This video demonstrates how to move the DNS registrar over to Office 365.
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- [Instructor] In this lesson,…we will change our DNS name servers…from our existing registrar over to Office 365.…Use their name servers instead.…In the process, we will confirm ownership of a domain.…Now, I'll start this off with a quick look…at the 70 346 exam objectives once again.…We see under Add and Configure Custom Domains,…confirm ownership and move ownership of DNS to Office 365.…
These things really go hand in hand…even as you saw previously when we automated everything…through GoDaddy.…So I'll take you about as far as I can…through the process here…and I'll also make sure that I leave you…with the exact name servers,…the site recognition that you need…in terms of preparing for the 346.…So we'll start things as we tend to do always…with the Office 365 Admin Center…and under Domains, I will add a domain.…
Now, I'm going to enter in a domain I own…and I went out and purchased another domain.…Now, I purchased it from GoDaddy…because that's just again,…who I happen to have my DNS ownership through…but the domain I've purchased is this, linkedinbrian.info…
This course helps you prepare for exam 70-346, and master some of the most common administrative tasks involved in setting up Office 365. Instructor Brian Culp demonstrates how to configure tenants and updates, define admin roles, specify custom domains for Office 365 deployments, and plan a pilot with pilot users and usage cases. This is an ideal course for anyone tasked with administering an Office 365 environment, and is a valuable exam prep course for those wishing to become Microsoft certified.
- Configuring tenants
- Managing tenant subscriptions and licenses
- Defining admin roles
- Configuring custom domains
- Planning an Office 365 pilot