Join Brian Culp for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before taking this course, part of Windows 10: Manage Identity.
- [Voiceover] Before starting this course, it'll be helpful to have a basic understanding of the Windows 10 operating system, especially when it comes to navigation. Things like using the Start menu, the File Explorer and the Search functionality. But even if that's not the case, I try my best not to make any assumptions about your previous level of Windows experience. In other words, I explain as I'm clicking so you shouldn't have much trouble following along whether you're new to Windows or have been using it for years. And when it comes to Windows administration tasks, the big challenge isn't figuring out how to complete a task but rather figuring out why.
You certainly have the option of just watching the lessons and taking notes as we go, but if you're following along on your own Windows device, you will need administrative access, either by logging on with administrative credentials or a least having those credentials handy when prompted. Also just be aware if you try to click everything that I'm clicking, in some cases, following along in real time just won't be possible. You'll have to stop in order to catch up.
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