Learn how to configure domains for use with Office 365.
- [Instructor] In this second section of the course,…we'll look at the exam objective…of adding and configuring custom domains.…So we'll focus on a very practical task…for most implementations of Office 365,…using your own domain.…As I mentioned previously,…most organizations and enterprises will want to do just this…when it comes to sending and receiving e-mail,…naming accounts and so on.…We'll walk through the steps needed…so that you can use your own domain with your subscription.…
But keep in mind that it's not one size fits all.…Your results may vary…based on who your hosting provider is for DNS.…Sometimes it could be automated.…Other times you have to use a text file.…Again, you need to be familiar…with the different options you have.…Now as with most,…throughout these Office 365 administration courses,…it'll start with the admin center.…Once we're at the home page of the admin center,…there are a couple of things you could do.…
One is that you could scroll down…past the users tile to the domains tile.…And then, as you can see, very self explanatory…
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