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MD-100 - Windows 10: Manage Devices & Data

MD-100 - Windows 10: Manage Devices & Data


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Overview/Description

As the device age dawns, cloud servicing solutions integrate with on-premises management solutions to create the modern management infrastructure. Learners can explore account options and data security pieces of this infrastructure in this 13-video course. Key options covered here include managing devices in directories in both on-premises Active Directory (AD) environments and cloud-based Azure AD environments; managing local users accounts in the computer management console; and adding local admins from Azure AD, on-premises AD, or local Security Accounts Manager (SAM). Next, learn how to configure NT File System (NTFS) permissions; how to configure NTFS permissions inheritance and auditing; and how to configure share permissions. Learners then see how to assign combinations of permissions for security; use special identities such as built-in service accounts, local service accounts, network service accounts, and system accounts to achieve security. Learn how to configure Encrypting File System (EFS) user-based file and folder-level encryption and implement BitLocker drive encryption. Finally, learn management techniques, methods of assigning local administrators, NTFS permissions, and hardware requirements for full volume encryption. This is one course in a series to help learners prepare for the MD-100: Windows 10 certification exam.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.4

Lesson Objectives

MD-100 - Windows 10: Manage Devices & Data

  • Course Overview
  • distinguish between management strategies in on-premises Active Directory and Azure AD
  • manage local users
  • add local admins from your Azure AD, on-premises AD, or local SAM
  • configure NTFS permissions
  • configure NTFS permissions inheritance
  • configure NTFS auditing
  • configure share permissions
  • assign combinations of permissions for security
  • use special identities to achieve security
  • configure EFS user-based file and folder level encryption
  • implement Bitlocker drive encryption
  • identify management techniques, list methods of assigning local administrators, list and define NTFS permissions, and identify hardware requirements for full volume encryption
  • Course Number:
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    Expertise Level
    Intermediate