Join Brian Culp for an in-depth discussion in this video Configure virtual smart cards, part of Windows 10: Manage Identity.
- [Voiceover] In the previous lesson,…we got the guided tour of setting up…a smart card with limitation,…and the significance for an administrator…and the significance to an end-user.…Once again, for the administrator,…it's securing your network with two-factor authentication.…For the end-user, it's using a pin and the computer, itself.…Thanks to the certificate that we can store on the TPN chip,…the computer, itself, becomes the smart card.…
So let's talk a little bit about some of the button clicks…that you're expected to know.…One is, simply, enabling the use of smart cards…through a group policy object.…I would be familiar with this group policy setting.…And to show you this, let's go ahead and click…on the Start menu or hit the menus key on your keyboard,…type in gpedit.msc.…You can also open up the local security policy, as well.…If you start typing in local, local security policy,…so either one will be just fine.…
I'll open up group policy edit, dot, msc,…as I have a couple of times in this course.…So with this open, I will expand Computer Configuration,…
Windows expert Brian Culp covers app installation and management; the core differences between local, domain, and Microsoft accounts; techniques for authenticating and authorizing accounts; workgroup support; and domain-level authentication options, such as multifactor authentication, Windows Hello, and virtual smart cards.
Note: This course maps to the Manage Identity domain from the Microsoft Exam 70-697: Configuring Windows Devices. Review the exam objectives here.
- Installing and managing Office 365 and Windows Store apps
- Disabling access to Windows Store
- Enabling and performing sideloading
- Sideloading an app with Microsoft Intune
- Supporting local, domain, and Microsoft accounts
- Working with Group Policy
- Supporting workgroups and domains
- Sharing resources in a workgroup
- Configuring multifactor authentication
- Configuring Windows Hello and virtual smart cards
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Supporting Windows Store and Cloud Apps
2. Supporting Authentication and Authorization
Understanding accounts2m 12s
3. Supporting Workgroups and Domains
4. Understanding Authentication Options
Next Steps1m 7s
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