn about Azure policies, including policy assignment, compliance, and remediation; and examine Azure policies and how they apply to Azure permissions. Key concepts covered in this course include definitions, assignments, and parameters of Azure policies; learning to assign Azure policies for an Azure subscription and for your resource group; and identifying noncompliant resources by creating a policy assignment using Azure PowerShell and also by using a template. Then learn to create and assign a new custom policy with Azure portal; manage Azure policies and assignments by using the portal; and create an Azure AD Identity Protection resource. Configure a multifactor authentication (MFA) registration policy, a user risk policy, and a baseline policy. Finally, learn to define the purpose of Microsoft Azure policies, assign built-in policies using the portal and PowerShell, and enable admin account MFA through a baseline policy.
9 videos | 33m
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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Roles & Tags
Explore the management of Azure resources using Role Based Access Control (RBAC) in this 16-video course, one of a collection of course helping prepare for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. Learners will explore the management of Azure resources using RBAC and resource locking, as well as the use of resource tagging to facilitate easier searching and organization of resources, and examine how Azure roles assign permissions to different scopes. Key concepts covered in this course include how Azure roles assign permissions to different scopes; how to use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to assign a built-in Azure role; and how to create and assign a custom Azure role. Learn to recognize the benefits of resource locking; use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to prevent Azure resource modification or deletion; and use an ARM template to enable resource locking. Finally, learn benefits of tagging Azure resources; and use the portal, the CLI and PowerShell to tag Azure resources.
16 videos | 1h 3m
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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Storage Accounts
In this 22-video course, one of several courses preparing learners for AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam, you will learn how to create and manage cloud storage with Azure storage accounts with graphical user interface (GUI) and command-line tools. Key concepts covered here are Azure storage account details, including storage tiers; how to use the portal, the command-line interface (CLI), and PowerShell to manage Azure storage accounts; and how to limit network access to a storage account. Next, use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to manage storage account blobs; use AzCopy to upload blobs to storage accounts; and manage blob lifecycle policies with the portal. Learn how to set access level for blob containers; create a storage account queue; and enable Azure AD authentication for a storage account. Then learn to refresh storage account keys; create a storage account shared access signature; and enable storage account replication. Finally, install and use Azure Storage Explorer tool; enable blob soft delete; use customer managed keys to encrypt cloud data; and generate and use a blob SAS token.
22 videos | 1h 39m
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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Files
Azure file sharing and synchronization are key skills for an Azure administrator. Explore the use of Azure Files for creating and managing cloud-based shared folders, as well as file synchronization by using Azure File Sync, in this 10-video course. Prepare for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam by examining how Azure file shares enable shared folders in the cloud, and how to use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure file shares. Other key concepts covered in this course include learning how Azure file shares enable shared folders in the cloud; how to use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure file shares; and mapping a drive to Azure file shares by using Windows. Finally, learners observe how to map a mount point to Azure file shares by using Linux; learn the purpose of Azure File Sync; and learn how to enable an on-premises Azure File Sync gateway.
10 videos | 37m
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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Network Solutions
Azure network resources need to be carefully managed. Prepare for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam with this 20-video course, which explores Azure network resources, Azure VNet peering, and Azure ExpressRoute. You will learn which Azure network configurations should be used, and how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to manage VNets and subnets. Key concepts covered in this course include how to determine which Azure network configurations should be used; learning to manage VNets and subnets using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell; and learning to manage IP address resources using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell. Next, you will learn to manage network interfaces by using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell; configure routing table entries with the portal, the CLI and PowerShell; and learn the purpose of peering VNets and how to enable VNet peering. Use PowerShell to configure VNet peering; network links to Azure; and troubleshoot network issues by using both Network Performance Monitor and Network Watcher. Finally, learn how ExpressRoute provides dedicated private network links to Azure.
20 videos | 1h 37m
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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure DNS & Network Security
Explore the management of Azure DNS services and its benefits in this 22-video course, which examines how DNS (domain name system) name resolution works in Azure; how to use the portal, the command-line interface (CLI), and PowerShell to create a DNS zone; and how to enable custom DNS servers for a VNet. One of several preparing learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam, this course's key concepts include how to create a DNS zone using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell; enabling custom DNS servers for a VNet; and how network security groups control inbound and outbound traffic flow. Next, you will learn how to manage network security groups with the portal, CLI, and PowerShell; recognize when VPN solutions should be used with Azure; and configure point-to-site and site-to-site VPNs. Learn the benefits of using Azure virtual WAN; how to deploy and manage Azure Firewall; and how to configure Azure Firewall application rules. Finally, learn how to deploy and manage Azure Bastion and how to deploy an Azure Virtual WAN hub.
22 videos | 1h 55m
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Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Virtual Machines
In this course, you will explore deploying and managing Azure vir