Domains ADMT and Federations Online Training
Microsoft 365 migrations are never like they seem in training that uses dummy data or nice clean virtual labs. Real-lifeReal life is messier. Something inevitably goes wrong. Data is unorganized. Perhaps you have an active directory that's been running for years, and has been mismanaged by multiple administrators. Maybe user accounts grew organically on an ad-hoc rather than a thoughtful process. You’ll see all that in this real-world Microsoft 365 training.
Unlike training with nice clean virtual labs and fresh installs, this real-world Microsoft 365 migration gives you a look at what you’re really up against. After finishing this Office training, you'll (really) know how to migrate your company to the cloud. Along the way, you’ll learn about authentication, the Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT), and how Federation services can be used in an Office 365 environment during the migration process.
For anyone who manages IT training, this Office training can be used to onboard new technical or non-technical professionals, curated into individual or team training plans, or as an Office reference resource.
Domains ADMT and Federations: What You Need to Know
This Domains ADMT and Federations training has videos that cover topics including:
- Establishing trust across collections of domains
- Authenticating and authorizing users
- Organizing resources to allocated shared access to
- Ensuring all user authentication occurs on-premises
- Moving Active Directorydirectory objects across different domains
- Assigning and enforcing security policies for all computers and users
Who Should Take Domains ADMT and Federations Training?
This Microsoft 365 training is considered entry-level Office training, which means it was designed for new or experienced systems administrators.
New systems administrators. If you’re new to systems administration, you probably won’t be solely responsible for a migration to Microsoft 365. But then again, you may. If that’s the case, this real-world migration training will show you what to do (and what not to do) from an expert.
Experienced systems administrators. Even if you’ve been in a systems administrator for a while, you may not have migrated an office to Microsoft 365, and you can probably figure it out. But it’s nice to see an expert do it in a real-world environment. Active Domain management is a nuanced aspect of large-scale networks, and it’s perfectly understandable to be lost in the complexities of it. With this training in Ddomains, ADMT and Ffederations, you’ll learn how approved and authenticated users navigate a network and how to manipulate their permissions.