Duration: 4 Days
After successful completion of this SC-300 exam training course, candidates will be able to:
The Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator certification training course is for the Identity and Access Administrators who are planning to take the associated certification exam, or who are performing identity and access administration tasks in their day-to-day job. This course would also be helpful to an administrator or engineer that wants to specialize in providing identity solutions and access management systems for Azure-based solutions; playing an integral role in protecting an organization.
As the prerequisites of Microsoft exam SC-300, candidates should have prior knowledge and understanding of:
Module 1: Implement an identity management solution
Learn to create and manage your initial Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) implementation and configure the users, groups, and external identities you will use to run your solution.
Hands-On: Manage user roles
Hands-On: Setting tenant-wide properties
Hands-On: Assign licenses to users
Hands-On: Restore or remove deleted users
Hands-On: Add groups in Azure AD
Hands-On: Change group license assignments
Hands-On: Change user license assignments
Hands-On: Configure external collaboration
Hands-On: Add guest users to the directory
Hands-On: Explore dynamic groups
Module 2: Implement an authentication and access management solution
Implement and administer your access management using Azure AD. Use MFA, conditional access, and identity protection to manager your identity solution.
Hands-On: Enable Azure AD MFA
Hands-On: Configure and deploy self-service password reset (SSPR)
Hands-On: Work with security defaults
Hands-On: Implement conditional access policies, roles, and assignments
Hands-On: Configure authentication session controls
Hands-On: Manage Azure AD smart lockout values
Hands-On: Enable sign-in risk policy
Hands-On: Configure Azure AD MFA authentication registration policy
Module 3: Implement access management for Apps
Explore how applications can and should be added to your identity and access solution with application registration in Azure AD.
Hands-On: Implement access management for apps
Hands-On: Create a custom role to management app registration
Hands-On: Register an application
Hands-On: Grant tenant-wide admin consent to an application
Hands-On: Add app roles to applications and receive tokens
Module 4: Plan and implement an identity governance strategy
Design and implement identity governance for your identity solution using entitlement, access reviews, privileged access, and monitoring your Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
Hands-On: Create and manage a resource catalog with Azure AD entitlement
Hands-On: Manage the lifecycle of external users with Azure AD identity governance
Hands-On: Create access reviews for groups and apps
Hands-On: Configure PIM for Azure AD roles
Hands-On: Assign Azure AD role in PIM
Hands-On: Assign Azure resource roles in PIM
Hands-On: Connect data from Azure AD to Azure Sentinel
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