Implement JIT and JEA Administration in Windows Server 2019
This course will teach you how to create a desired state configuration for JEA and JIT to keep your Active Directory network safe from internal and external administrative threats.
What you'll learn
The modern Windows network has issues with locking down security. In this course, Implement JIT and JEA Administration in Windows Server 2019, you’ll learn how to create an environment to protect administrative access to only authorized users and only when they need it and will learn about two different ways to accomplish this secure goal. First, you’ll learn about Just Enough Administration. This includes creating configuration and capability files to configure the JEA environment. Next, you’ll explore Just In Time administration. This type of security involves separating administrative access using bastion forests and domains. Finally, you’ll configure a bastion forest and create the necessary links and trusts to work between this forest and your production forest. You’ll learn this by utilizing shadow principles using Microsoft Identity Manager. By the end of this course, you'll be able to secure your on-premise or cloud environment more completely with JEA and JIT.
Table of contents
- JEA Endpoints Connections from Servers to Workstations 3m
- Register a Single JEA Endpoint 2m
- Register Multiple JEA Endpoints 2m
- Test JEA Endpoint Permissions from a Non-administrator 4m
- Security Considerations for JEA 4m
- Privileged Access Management Solution 5m
- Understanding Just in Time Administration 7m