Course info
Nov 21, 2014
2h 59m

(Covers pre-2017 objectives) In this course, viewers will continue their learning about Office 365 Identities. We will begin by going over Administrator Roles and understanding how to manage Office 365 identities. We will setup Dirsync to replicate our internal users into Office 365. To allow our internal users to authenticate off of our internal AD, we will be setting up an ADFS server. With Server 2012 R2, we no longer use the ADFS Proxy and instead will be setting up the Web Application Proxy server. Once we have completed all of the above, we will then go through managing Office 365 identities with PowerShell, understanding commands, and going through demo scripts.

About the author
About the author

Jeff previously worked at Microsoft for over 8 years in MSIT going through multiple release cycles of SharePoint, Exchange, Groove, Office and Lync.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Manage Administrator Roles in Office 365
The first thing that we're going to go over is Managing Administrator Roles in Office 365. Let's take a look for a moment and look at what we're going to be doing over the next set of clips, shall we? We're going to go over the following components. The first thing we're going to go over is the Administrative Model. How does it actually work? Then we're going to look at a couple different types of administrators. In fact, we're going to look at five sets. We're going to look at the Global Administrator, we're going to look at the Billing Administrator, we're also going to be looking at the User Management Administrator, the Service Administrator, and last, but not least, the Password Admin. What we're going to basically be doing is looking over these and seeing what each one is capable of seeing and how do we add somebody as a specific admin? Now we're going to be the global admin of course because we set up Office 365, but we also may want to delegate some portions out. Okay, so what I'm going to do right now is we're going to leave this and we're going to go jump over and we're going to talk about the administrative model.

Managing Office 356 Identities
Thank you for joining me again. In this section what we're going to go over is Managing Office 365 Identities, so let's go see what the following clips are going to be about. Let's do a quick intro before we head on in shall we? We're going to go over the following components and it's going to be fairly straightforward. The first thing we're going to go over is Password Policies. How is the complexity set up, what are the rules on it, what can we and can't we change? Once we go past there we're going to go over and we're going to start Importing Users and Groups, so how inside of Office 365 do I turn around and get just a regular set of users that I want to create there in the Azure Active Directory in the O 365, not in my onparam, but out there. Then we're going to go through Deleting and Restoring Users. Now that's a wonderful thing. You can't just delete a user. All that happens at that given point in time is a soft delete, we can restore them, and we're going to talk about how do we delete them and how do we restore them back in. Last, but not least, we're going to go over Multi-Factor Authentication. Now with multi-factor authentication there's only three different types we're really going to focus on. I do want to say, and I'll say it again then, is there are more ways to do multi-factor authentication, however, that requires you to put in a multi-factor authentication in your environment or in your Azure environment. We're going to focus on what Office 365 can do right now. Alright, those being said, we know what four components we are going to go after and get done, so let's go jump in and start these up right now shall we? Let's go start with our password policies.