Microsoft Active Directory Online Training
This intermediate Microsoft Active Directory training prepares learners to protect all the data on their network and manage who has access to it through full use of Active Directory services.
In theory, Microsoft Active Directory is simple enough: identify who a user is and determine what data they can access. But the only way it stays that simple is on a network of one computer, with one user accessing one file. Once you add users, computers, folder structures and security processes, the way that Active Directory interacts with and manages them gets exponentially more complex.
This Microsoft Active Directory training explains AD and its uses. More importantly, it provides opportunities for systems administrators to practice configuring and managing it.
For anyone who leads an IT team, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new systems administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Microsoft Active Directory: What You Need to Know
This Microsoft Active Directory training covers Active Directory topics including:
- Administering Active Directory technologies
- Managing and protecting data access and information
- Simplifying deployment and management of identity infrastructure
- Configuring key features in AD to secure access to data
Who Should Take Microsoft Active Directory Training?
This Microsoft Active Directory training is considered associate-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for systems administrators with at least a year of experience with AD best practices and experienced systems administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring systems administrators. If you're a brand new systems administrator, it's not a question of if but when you'll learn to master Microsoft Active Directory. AD is a fundamental part of any systems administrator's responsibilities. With this Microsoft Active Directory training, you'll not only learn the essentials of managing users and data access, but you'll get firsthand practice implementing different controls and certificates.
Experienced systems administrators. If you've been working as a systems administrator for several years already, you're almost certainly familiar with the basics of Microsoft Active Directory. You've probably learned a few tricks around deploying a controller or configuring an AD site. But you owe it to your future career to get a thorough grounding in the technology. With this training, you'll practice configuring and deploying Microsoft AD on your networks and systems.