Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Microsoft Azure Active Directory Objects

 
English Intermediate Identity

Local Active Directory and Azure Active Directory are both identity stores; however, the similarities pretty much end there. In this course, Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure Active Directory Objects, you’ll learn to how to create and manage user, group, and device identities in Azure AD. First, you’ll explore Azure AD user and group creation. Next, you’ll discover how to enroll and administer devices in Azure AD. Finally, you’ll learn how to apply administrative automation to your Azure ID identities. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Azure AD identity management needed to succeed on your Azure Administrator certification exam and perform high-impact work as an Azure administrator.

Speaker

Mark Sampayan

Deltek - Principal Cloud Specialist / Microsoft Certified Trainer / Azure Architect

Accomplished system administration and Microsoft specialization with almost 9 years of Solid experience managing server infrastructures and data-center operations using different platforms. Effectively Design, install, configure and troubleshoot IT infrastructure to consistently achieve high availability and performance. Supporting thousands of Users and Servers across the Globe.

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