Modern authentication uses Azure Active Directory Authentication Libraries (ADAL) instead of the Microsoft Online Sign-in Assistant. It uses single sign-on and multifactor to improve security.
- [Instructor] Modern authentication leverages…active directory authentication library, or ADL,…for your clients to authenticate against.…Modern authentication allows for Multifactor Authentication,…also known as MFA,…Security Assertion Markup Language, or SAML,…smartcard, and certificate authentication,…instead of the basic authentication protocol…that we used to use.…Luckily, Office 2016 already has…modern authentication enabled by default.…In Office 365, Exchange Online is off by default,…SharePoint online is on by default,…and Skype for business is off by default.…
It's a different story for Office 2013.…Office 2013 uses the Microsoft Online Sign-In Assistant,…or basic authentication.…In order to use modern authentication,…specific software must be installed first.…If you are using the click-to-run version of Office 2013,…the installation will update…to the correct files to use modern authentication.…All you need to do to set it up for updating is click file,…and then office account,…and then click the big button, update options.…
- Restricting self-provisioning of Office 365 ProPlus
- Restricting and revoking activation
- Self-provisioning Windows Store apps and Office for Mac
- Managing deployments of Office 365 ProPlus
- Enabling telemetry
- Deploying agents
- Configuring Outlook, Skype, and Office Online
- Implementing authentication
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 08/14/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: restricting self-provisioning of Office 365 ProPlus, managing streaming updates, and customizing deployment using the Office Deployment Tool. In addition, new videos were added that cover configuring Visio Online and creating a pilot group for testing Office 365 ProPlus updates.