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Ambieer jij een carrière in de IT? Lijkt het je wat om verantwoordelijk te zijn voor het beheer en onderhoud van de IT-omgeving binnen een organisatie? Dan is een omscholing tot systeembeheerder iets voor jou! Heb je nog geen enkele ervaring op het gebied van systeembeheer? Geen probleem! Met dit ontwikkelpad word jij voorbereid om je eerste stappen in de IT te zetten én doe jij de nodige kennis en vaardigheden op om jezelf tot systeembeheerder te ontwikkelen.

Wanneer je kiest voor dit ontwikkelpad, krijg jij:

  • toegang tot de trainingen, proefexamens en LiveLabs rond Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) en Endpoint Administration (MD-102). Daarnaast krijg je toegang tot nog veel meer trainingen, proefexamens, bootcamps, e-books enzovoort.
  • optimale voorbereiding op de Microsoft examens MS-900 en MD-102 zodat jij de officieel erkende certificeringen kan behalen.
  • begeleiding van ons Learning & Development team, samen met jou stellen we doelen, maken we een planning en monitoren we je voortgang.
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Microsoft 365 Fundamentals

In dit ontwikkelpad ga je jezelf verdiepen in Microsoft 365. Je gaat van start met de Microsoft 365 Fundamentals training, waarbij je basisprincipes van de cloud met de focus op Microsoft 365 leert kennen. Na het succesvol afronden van de training en het proefexamen ben jij klaar om het MS-900 examen afleggen. Wanneer je deze voldoende afrondt ben jij in het bezit van het certificaat: Microsoft 365 Fundamentals.

Microsoft Endpoint Administrator

Dit ontwikkelpad biedt uitgebreide vaardigheden voor enterprise apparaatbeheer. Leer alles over identiteit, beveiliging, toegang, beleid, updates en app-beheer voor diverse apparaten. Ontdek oplossingen voor efficiënte implementatie en beheer op verschillende systemen en platforms, met focus op schaalbaarheid. Na het succesvol afronden van de training, het LiveLab en het proefexamen ben jij klaar om het MD-102 examen af te leggen. Wanneer je deze voldoende afrondt ben jij in het bezit van het certificaat: Endpoint Administrator Associate.

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Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Understanding Cloud Concepts

This course prepares you for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals Exam (MS-900), by focusing on cloud concepts, one of the four main categories in the exam. In its 10 videos, learners will explore several forms of the cloud, including public, private, and hybrid clouds, and how the cloud differs from on-premises data. You will learn about MS Office 365 Cloud services and its key features and benefits, and examine the key features and benefits of Internet-based public clouds. Then learn about private clouds, which are often on-premises, owned and operated by the organization, and rely on the organization's own security structures to maintain privacy and stay secure. This course goes on to discuss pros and cons of on-premises data centers. You will also explore the costs of on-premises IT infrastructure versus a cloud-based deployment, and learn the pros and cons of a cloud solution, as well as its attractive features: for example, uptime. Finally, you will learn that a cloud provider offers 99.999 percent uptime, since it relies on redundancy.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Cloud Benefits & Considerations

Learners focus on cloud computing and prepare for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) Exam in this 11-video course. First, you will learn that Microsoft 365 is an integrated, complete solution that allows users to work from anywhere while taking advantage of its security and device management capabilities. You will also learn practical applications for cloud computing, some myths and facts about the cloud, and key opportunities and benefits of a cloud solution for business. Next, the course explores security issues and the types of data to be protected: financial, customer, company, and proprietary data, along with security issues and features of cloud-based solutions, what availability and accessibility are, and the impact of uptime. You will learn how to plan and strategize organizational needs to determine which cloud service to purchase. Learn about established use cases for the cloud, scalable usage, chatbots automated services, and tools to communicate and collaborate, such as Skype, SharePoint, and Teams. Finally, you will learn about productivity tools available in Microsoft 365.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Cloud Services & Principles

In this 12-video course focusing on cloud computing, in preparation for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) Exam, learners can explore cloud concepts, and Microsoft 365 services, including product pricing and support. First, learn how security, compliance, and trust are protected in Microsoft 365. You will then learn about various cloud services, including ITaaS (IT as a service), SaaS (software as a service), IaaS (infrastructure as a service), and PaaS (platform as a service). The course uses a business case study to demonstrate cloud services and security principles; in it, you will examine public, private, and hybrid cloud services, and discuss their unique security issues. This course discusses security as it pertains to business, and will demonstrate how to see data security through the CIA (confidentiality, integrity, and availability) triad. You will examine encryption and multifactor authentication to protect information, and listen to a discussion of compliance issues for businesses adopting cloud solutions. Finally, explore the steps that go into creating a business case for a cloud solution.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Windows 10 Enterprise

This course explores Windows 10 Enterprise and its security features, in preparation for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) Exam, which focuses on understanding cloud concepts and core Microsoft 365 services. In its 15 videos, you will learn how Microsoft 365 focuses on security, compliance, privacy, and trust, and about Microsoft's pricing and support. Next, learn about the Modern Desktop, and Desktop as a Service. Then learn the differences between Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, Windows 10 Pro, and Windows 10 Enterprise, and how each edition suits different kinds of businesses. The course goes on to discuss how Microsoft FastTrack can assist organizations when moving to the cloud. You will explore the key features and security benefits of Windows 10 Intelligent Security, including Windows 10 Defender Anti-Virus, and learn how to access Defender and run a scan of your system. You will learn how to access and configure Defender Firewall. Finally, learners will examine Windows Defender ATP (Advanced Threat Protection), and Endpoint Detection and Response to ensure system integrity.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Windows 10, Autopilot, & Azure

Learners will explore an overview of the cloud and its various forms, including public, private, and hybrid clouds, in this 10-video course, which helps prepare for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam, including Windows 10, deployment, licenses, and upgrades. The course opens by discussing specifically what the cloud means and what it represents to individuals and organizations today, beginning with basic concepts: first, the cloud is at its core, networking, but uses the Internet to connect to the cloud network rather than a private dedicated connection to a local area network; the most common cloud services, including remote storage and retrieval of data; and the three types of clouds: public, where space is purchased on shared servers; private; and hybrid, a combination of the two. Similarities and differences between on-premises data solutions and cloud-based data solutions are also covered. A concluding exercise asks learners to describe the cloud, the public cloud, and the private cloud, and to explain pros of the cloud.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Deployment Planning, Azure, & Updates

In this 16-video course, learners will explore deployment planning, Microsoft Azure, and Windows 10 update channels, as part of their preparation for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam. The course begins by discussing how to plan for deployment of Windows 10, including an introduction to Azure, showing how to access the Azure Portal and create resources. You will learn about update and servicing options for Windows 10, and how you should prepare for a Windows 10 servicing strategy. Other key topics covered in this course include what deployment rings are; how to assign devices to servicing branches in a Windows 10 deployment; and how to optimize Windows 10 updates. The closing exercise asks learners to explain Windows 10 updates and servicing channel; list the three Windows 10 servicing channels; describe at least three elements for strategizing deployment; explain three ways to assign devices to the semiannual channel; and explain two peer-to-peer options for optimizing updates.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Windows 10 & Admin Center

Explore exactly what Microsoft 365 is, and why users need it, in this 19-video course, used in preparation for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam. The course offers detailed descriptions of Windows as a Service (WaaS), and its key features and benefits. Learners will hear a practical discussion of Windows 10 updating, and learn more about tools used for assessment and updating. Next, you will receive an introduction to the Microsoft 365 Admin Center, including extensive support information and a mechanism for contacting support directly. Among other key topics covered here are Enterprise Mobility, the Windows Assessment and Deployment kit, and how to configure group policy (with administrator's privileges) with Windows 10 business editions: previewing builds, feature updates, and quality updates. The concluding exercise allows learners to demonstrate use of the Admin Center, including gaining access, reviewing your subscription, and demonstrating how to add a user; making practical use of Access support; and switching to the Admin Center preview.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Microsoft 365, Exchange, & SharePoint

This 18-video course, used to help learners prepare for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam, offers guidance on Microsoft 365's powerful array of apps and services. Explore Enterprise Mobility Plus Security, Exchange Online, and SharePoint Online. The course specifically discusses features and benefits of Exchange Online, to which users subscribe on a monthly basis and receive a mailbox that lives in the Cloud on Microsoft's servers (all the information Outlook users are accustomed to: email, calendars, contacts, and tasks). Learners also hear about various features for Exchange Online in Office 365 plans; and how to access Exchange Online settings. Next, learn about various features of SharePoint Online and its benefits; various features for SharePoint Online in Office 365 plans; and how to access and use SharePoint Online. The concluding exercise directs learners to demonstrate knowledge gained by explaining Exchange Online and SharePoint Online; listing four core Outlook features provided by Exchange Online and three key goals of SharePoint Online; and describing subscription options for Exchange Online and SharePoint Online.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Skype for Business, Teams, & Collaboration

Microsoft 365, an integrated complete solution that allows users to work from everywhere while taking advantage of its security and device management capabilities, unleashes integrated collaboration tools that empower users in an organization. This 12-video course describes the various ways in which Microsoft 365 enables collaboration with Microsoft Teams, which provides integration with more than 140 apps and services and secure encryption, among other features. SharePoint Online, OneDrive, and Yammer. Other key topics covered include Azure; Skype for Business, a cloud-hosted communications solution with both audio and video components, which operates on multiple devices and can even be used with meeting room systems; and Microsoft Teams, a full-featured solution for hosting online meetings, live events, and video conferencing. A concluding exercise involves providing explanations of Skype, Teams, and collaboration, and their core features, elements, subscription options, and collaboration tools. The course can be used as part of preparations for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Office 365 & Collaboration

This 13-video course allows learners to explore Microsoft 365 collaboration features and Office 365 deployment, as part of preparations for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam. In this course, you will hear detailed discussion of Office 365 deployment consideration, along with descriptions of the various ways Office 365 enables collaboration, including collaboration with Office 365 groups, Dynamics 365, and email collaboration. Learn about Deploy and Dynamics 365, a suite of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that includes customer resource management (CRM). Learn more about creating groups with SharePoint, Outlook, Teams, Yammer, or Planner; about Outlook, Microsoft's e-mail client; and about the three Office 365 business plans and their various monthly costs and features. A concluding exercise asks learners to explain Office 365 plans and collaboration; describe the three Office 365 plans for business and the four Office 365 plans for enterprises; discuss the three Office 365 update channels; explain ways to collaborate with Office 365 Groups; and describe four ways to collaborate with Outlook.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Protecting Your Information

In this 18-video course, learners can explain security with Microsoft 365 business, including identity protection and management and protecting one's information with Microsoft 365. Specific topics covered in the course include identity protection, document safety, network security and device security. You will learn about other key topics, such as on-premises identity protection, cloud identity protection, hybrid identity protection, and multifactor authentication. Then explore key elements of Azure information protection, and how to prepare for and enable multifactor authentication. Finally, listen to a discussion of Windows analytics tools and watch demonstrations of how to add them in the Azure portal. The concluding exercise asks learners to describe information protection features; explain three principles of Microsoft 365 Threat Protection; list tools used in Microsoft 365 Threat Protection and three principles of security management; and to explain three choices for cloud authentication and explain how users interact with Azure Information Protection. This course can be used as part of preparations for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Azure AD & Access Management

This 15-video course explores such topics as Azure Active Directory Domain Services AD DS) and access management features in Microsoft 365. Modern businesses need modern security and safe access for users that could be easily managed by administrators, and Microsoft 365 provides those features. Key topics covered in the course include directory structures and their role in network and organizational environments; trust as the security principle defining information and access safety, established by a directory structure managed and maintained by network administrators and delivered to end users. Examine the concepts of protection and domain controllers. Learn about Azure AD Connect, pass-through authentication, Azure AD Seamless Single Sign-On, and federation using Azure AD. A closing exercise asks learners to describe features of AD DS; list examples of AD DS objects and three AD DS Forest models; list four editions of Azure AD; and list the steps for enabling password hash synchronization. The course can be used as part of the preparation for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Mobile Management & Security and Compliance

Learners can explore the fundamental key features in Microsoft 365 of Enterprise Mobility + Security, Microsoft's Global Data Centers. Cloud App Security, and the security and reporting features found in the Office 365 Security & Compliance Center, in this 16-video course. Other key topics covered in the course include Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security's purpose and how it enables organizations to utilize mobile devices in a protected environment; Azure Information Protection, which classifies and protects data in the cloud; Azure Advanced Threat Protection, which detects suspicious behavior; and Microsoft's Advanced Threat Analytics, which protects in-house networks from attacks. Learn more about the concepts of mobility and adoption. A concluding exercise directs learners to describe trust relationship mechanisms; describe the two core functions of Microsoft Intune; explain how MDM (mobile device management) provides access control; describe device availability in MDM versus Intune and describe the controls of Microsoft's global data centers. The course can be used to prepare for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Microsoft 365 Pricing and Support

In this 13-video course, learners can explore Microsoft 365 pricing and support, including the benefits of Microsoft 365 subscription options and licensing, payment, and best practices. Key features covered in this course include the Microsoft productivity library, filled with relevant topics, articles, and training for organizations; collaboration; and security and compliance. Become familiar with the Microsoft 365 information page and its product information for business, enterprise, and education. Next, explore subscription options for various organizations, including Microsoft 365 Business, Microsoft 365 Enterprise, Microsoft 365 F1, and Microsoft 365 Education, and payments. A concluding exercise asks learners to describe Microsoft 365 pricing and support; to list three key issues when considering unexpected on-premises costs and two key issues when considering spend; to describe three key considerations for cloud adoption, four main collaboration tools of Office 365, and two Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) licensing models. The course can be used as part of preparations for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam.

Microsoft 365 Fundamentals: Microsoft 365 Purchasing & Support

In this 11-video course, learners preparing for the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals (MS-900) exam can explore such topics as how to determine a cost-benefit analysis (CBA) when considering a migration to Microsoft 365. You will learn how to use the Microsoft ROI (return on investment) calculator; about assessing on-premises versus cloud solutions; and details on support options and service level agreements (SLAs). Next, learn to use the service health feature in the Microsoft 365 portal, with three categories for information provided: an overview of all subscription services called All services; and two sections for filtering out actionable and informational items-an incidents section for services flagged as actionable items, and the advisories section for informational items. In a concluding exercise, learners are asked to describe Microsoft 365 purchasing considerations; to explain three basic steps of performing a CBA; to list two types of expenditures when considering on-premises or the cloud; to explain support options available to Microsoft 365 subscribers and three categories of service health, plus practical reasons to move to the cloud.

Microsoft - MS-900 : Microsoft 365 Fundamentals

Microsoft - MS-900 : Microsoft 365 Fundamentals

Windows Client: Preparing to Install Windows 10

Windows 10 was introduced in 2014 and has become a ubiquitous operating system for personal users and businesses alike. With a broad set of features that leverage usability and connectivity, Windows 10 is as easy to use as it is powerful. Learn about preparing to install the Windows 10 client, beginning with a review of Windows 10 and its editions. You'll consider how to choose an edition and look at a basic rundown of the Windows 10 interface, hardware requirements, and feature-specific requirements. Explore feature changes over previous Windows editions and an overview of Windows update channels. Finally, you'll discover how to prepare for a Windows 10 installation.

Windows Client: Deploying Windows 10

Windows 10 has become a ubiquitous operating system for personal users and businesses alike and includes a broad set of features that leverage usability and connectivity. The easy to use and powerful platform offers several types of deployment options for small, medium, and large businesses. In this course, learn about deploying Windows 10, including typical installation methods and how to prepare for deployment. Next, discover how to install Windows 10 and perform post-installation tasks, and compare the pros and cons of upgrading to Windows 10. Finally, explore Windows activation, common deployment tools, and Windows Autopilot and other tools for managing installations.

Windows Client: Configuring Windows 10

Windows 10 is as easy to use as it is powerful. Use this course to explore detailed and sophisticated ways to configure your operating system and increase its usability, privacy, and security. Learn the basic features of Windows 10 configuration and how to use provisioning packages. Discover Windows 10 system settings, Windows startup options, as well as account, privacy, and security settings. Also explore ease of access settings, how to configure Cortana, phone settings, app settings, Edge browser configuration, optional Windows features, as well as search and indexing.

Windows Client: Advanced Windows 10 Settings

Windows 10 has a broad range of specific settings for every aspect of the operating system, many of which are easy to use, but it also includes many under-the-hood settings for advanced configuration. Explore advanced Windows 10 settings, beginning with Computer Management, the Control Panel, and Windows services. Discover how to manage a Windows 10 client with Task Manager, Task Scheduler, and the Windows registry. Finally, learn about the features and uses of Group Policy, the Group Policy Editor, and the Windows Command Shell and PowerShell.

Windows Client: Working with Devices in Windows 10

Windows 10 is a powerful and easy-to-use operating system for individual users and small, medium, and large businesses. It also offers an expansive range of connectivity options for adding and managing devices, making it even more valuable to users. In this course, learn how to work with devices in Windows 10, including installing and configuring devices and drivers. Next, discover how to use Windows Device Manager and manage devices with Group Policy and PowerShell. Finally, explore common troubleshooting techniques and how to troubleshoot device problems in Windows 10.

Managing Modern Desktops: Deployment Tools, Migration, & Activation

Working with your IT colleagues to use tools, migration strategies, and activation methods to prepare for your deployments can mean the difference between success and failure when it comes to managing Windows clients and devices. In this course, learn how to better prepare for your deployments by exploring infrastructure evaluation, deployment tools, and planning. Review key considerations and methods for Windows migration. Learn about product keys, license management, subscription activation, as well as imaging and provisioning strategies. Finally, consider different deployment scenarios, and how to deploy Windows clients.

Managing Modern Desktops: Windows Client Provisioning with Autopilot

IT professionals in enterprise environments must be able to plan for and provision Windows clients. They must also make use of the tools provided by Microsoft, including Windows Autopilot, and they will likely be required to collaborate with other Microsoft 365 professionals when planning and implementing an organizational strategy for provisioning devices. Explore Windows client provisioning with Autopilot beginning with an overview of Autopilot, user-driven mode, self-deploying mode, Windows Autopilot reset, and pre-provisioned deployments. Learn about deploying existing devices, device registration, creating device groups, and configuring Autopilot profiles. Finally, discover how to deploy Azure AD joined devices, BitLocker encryption, Device Firmware Configuration Interface (DFCI) management, and how to troubleshoot Autopilot.

Managing Modern Desktops: The Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT)

IT professionals in enterprise environments planning for device deployment should be familiar with the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT). The Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) is a collection of automation tools and procedures for deploying operating systems to devices. Through this course, learn how to work with the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT). Examine MDT and discover how to prepare for Windows deployments with MDT, manage boot images and OS upgrade packages, and manage applications and drivers. Next, learn how to manage user state, deploy to unknown systems, and deploy Windows 10 with PXE. Finally, work with task sequences, configure customsettings.ini and bootstrap.ini, troubleshoot MDT deployments, and explore the User State Migration Tool (USMT).

Windows Client: Remote Management & Monitoring

For networking professionals, Windows 10 clients are easy to configure and troubleshoot due to remote management and monitoring. Its capabilities include remote access with Remote Desktop, the Windows Admin Center, and remote configuration through tools like PowerShell. Through this course, learn about remote management and monitoring in Windows 10 clients. Explore Windows 10 administration and remote access, how to make a connection to a system using the Remote Desktop client, and the purpose of the Windows Admin Center. Next, learn about remote management with PowerShell, use Remote Assistance tools, and log management with Event Viewer. Finally, discover how to monitor system performance and reliability.

Windows Client: Working with User Accounts

Windows 10 supports sophisticated user account features, which is a must have in a networked environment like a small business or an enterprise. Supporting a wide range of options and settings, Windows 10 user account settings are powerful and easy to implement. Through this course, learn how to work with user accounts in Windows 10 clients. Discover how to manage local users and privileges and work with user profiles and groups. Next, learn about Active Directory (AD) and join computers to AD. Finally, practice configuring sign-in options, managing credentials and User Account Control (UAC), and deploying the Local Administrator Password Solutions (LAPS) feature of Windows 10.

Windows Client: Windows Security Management

Windows 10 clients offer sophisticated integrated security features that make network administration easier for small and large enterprises. With a large range of security controls that can be configured at the administrative level, Windows 10 clients provide an added layer of network security. With this course, learn about key Windows 10 integrated security features. Explore Windows 10 security management, beginning with Microsoft Defender Antivirus and threat protection, account protection, and Windows Defender Firewall. Next, learn about Windows Defender Credential Guard, app and browser control, device security, and device performance and health. Finally, examine family options, BitLocker Drive Encryption, and Windows 10 security best practices.

Managing Modern Desktops: Conditional Access

User and device identity are critical components of the modern enterprise environment, often operating outside the organization’s security perimeter. Conditional access is a key piece of enterprise security management that Microsoft 365 professionals need to master. Explore conditional access, conditional access policies, policy assignments, and continuous access evaluation. Discover access controls, conditional access deployment planning considerations, and the creation of conditional access policies. Finally, learn how to establish multi-factor authentication (MFA) in Azure AD, configure authentication session management, use the What-If tool, and troubleshoot conditional access.

Managing Modern Desktops: Compliance Policies & Configuration Profiles

Device compliance and configuration profiles secure and protect organizational data and put the ability to manage devices in the hands of IT professionals. By securing an organization’s devices, Microsoft 365 professionals can ensure reliable systems and operations. In this course, you will explore compliance policies and configuration profiles, beginning with how to customize device compliance policies, configure actions, manage compliance notifications, and monitor and troubleshoot compliance policies. Then you’ll discover device configuration profiles, restrictions, working with Group Policy, and monitoring and troubleshooting configuration profiles. Finally, you will learn how to set up a shared computer and a kiosk.

Managing Modern Desktops: Device Lifecycle Management

IT professionals in the modern IT enterprise environment must be able to manage the lifecycle of all devices in the organization, not only inside the security perimeter but also outside the firewall. Intune is a powerful tool for enrolling and managing devices from their first use in the organization to retirement. Through this course, learn how to work with and manage device lifecycles. Explore device lifecycle management, beginning with Windows enrollment, automatic enrollment, bulk enrollment, and working with proxy servers. Next, discover how to enroll Apple and Android devices. Finally, investigate policy sets, how to create them, and how to manage devices using Intune.

Managing Modern Desktops: Managing & Monitoring Devices

In the modern enterprise environment, having fine-grained control over users and their devices is a crucial aspect of IT management. Microsoft 365 professionals can use powerful tools to manage and monitor all devices, including those outside the security perimeter. In this course, you will explore device management and monitoring, beginning with managing devices and users with Intune, using Fresh Start, and restricting and restarting devices. Then you will discover how to wipe, unenroll, and retire devices and how to bulk manage devices. Finally, you will learn about monitoring with Azure Monitor, Endpoint Manager admin center, and Endpoint analytics.

Managing Modern Desktops: Managing Device Updates

Device update management is a necessity in modern enterprise environments, and IT professionals must be able to plan and implement device updates. Completing updates for a large number of devices cannot be done manually, and ensuring the smooth and reliable operation of the organization network requires powerful tools for update management. Through this course, learn how to manage device updates. Explore how to plan device updates, work with update rings, and manage quality and feature update policies. Next, discover how to manage iOS and Android updates and monitor updates. Finally, learn how to troubleshoot updates using Intune and manage delivery optimization.

Managing Modern Desktops: Application Deployment

In modern IT environments, apps are bountiful and provide functionality for just about any task. However, organizations routinely establish app requirements in the workplace. IT professionals can rely on Microsoft products to ensure that applications are properly deployed and managed. In this course, you will explore application deployment, beginning with Intune app deployment. Then you will deploy apps from the Microsoft Store for Business, Apple Store, and Android Store. Next, you will discover the Microsoft 365 Apps Admin Center, the Office Customization Tool, and the Office Deployment Tool. You will deploy and troubleshoot Microsoft 365 apps and manage Office apps using Intune. Finally, you will work with Office app policies and use Group Policy to manage Office settings.

Managing Modern Desktops: App Protection & Configuration

In modern IT environments, organizations must establish rules to ensure data safety inside and outside of the network perimeter. IT professionals can rely on many tools and methods to create and enforce policies and ensure that data is secure and accessible only when authorized. Through this course, learn about app protection and configuration in enterprise Windows environments. Explore app protection policies, application management, and the data protection framework. Next, discover how to implement, validate, and monitor app protection policies and implement app protection exceptions. Finally, learn about implementing app configuration, configuration policies, and app configuration for iOS and Android devices.

Windows Client: Windows 10 Update Management

Updates are a crucial feature of modern computing. Whether it is for new or improved features or for critical security and functionality updates, networking professionals need updates to be simple to manage, easy to configure and access, and automated. In this course, explore Windows 10 update management, beginning with the Windows servicing models for updates, servicing channels and tools, and the Windows Server Update Service (WSUS). Then, discover Windows Update for Business, Windows delivery optimization, and update configuration using both Windows 10 client and Group Policy. Finally, investigate how to troubleshoot updates in Windows 10 clients.

Windows Client: Working with Group Policy

Windows 10 clients provide workstations for users in networking environments, backed by servers and other technology used to create a network infrastructure. Management of these clients is facilitated in numerous ways, but at the center of network user management is Group Policy. Explore working with Group Policy in Windows, beginning with the basics of Group Policy, and how to navigate and configure Group Policy. Learn about aspects of Windows that can be managed using Group Policy, including Windows settings, the Control Panel, security policy, users, and user rights. Finally, discover audit policy configuration and how to troubleshoot Group Policy issues, as well as best practices for Group Policy management.

Managing Modern Desktops: Azure Active Directory

Microsoft 365 professionals in organizational environments often need to work together to ensure that systems and infrastructure operate to their full potential. Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is the backbone of modern Windows enterprise configuration settings, and IT professionals need to be able to work with it as well as Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). In this course, you will explore Azure AD, beginning with a discussion of Azure AD and AD DS. Then you will learn about user and group management, connecting to Azure AD, and Azure AD registered and joined devices. Finally, you will discover Enterprise State Roaming in Azure AD and how to manage it.

Managing Modern Desktops: Endpoint Protection

In modern enterprise environments, organizations need to be proactive and prepare for unforeseen circumstances, perform detection, and assemble automatic investigation and mitigation strategies. Fortunately, IT professionals can rely on robust tools like the kind found in Microsoft 365 environments. Through this course, learn about endpoint protection in Microsoft 365 environments. Explore endpoint security, manage security baselines and policies, and work with firewall and attack surface reduction policies. Next, examine account protection policies, encrypted disk security, antivirus policies, endpoint detection, and response policies. Finally, learn about firewall rule management and how to configure Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, monitor devices, and investigate and respond to threats.

Managing Modern Desktops: Endpoint Analytics

In today’s complex management environment, IT professionals are expected to protect their infrastructure, maintain its reliability, and ensure a quality user experience as never before. Endpoint Analytics is a tool that can help you deliver just that. In this course, explore Endpoint Analytics functionality, scores, baselines, data collection, concepts, and insights. See firsthand how to enroll Intune and Configuration Manager devices. Learn how to configure Endpoint Analytics and troubleshoot issues. Finally, review how to implement PowerShell scripts so you can remediate proactively.

Microsoft Endpoint Administrator

Microsoft MD-102

Microsoft - MD-102: Endpoint Administrator | Practice Test

Microsoft - MD-102: Endpoint Administrator | Practice Test


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Je kunt direct van start. Studeer vanaf nu waar en wanneer jij wilt.


Training afronden

Rond de training succesvol af en ontvang van ons een certificaat!

Veelgestelde vragen

Veelgestelde vragen

Op welke manieren kan ik betalen?

Je kunt bij ons betalen met iDEAL, PayPal, Creditcard, Bancontact en op factuur. Betaal je op factuur, dan kun je met de training starten zodra de betaling binnen is.

Hoe lang heb ik toegang tot de training?

Dit verschilt per training, maar meestal 180 dagen. Je kunt dit vinden onder het kopje ‘Kenmerken’.

Waar kan ik terecht als ik vragen heb?

Je kunt onze Learning & Development collega’s tijdens kantoortijden altijd bereiken via of telefonisch via 026-8402941.

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Onbeperkt leren

Met ons Unlimited concept kun je onbeperkt gebruikmaken van de trainingen op de website voor een vast bedrag per maand.

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Heb je nog twijfels?

Of gewoon een vraag over de training? Blijf er vooral niet mee zitten. We helpen je graag verder. Daar zijn we voor!