This course is designed to turn anyone into a proficient desktop administrator for Windows networks and Windows machines. You'll learn the basics of installing, configuring and maintaining machines running Windows inside a domain infrastructure from this course as well as deploying Windows, managing identity and access, and managing applications on multiple desktops.
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18 HOURS OF TRAINING
3 VIRTUAL LABS
1 PRACTICE EXAM
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Microsoft 365: Managing Modern Desktops (MD-101) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Although this MD-101 course is designed for brand new IT professionals getting started with Windows desktops, the course is also a great choice for any non-technical professionals who have a hard time understanding Microsoft or want to do more with Windows. Anyone who needs to take control of Windows can do so with this training.
Yes, this training in desktop administration is a course specially designed to prepare learners for the MD-101 exam. MD-101 is one of the two necessary exams to earn the Microsoft 365 Certified: Modern Desktop Administrator Associate, and this course covers the Windows client, identity and access, compliance and configuration and simple security measures.
After this course, you'll probably want to look into earning the Modern Desktop Administrator Associate. Major companies with large networks recognize the MDAA as a certification that proves your comfort with the basics of network and device administration. If you consider the MDAA after this course, you'll need to prep for an additional exam, the MD-100.
You should take this course in administering Windows desktop clients even if you don't work in IT. For those who do, the MDAA is a strong start to a career defined by institutional excellence and a track record of knowledge. But for those who aren't in IT, this course reveals how to fine-tune your Windows experience.