Find out what you should know before watching this course. Andrew expects you to have a basic understanding of Office 365 and Intune, users, groups, and devices. It helps if you create a trial account within Office 365 and Intune, and have a spare mobile device or virtual machine that you can use to enroll, and also have to use during the course. You should also have a basic understanding of malware threats that can harm your PC.
- [Instructor] Before you get started, there are a few things you need to know. In this course, I will focus on Exchange Online, part of the Office 365 suite, and then sprinkle in some Microsoft Intune and set up Endpoint Protection. There'll be lots of demos for you to see, how to complete the configurations that I'll cover. If you're already using any of the Microsoft online services, such as Office 365 or Exchange, then that will certainly help you. If you've not already created a demo environment for Office 365 and Intune, I recommend you take a look at one of my earlier courses and set up that trial subscription.
In addition, you should have a good understanding of IT concepts such as the internet, cloud and email. This course can help fill out your practical knowledge of administering Office 365 and hone your skills working with devices enrolled in Microsoft Intune.
Instructor Andrew Bettany helps IT professionals responsible for their company's cloud master key skills related to managing Exchange Online, using antispam and antimalware resources, and configuring Endpoint Protection. Learn how to configure mailbox permissions and sharing, set up contacts and groups, configure antimalware filters in Office 365, and use Exchange Active Sync for mobile device management. Plus, learn how to use Intune Endpoint Protection, which allows you to control the security features on your Intune-enrolled devices and further protect them from malware and spam.
- Managing recipients and mailboxes
- Managing mailbox permissions and sharing
- Managing contacts and groups
- Exploring Exchange ActiveSync for mobile device management
- Leveraging antispam and antimalware features
- Using Microsoft Intune Endpoint Protection