If you take this Microsoft Active Directory training, you'll start off learning how to use PowerShell, since it's crucial to managing AD. You'll also learn how to handle users, groups and units within Active Directory. And along the way, you'll practice configuring AD in big and small environments.
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Microsoft Active Directory FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This Microsoft Active Directory is best for systems administrators. And since AD is a fundamental job responsibility, systems administrators of any experience can benefit from it. Unless you're thoroughly vetted on all aspects of implementing, managing and configuring Active Directory on a Microsoft network, you should take this course.
This Microsoft Active Directory training wasn't designed to help learners prepare for any one certification exam, but it's an excellent resource for any certification that includes Active Directory knowledge. If you're pursuing a Microsoft systems administrator certification, you'll want to include this training in your learning plan.
If you're looking for a high-level Microsoft certification that covers many different job responsibilities, the Microsoft: 365 Certified: Enterprise Administrator Expert is a good cert to consider after this Active Directory training. Or, Identity and Access Administrator Associate is a cert that's more focused on implementing AD in Azure, specifically.
You should take this course in implementing, managing and configuring Microsoft Active Directory because being able to say with confidence that only the right people are in your network and they all have access to the information they need is a fundamental job requirement for systems administrators.