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Azure Administrator Certification Badge Exam AZ-103 Microsoft Azure Role Based Certification Training Azure Administration Certification Training

This course helps you prepare for Official Microsoft Azure Certification Exam AZ-103: Microsoft Azure Administrator – and to earn the Azure Administrator Associate badge. For more information on the Azure Administrator Associate badge itself such as benefits of earning this certification badge, prerequisite badges, and the certification paths this badge is associated with, please use the following link to learn more about the Azure Administrator Associate badge:

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This powerful Azure Administrator training boot camp enhances your skills in Azure subscription management, creation and scaling of virtual machines, implementation of storage solutions, configuration of virtual networking, backing up and share data, connecting Azure and on-premises sites, managing network traffic, implementing Azure Active Directory, securing identities, monitoring your solution and more.

This course includes the material of all of the following courses:

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About this Course:

This 4-day course teaches IT Professionals how to manage their Azure
subscriptions, create and scale virtual machines, implement storage
solutions, configure virtual networking, back up and share data, connect
Azure and on-premises sites, manage network traffic, implement Azure Active
Directory, secure identities, and monitor your solution.

Audience profile:

This course is for Azure Administrators. Azure Administrators manage the
cloud services that span storage, networking, and compute cloud
capabilities, with a deep understanding of each service across the full IT
lifecycle. They take end-user requests for new cloud applications and make
recommendations on services to use for optimal performance and scale, as
well as provision, size, monitor and adjust as appropriate. This role
requires communicating and coordinating with vendors. Azure Administrators
use the Azure Portal and as they become more proficient they use PowerShell
and the Command Line Interface.

Prerequisites:

  • Understanding of on-premises virtualization technologies, including:
    VMs, virtual networking, and virtual hard disks.
  • Understanding of network configuration, including TCP/IP, Domain Name
    System (DNS), virtual private networks (VPNs), firewalls, and
    encryption technologies.
  • Understanding of Active Directory concepts, including domains, forests,
    domain controllers, replication, Kerberos protocol, and Lightweight
    Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).
  • Understanding of resilience and disaster recovery, including backup and
    restore operations.

Course Outline

Module 1: Azure Administration

In this module, you’ll learn about to tooling Azure Administrator uses to
manage their infrastructure. This includes the Azure Portal, Cloud Shell,
Azure PowerShell, CLI, Resource Manager, and Resource Manager Templates.
The demonstrations in this module will ensure you are successful in the
course labs.

Lessons

  • Azure Portal and Cloud Shell
  • Azure PowerShell and CLI
  • Resource Manager
  • ARM Templates

Module 2: Azure Virtual Machines

In this module, you’ll learn about Azure virtual machines including
planning, creating, availability and extensions.

Lessons

  • Virtual Machine Planning
  • Creating Virtual Machines
  • Virtual Machine Availability
  • Virtual Machine Extensions

Lab : Deploy and Manage Virtual Machines

Lab : Virtual Machines and Scale Sets

Module 3: Azure Storage

In this module, you’ll learn about basic storage features including storage
accounts, blob storage, Azure files, and storage security.

Lessons

  • Storage Accounts
  • Azure Blobs
  • Azure Files
  • Storage Security

Lab : Implement and Manage Storage

Module 4: Virtual Networking

In this module, you’ll learn about basic virtual networking concepts like
virtual networks, IP addressing, Azure DNS, and network security groups.

Lessons

  • Virtual Networks
  • IP Addressing and Endpoints
  • Azure DNS
  • Network Security Groups

Lab : Configure Azure DNS

Module 5: Intersite Connectivity

In this module, you’ll learn about intersite connectivity features
including VNet Peering, VNet-to-VNet connections, Site-to-Site Connections,
and ExpressRoute.

Lessons

  • VNet Peering
  • VNet-to-VNet Connections
  • ExpressRoute Connections

Lab : VNet Peering and Service Chaining

Module 6: Monitoring

In this module, you’ll learn about monitoring your Azure infrastructure
including Azure Monitor, alerting, log analytics, and Network Watcher.

Lessons

  • Azure Monitor
  • Azure Alerts
  • Log Analytics
  • Network Watcher

Lab : Network Watcher

Module 7: Data Protection

In this module, you’ll learn about data replication strategies, backing up
files and folders, and virtual machine backups.

Lessons

  • Data Replication
  • File and Folder Backups
  • Virtual Machine Backups

Lab : Azure Site Recovery Between Regions

Module 8: Network Traffic Management

In this module, you’ll learn about network traffic strategies including
service endpoints, network routing, Azure Load Balancer, and Azure Traffic
Manager.

Lessons

  • Network Routing
  • Azure Load Balancer
  • Azure Traffic Manager

Lab : Load Balancer and Traffic Manager

Module 9: Azure Active Directory

In this module, you’ll learn about Azure Active Directory (AD) including
Azure AD Connect and Azure AD Join.

Lessons

  • Azure Active Directory
  • Azure AD Connect
  • Azure AD Join

Lab : Implement Directory Synchronization

Module 10: Securing Identities

In this module, you’ll learn how to secure identities including
Multi-Factor Authentication, Azure AD Identity Protection, and Self-Service
Password Reset.

Lessons

  • Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Azure AD Identity Protection
  • Self-Service Password Reset

Lab : Azure AD Identity Protection

Lab : Self-Service Password Reset

Module 11: Governance and Compliance

In this module, you’ll learn about managing your subscriptions and accounts
including role-based access control, users and groups, and Azure policy.

Lessons

  • Subscriptions and Accounts
  • Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
  • Users and Groups
  • Azure Policy

Lab : Role-Based Access Control

Lab : Governance and Compliance

Module 12: Data Services

In this module, you’ll learn how to effectively share data using Import and
Export service, Data Box, Content Delivery Network, and File Sync.

Lessons

  • Content Delivery Network
  • File Sync
  • Import and Export Service
  • Data Box

Lab : File Sync

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Learn how to Install, Configure, Protect and Maintain your Windows 10 in this skill-enhancing Windows 10 Training course.

About this Course


This 5-day Windows 10 training contains the following 4 courses. It
is intended to help you prepare for Exam MD-100.

  • Course MD-100T01: Installing Windows 10
  • Course MD-100T02: Configuring Windows 10
  • Course MD-100T03: Protecting Windows 10
  • Course MD-100T04: Maintaining Windows 10

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MD-100T01 Installing Windows 10

In this 1-day course, students will learn how to support the installation
tasks associated with Windows 10. Students will develop skills that include
learning how to install and customize Windows 10 operating systems.
Students will also learn about the new Windows servicing model and methods
for keeping Windows up to date. The course will conclude with common
post-installation tasks.

Audience Profile

Candidates for this exam are IT professionals who perform installation,
configuration, general local management and maintenance of Windows 10 core
services. Candidates may also be familiar with enterprise scenarios and
cloud-integrated services.

Prerequisite

Learners should start this course already having the following skills:

  • Basic understanding of computer networks and hardware concepts.
  • Basic understanding of OS and Application concepts.
  • Experience with using the Windows OS.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, learners should be able to:

  • Prepare to install Windows 10.
  • Install Windows 10.
  • Configure Updates for Windows.
  • Perform post-installation configuration tasks.

Course Outline

Module 1: Installing Windows

This module covers installing the Windows 10 OS. Students will learn the
different editions of Windows 10, requirements, and new features
introduced. This module covers how to install the OS, as well as methods
for migrations and upgrading. Students will also learn about common tools
used in the deployment process

Lessons

  • Introducing Windows 10
  • Installation Options
  • Requirements for Windows Features
  • Installation Process and Media
  • Upgrading to Windows 10

Lab : Installing Windows 10

  • Upgrading Windows 7 to Windows 10
  • Migrating User Settings

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Understanding the different editions and features of Windows 10.
  • Understand the Windows 10 client installation options.
  • Practice installing Windows 10 using an online virtual machine.

Module 2: Updating Windows

In this module, Students will learn about keeping Windows 10 up-to-date.
Students will be introduced to the new Windows servicing model and how it
applies to various scenarios. Students will learn the various different
methods for updating Windows and applications, as well as managing updates
using tools like group policy and Windows Update for Business.

Lessons

  • Windows Servicing Model
  • Updating Windows
  • Applying Applications and Windows Updates

Lab : Updating Windows 10

  • Configuring Updates for a Single Device
  • Configuring Updates with GPOs

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the Windows servicing model.
  • Configure Windows update settings.
  • Describe updating Windows using WSUS.
  • Describe updating Windows using Windows Update for Business.
  • Configure Windows update using group policy.


Module 3: Post-installation Configuration and Personalization

This module covers common post-installation tasks in Windows 10. Students
will learn how to customize the user interface, as well as using the
control panel and settings app to configure common OS settings. This course
will also introduce students to Windows PowerShell.

Lessons

  • Customize the Windows 10 UI.
  • Configure device specific settings such as power plans and mobile
    device options.
  • Use the Windows control panel and setting app to configure settings.
  • Describe using Windows PowerShell.

Lab : Configuring Windows 10

  • Using the Settings App
  • Using Control Panel Using Control Panel
  • Using Windows PowerShell

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Customize the Windows 10 UI
  • Configure device specific settings such as power plans and mobile
    device options.
  • Use the Windows control panel and setting app to configure settings.
  • Describe using Windows PowerShell.

Module 4: Course Conclusion

Lessons

  • Final Exam

Lab : Graded Lab

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MD-100T02 Configuring Windows 10

In this 2-day course, students will learn how to support the configuration
tasks associated with Windows 10. Students will develop skills that include
managing storage, files, drivers, and printers as well as how to configure
network connectivity for Windows 10. This course will also cover managing
and deploying applications.

Audience Profile

Candidates for this exam are IT professionals who perform installation,
configuration, general local management and maintenance of Windows 10 core
services. Candidates may also be familiar with enterprise scenarios and
cloud-integrated services.


Prerequisite

Candidates for this exam are IT professionals who perform installation,
configuration, general local management and maintenance of Windows 10 core
services. Candidates may also be familiar with enterprise scenarios and
cloud-integrated services.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, learners should be able to:

  • Configure devices and drivers for Windows.
  • Configure storage for Windows.
  • Configure network settings in Windows.
  • Configure remote management of Windows.
  • Configure and manage applications in Windows.
  • Configure Internet Explorer.

Course Outline

Module 1: Configuring Peripherals and Drivers

This module will cover device configuration. Students will learn how device
drivers work and how to install them. Students will also be introduced to
managing and configuring hardware peripherals such as printers.

Lessons

  • Managing Devices and Drivers
  • Managing Printers

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe concepts related to drivers.
  • Install a device driver.
  • Describe printer management concepts.
  • Configure client-side printing and managing print server properties.

Module 2: Configuring Networking

In this module, Students will learn about networking concepts. This module
will introduce to IPv4 and IPv6, and concepts like DNS. Students will learn
how to configure network settings in Windows, as well as learn about
wireless network technologies. The module will conclude with methods of
managing Windows remotely.

Lessons

  • Configure IP Network Connectivity
  • Implement Name Resolution
  • Implement Wireless Network Connectivity
  • Remote Access Overview
  • Remote Management

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of applications.
  • Install applications manually and using automated methods.
  • Manage application deployment using the Windows Store.
  • Learn about web browser features in Windows 10.

Module 3: Configuring Storage

This module covers storage configuration and management in Windows 10.
Students will be introduced to local, cloud and virtual storage options.
This course will also cover configuring storage on client devices and
introduce storage spaces.

Lessons

  • Overview of storage options
  • Using OneDrive
  • Managing Disks, Partitions, and Volumes
  • Maintaining Disks and Volumes
  • Managing Storage Spaces

Lab : Practice Lab: Managing Storage

  • Adding a Disk
  • Creating a Simple Volume
  • Compressing a Folder
  • Enabling Disk Quotas
  • Creating a Storage Space

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the options and benefits of local, cloud, and virtual storage.
  • Configure OneDrive.
  • Configure local disk partitions and volumes.
  • Describe the capabilities and benefits of Storage spaces.

Module 4: Managing Apps in Windows 10

In this module, Students will be introduced to App management in Windows
10. This module will cover the different types of apps and supported
installation methods. Students will learn how to install apps using manual
and automated methods, as well as manage app delivery using the Windows
Store. Finally, this module will cover the differences between Internet
Explorer and Microsoft Edge.

Lessons

  • Providing Apps to Users
  • Managing Universal Windows Apps
  • The Windows Store
  • Web browsers in Windows 10

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of applications.
  • Install applications manually and using automated methods.
  • Manage application deployment using the Windows Store.
  • Learn about web browser features in Windows 10.

Module 5: Course Conclusion

Lessons

  • Final Exam

Lab : Graded Lab

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MD-100T03 Protecting Windows 10

In this 1-day course, students will learn how to secure the Windows 10 OS
and protect the data on the device. Students will be introduced to common
methods used for authentication and access control. This course will teach
how to configure file and folder permissions and creating security
policies. Students will also be introduced to the different types of
external threats and how to leverage features like encryption and
firewalls, as well as tools like Windows Defender.

Audience Profile

Candidates for this exam are IT professionals who perform installation,
configuration, general local management and maintenance of Windows 10 core
services. Candidates may also be familiar with enterprise scenarios and
cloud-integrated services.

Prerequisites

Learners should start this course already having the following skills:

  • Basic understanding of computer networks and hardware concepts.
  • Basic understanding of OS and Application concepts.
  • Experience with using the Windows OS.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, learners should be able to:

  • Configure devices and drivers for Windows.
  • Configure storage for Windows.
  • Configure network settings in Windows.
  • Configure remote management of Windows.
  • Configure and manage applications in Windows.
  • Configure Internet Explorer.

Course Outline

Module 1: Configuring Authorization & Authentication

This module introduces the tools and features of Windows 10 for authorizing
access to Windows 10 clients. Students will learn about methods for how
users sign-in to Windows 10. This module also covers restricting what users
can or cannot do on a device through methods like UAC and account types.

Lessons

  • Using Security Settings to Mitigate Threats
  • Configuring User Account Control
  • Implementing Device Registration
  • Authentication

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the different methods for securing data and the Windows 10 OS.
  • Describe the different types of user and service accounts.
  • Configure Windows Hello.
  • Configure user account control.

Module 2: Configuring Data Access and Usage

In this module, Students will learn about permissions. This module will
cover considerations for different files systems. Students will learn how
to configure file and folder permissions as well as shared folders. The
module will conclude with configuring settings through methods such as
local and group policy.

Lessons

  • Overview of File Systems
  • Configuring and Managing File Access
  • Configuring and Managing Shared Folders
  • Managing Security with Policies

Lab : Configuring and Managing Permissions and Shares

  • Creating, Managing, and Sharing a Folder
  • Using Conditions to Control Access and Effective Permissions

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the differences and benefits of supported file systems.
  • Configure file and folder permissions.
  • Configure shared folders.
  • Secure Windows through local policy settings.

Module 3: Configuring Advanced Management Tools

This module introduces students to protecting devices from external
threats. Students will learn about the different types of common threats.
This module will teach students about using encryption, firewalls, and
IPSec to help protect against threats. The module will conclude with how to
configure and use Windows Defender and AppLocker.

Lessons

  • Configuring Tenant Roles
  • Managing Tenant Health and Services

Lab : Practice Lab: Managing Network Security

  • Creating and Testing Inbound Rules
  • Creating and Testing Outbound Rules
  • Creating and Testing Connection Security Rules
  • Configuring Windows Defender

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify common security threats
  • Describe the methods by which you can mitigate these common security
    threats.
  • Describe the different methods of encryption.
  • Describe how Windows firewall can secure the device.
  • Describe the benefits of using IPSec.
  • Describe the different features of Windows Defender.
  • Describe the benefits of using AppLocker.

Module 4: Hands-On Lab

Lessons

  • Final Exam

Lab : Graded Lab

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MD-100T04 Maintaining Windows 10

In this 1-day course, students will learn how to manage and troubleshoot
Windows 10. This course will deep-dive into the architecture and tools used
for managing, monitoring, and troubleshooting the OS, Apps, and hardware.
Students will learn about proactive and troubleshooting methodology, and
how to identify and mitigate common issues.

Audience Profile

Candidates for this exam are IT professionals who perform installation,
configuration, general local management and maintenance of Windows 10 core
services. Candidates may also be familiar with enterprise scenarios and
cloud-integrated services.

Prerequisites

Learners should start this course already having the following skills:

  • Basic understanding of computer networks and hardware concepts.
  • Basic understanding of OS and Application concepts.
  • Experience with using the Windows OS.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, learners should be able to:

  • Use Windows troubleshooting and monitoring tools.
  • Troubleshoot Windows installations.
  • Troubleshoot application installation issues.
  • Troubleshoot web browser settings.
  • Troubleshoot Windows authentication.
  • Troubleshoot hardware issues related to Windows machines.

Course Outline

Module 1: Supporting the Windows 10 Environment

This module will cover the Windows 10 architecture and common environments.
Students will be introduced to the various tools used in maintaining
Windows. This module will also discuss methodologies for effectively
troubleshooting issues and how to proactively manage and optimize Windows
10.

Lessons

  • Troubleshooting Windows
  • Troubleshooting Tools

Lab : Practice Lab: Monitoring Windows 10

  • Monitoring Events
  • Monitoring Reliability and Performance

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the Windows architecture.
  • Describe key stages in troubleshooting.
  • Describe the purpose and benefits of the various tools in Windows.
  • Use monitoring tools to establish a performance baseline.
  • Optimize performance on Windows 10 clients.

Module 2: Troubleshooting the Windows OS

In this module, Students will learn how to troubleshoot startup and service
issues related to the operating system. This module will teach the
different startup and recovery options, and how to troubleshoot different
Windows services.

Lessons

  • Troubleshooting Windows Startup
  • Troubleshooting Operating System Service Issues
  • Troubleshooting Sign-In Issues

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the various methods identifying and recovering from startup
    issues.
  • Describe when to use the various advanced startup options.
  • Identify and disable a failed service
  • Identify and mitigate common locked account scenarios.

Module 3: Troubleshooting Files & Applications

This module helps students plan for file backup and recovery. Students will
learn how to plan and configure data protection strategies and how to
perform various file and system recovery methods. This module also includes
common methods for troubleshooting application installation issues,
compatibility issues, and resolving browser issues.

Lessons

  • File Recovery in Windows 10
  • Application Troubleshooting

Lab : Troubleshooting Desktop Apps

  • Troubleshooting AppLocker Policy Applications
  • Troubleshooting Application Compatibility Issues
  • Troubleshooting Microsoft Internet Explorer Issues
  • Troubleshooting Microsoft Edge Issues

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the different methods of file recovery.
  • Configure Windows 10 to support individual file and system recovery.
  • Recover a device using the Reset This PC function.
  • Solve application compatibility issues with the Application
    Compatibility Toolkit.
  • Troubleshoot common browser issues.

Module 4: Troubleshooting Hardware and Drivers

This module introduces hardware troubleshooting. Students will learn about
driver management and how to troubleshoot devices. Students will also learn
steps for troubleshooting system hardware and external peripherals such as
USB drives and printers, including diagnostic methods and remediation.

Lessons

  • Troubleshooting Device Driver Failures
  • Overview of Hardware Troubleshooting
  • Troubleshooting Physical Failures

Lab : Troubleshooting Device Driver Issues

  • Troubleshooting a Missing Device Driver
  • Resolving Hardware Problems
  • Resolving device driver problem
  • Configuring Group Policy Settings to Control Device Installation

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Troubleshoot and remediate driver issues.
  • Troubleshoot Peripherals
  • Diagnose and replace hardware.

Module 5: Course Conclusion

Lessons

  • Final Exam

Lab : Graded Lab

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Modern Workplace Modern Desktop Administrator Associate Badge Exams MD-100 Windows 10 MD-101 Managing Modern Desktops

About this Course

In this course, students will learn how to support and configure Windows 10 desktops in an organizational environment. Students will develop skills that include learning how to install, customize, and update Windows 10 operating systems. Students will learn how to managing storage, files, and devices as well as how to configure network connectivity for Windows 10. Students will also learn how to secure the Windows 10 OS and protect the data on the device. Finally, students will learn how to manage and troubleshoot Windows 10.

Audience profile

Candidates for this exam are IT professionals who perform installation, configuration, general local management and maintenance of Windows 10 core services. Candidates may also be familiar with enterprise scenarios and cloud-integrated services.

Skills gained

  • Install and customize Windows 10
  • Configure Updates for Windows.
  • Configure devices and drivers for Windows.
  • Configure storage for Windows.
  • Configure network and remote management settings in Windows.
  • Configure and manage browsers and applications in Windows.
  • Configure account access and authentication.
  • Configure file and folder permissions.
  • Describe methods for securing Windows 10, common threats and methods for mitigating against them.
  • Troubleshoot Windows and application installations.
  • Troubleshoot hardware and driver issues.
  • Troubleshoot file issues and perform recoveries.

Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of computer networks and hardware concepts.
  • Basic understanding of OS and Application concepts.
  • Experience with using the Windows OS.

Course outline

Module 1: Installing Windows

This module covers installing the Windows 10 OS. Students will learn the different editions of Windows 10, requirements, and new features introduced. This module covers how to install the OS, as well as methods for migrations and upgrading. Students will also learn about common tools used in the deployment process.

Lessons

  • Introducing Windows 10
  • Windows 10 Editions and Requirements
  • Deployment Options
  • Upgrading to Windows 10
  • Deployment Tools

Lab : In-place upgrade of Win7 to Win 10

Lab : Migrating User Settings using USMT

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Understanding the different editions and features of Windows 10.
  • Understand the Windows 10 client installation options.
  • Practice installing Windows 10.
  • Migrate content using the User State Migration Tool.

Module 2: Post-installation Configuration and Personalization

This module covers common post-installation tasks in Windows 10. Students will learn how to customize the user interface, as well as using the control panel and settings app to configure common OS settings. This course will also introduce students to Windows PowerShell. This module will cover how device drivers work and how they work. Students will also be introduced to managing and configuring hardware peripherals such as printers.

Lessons

  • Configure and Customize the Windows Start Menu
  • Common Configuration Options
  • Advanced Configuration Methods
  • Managing Drivers and Devices

Lab : Using Settings App & Control Panel

Lab : Using Group Policy Objects

Lab : Using PowerShell to Configure Windows

Lab : Managing local and network printers

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Customize the Windows 10 UI
  • Configure device specific settings such as power plans and mobile device options.
  • Use the Windows control panel and setting app to configure settings.
  • Perform tasks using Windows PowerShell.
  • Describe concepts related to drivers.
  • Describe printer management concepts.
  • Configure client-side printing and managing print server properties.

Module 3: Updating Windows in Windows 10

In this module, Students will learn about keeping Windows 10 up-to-date. Students will be introduced to the new Windows servicing model and how it applies to various scenarios. Students will learn the various different methods for updating Windows and applications, as well as managing updates using tools like group policy and Windows Update for Business.

Lessons

  • Windows Servicing Model
  • Updating Windows

Lab : Updating Windows 10

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the Windows servicing model.
  • Configure Windows update settings.
  • Describe updating Windows using WSUS.
  • Describe updating Windows using Windows Update for Business.
  • Configure Windows update using group policy.

Module 4: Configuring Networking

In this module, Students will learn about networking concepts. This module will introduce to IPv4 and IPv6, and concepts like DNS. Students will learn how to configure network settings in Windows, as well as learn about wireless network technologies. The module will conclude with methods of managing Windows remotely.

Lessons

  • Configure IP Network Connectivity
  • Implement Name Resolution
  • Implement Wireless Network Connectivity
  • Remote Access Overview
  • Remote Management

Lab : Configuring Network Connectivity

Lab : Configuring and Testing Name Resolution

Lab : Remote Management

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Configure IP network connectivity.
  • Describe how name resolution works.
  • Describe remote access technologies like VPNs.
  • Configure Windows for remote management and access.

Module 5: Configuring Storage

This module covers storage configuration and management in Windows 10. Students will be introduced to local, cloud and virtual storage options. This course will also cover configuring storage on client devices and introduce storage spaces.

Lessons

  • Overview of storage options
  • Managing Local Storage
  • Maintaining Disks and Volumes
  • Managing Storage Spaces

Lab : Managing Storage

Lab : Compressing Folders

Lab : Enabling Disk Quotas

Lab : Creating a Storage Space

Lab : Synchronizing files with OneDrive

  • Describe the options and benefits of local, cloud, and virtual storage.
  • Configure OneDrive.
  • Configure local disk partitions and volumes.
  • Describe the capabilities and benefits of Storage spaces.

Module 6: Managing Apps in Windows 10

In this module, Students will be introduced to App management in Windows 10. This module will cover the different types of apps and supported installation methods. Students will learn how to install apps using manual and automated methods, as well as manage app delivery using the Windows Store. Finally, this module will cover the differences between Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.

Lessons

  • Providing Apps to Users
  • Managing Universal Windows Apps
  • Web Browsers in Windows 10

Lab : Sideloading an App

Lab : Installing and Updating Microsoft Store Apps

Lab : Configuring Internet Explorer Enterprise Mode

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of applications.
  • Install applications manually and using automated methods.
  • Manage application deployment using the Windows Store.
  • Learn about web browser features in Windows 10.

Module 7: Configuring Authorization & Authentication

This module introduces the tools and features of Windows 10 for authorizing access to Windows 10 clients. Students will learn about methods for how users sign-in to Windows 10. This module also covers restricting what users can or cannot do on a device through methods like UAC and account types.

Lessons

  • Authentication
  • Configuring User Account Control
  • Implementing Device Registration

Lab : Joining a Domain

Lab : Creating Security Policies

Lab : Configuring UAC

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the different methods for securing data and the Windows 10 OS.
  • Describe the different types of user and service accounts.
  • Configure Windows Hello.
  • Configure user account control.

Module 8: Configuring Data Access and Usage

In this module, Students will learn about permissions. This module will cover considerations for different files systems. Students will learn how to configure file and folder permissions as well as shared folders. The module will conclude with configuring settings through methods such as local and group policy.

Lessons

  • Overview of File Systems
  • Configuring and Managing File Access
  • Configuring and Managing Shared Folders

Lab : Creating, Managing, and Sharing a Folder

Lab : Using Conditions to Control Access and Effective Permissions

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the differences and benefits of supported file systems.
  • Configure file and folder permissions.
  • Configure shared folders.
  • Secure Windows through local policy settings.

Module 9: Configuring Threat Protection and Advanced Security

This module introduces students to protecting devices from external threats. Students will learn about the different types of common threats. This module will teach students about using encryption, firewalls, and IPSec to help protect against threats. The module will conclude with how to configure and use Windows Defender and AppLocker.

Lessons

  • Malware and Threat Protection
  • Windows Defender
  • Connection Security Rules
  • Advanced Protection Methods

Lab : Configuring Windows Defender

Lab : Creating Firewall Rules

Lab : Creating Connection Security Rules

Lab : Using EFS

Lab : Using Bitlocker

Lab : Configuring AppLocker

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify common security threats .
  • Describe the methods by which you can mitigate these common security threats.
  • Describe the different methods of encryption.
  • Describe how Windows firewall can secure the device.
  • Describe the benefits of using IPSec.
  • Describe the different features of Windows Defender.
  • Describe the benefits of using AppLocker.

Module 10: Supporting the Windows 10 Environment

This module will cover the Windows 10 architecture and common environments. Students will be introduced to the various tools used in maintaining Windows. This module will also discuss methodologies for effectively troubleshooting issues and how to proactively manage and optimize Windows 10.

Lessons

  • Windows Architecture
  • Support and Diagnostic Tools
  • Monitoring and Troubleshooting Computer Performance

Lab : Monitoring Events

Lab : Monitoring Reliability and Performance

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the Windows architecture.
  • Describe key stages in troubleshooting.
  • Describe the purpose and benefits of the various tools in Windows.
  • Use monitoring tools to establish a performance baseline
  • Optimize performance on Windows 10 clients.

Module 11: Troubleshooting Files & Applications

This module helps students plan for file backup and recovery. Students will learn how to plan and configure data protection strategies and how to perform various file and system recovery methods. This module also includes common methods for troubleshooting application installation issues, compatibility issues, and resolving browser issues.

Lessons

  • File Recovery in Windows 10
  • Application Troubleshooting

Lab : Using File History to Recover Files

Lab : Troubleshooting Desktop Apps

Lab : Troubleshooting Application Compatibility Issues

Lab : Troubleshooting Microsoft Edge Issues

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the different methods of file recovery.
  • Configure Windows 10 to support individual file and system recovery.
  • Recover a device using the Reset This PC function.
  • Solve application compatibility issues with the Application Compatibility Toolkit.
  • Troubleshoot common browser issues.

Module 12: Troubleshooting the OS

In this module, Students will learn how to troubleshoot startup and service issues related to the operating system. This module will teach the different startup and recovery options, and how to troubleshoot different Windows services.

Lessons

  • Troubleshooting Windows Startup
  • Troubleshooting Operating System Service Issues

Lab : Recovering using Reset This PC

Lab : Recovering using a Restore Point

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the various methods identifying and recovering from startup issues.
  • Describe when to use the various advanced startup options.
  • Identify and disable a failed service.
  • Identify and mitigate common locked account scenarios.

Module 13: Troubleshooting Hardware and Drivers

This module introduces hardware troubleshooting. Students will learn about driver management and how to troubleshoot devices. Students will also learn steps for troubleshooting system hardware and external peripherals such as USB drives and printers, including diagnostic methods and remediation.

Lessons

  • Troubleshooting Device Driver Failures
  • Overview of Hardware Troubleshooting
  • Troubleshooting Physical Failures

Lab : Recovering using Driver Rollback

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Troubleshoot and remediate driver issues.
  • Troubleshoot Peripherals
  • Diagnose and replace hardware.

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About this course:

This course provides foundational knowledge on the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model, with a specific focus on Microsoft 365 cloud service offerings. You will begin by learning about cloud fundamentals, including an overview of cloud computing and specifically Microsoft cloud services. You will be introduced to Microsoft Azure, and you will examine the differences between Microsoft 365 and Office 365. You will then perform an in-depth review of Microsoft 365, including a comparison of Microsoft on-premises services versus Microsoft 365 cloud services, a review of enterprise mobility in Microsoft 365, and an analysis of how Microsoft 365 services provide collaboration. The course then analyzes how security, compliance, privacy, and trust are handled in Microsoft 365, and it concludes with a review of Microsoft 365 subscriptions, licenses, billing, and support.

Course Objective:

  • Differentiate between the various cloud service models
  • Identify the key differences between Microsoft 365 and Office 365
  • Plan for migration to Microsoft 365 services
  • Identify key differences between Microsoft on-premises services vs. Microsoft 365 cloud services
  • Define enterprise mobility in Microsoft 365
  • Identify how Microsoft 365 services provide collaboration
  • Understand identities, including cloud, on-premises, and hybrid identity
  • Understand cloud device management and protection, including the use of Intune
  • Understand data protection, including the use of Azure Information Protection
  • Describe compliance in general and the compliance features in Microsoft 365
  • Describe Microsoft 365 subscriptions, licenses, billing, and support

Audience:

This course is designed for IT Professionals who aspire to deploy and manage cloud services in their organization, or who are simply looking to acquire foundational knowledge on cloud fundamentals. This includes the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services in general and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model specifically, with a general focus on Microsoft 365 cloud service offerings.

Prerequisite:

This course is designed for IT Professionals who aspire to deploy and manage cloud services in their organization. Students should have the following background:

General IT knowledge or any general experience working in an IT environment

General (sales level) experience on corresponding Microsoft on-premises products, such as Exchange Server, SharePoint, Office Professional, AD RMS and others

Experience addressing business/legal/security requirements for IT

Module 1: Understanding Cloud Fundamentals

Lessons

  • Cloud Computing Overview
  • Microsoft Cloud Services
  • Migration to cloud services

Lab : Cloud Fundamentals

Exercise 1: Determine the appropriate cloud model (paper-based lab)

Module 2: Microsoft 365 Fundamentals

Lessons

  • Microsoft 365 core services
  • Microsoft on-premise services vs. Microsoft 365 cloud services
  • Enterprise Mobility in Microsoft 365
  • Collaboration in Microsoft 365

Lab : Enabling and configuring a Microsoft 365 tenant

Exercise 1: Activating and configuring a Microsoft 365 tenant

Exercise 2: Exploring the Microsoft 365 user and admin portal

Exercise 3: Configuring new user and group accounts

Module 3: Security, Compliance, Privacy and Trust in Microsoft 365

Lessons

  • Organization security overview
  • Identity basics
  • Devices and data protection
  • Compliance in Microsoft 365

Lab : Security in Microsoft 365

Exercise1: Managing users and devices in Azure Active Directory

Exercise2: Evaluate Identity Protection

Exercise3: Explore tools for compliance

Module 4: Subscriptions and support in Microsoft 365

Lessons

  • Microsoft 365 Subscriptions, licenses, and billing
  • Support in Microsoft 365

Lab : Managing subscriptions, licensing and support in M365

Exercise 1: Explore interfaces for billing and subscriptions

Exercise 2: Add trial licenses to the tenant

Exercise 3: Review support options

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Course Overview

This course provides foundational knowledge on the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model, with a specific focus on Microsoft 365 cloud service offerings. You will begin by learning about cloud fundamentals, including an overview of cloud computing and specifically Microsoft cloud services. You will be introduced to Microsoft Azure, and you will examine the differences between Microsoft 365 and Office 365. You will then perform an in-depth review of Microsoft 365, including a comparison of Microsoft on-premises services versus Microsoft 365 cloud services, a review of enterprise mobility in Microsoft 365, and an analysis of how Microsoft 365 services provide collaboration. The course then analyzes how security, compliance, privacy, and trust are handled in Microsoft 365, and it concludes with a review of Microsoft 365 subscriptions, licenses, billing, and support.

Audience profile

This course is designed for Business Decision Makers and IT Professionals who aspire to deploy cloud services in their organization, or who are simply looking to acquire foundational knowledge on cloud fundamentals. This includes the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services in general and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model specifically, with a general focus on Microsoft 365 cloud service offerings.

Skills gained

  • Differentiate between the various cloud service models.
  • Identify the key differences between Microsoft 365 subscriptions.
  • Plan for migration to Microsoft 365 services.
  • Identify key differences between Microsoft on-premises services and Microsoft 365 cloud services.
  • Identify how Microsoft 365 services support teamwork.
  • Describe identities, including cloud, on-premises, and hybrid identity.
  • Describe cloud device management and protection, including the use of Intune.
  • Describe data protection, including the use of Azure Information Protection.
  • Describe compliance in general and the compliance features in Microsoft 365.
  • Describe Microsoft 365 subscriptions, licenses, billing, and support

Prerequisites

This course is designed for Business Decision Makers and IT Professionals who aspire to deploy cloud services in their organization. Students should have the following background:

  • General knowledge of networking, computing, and cloud concepts

Course outline

Module 1: Cloud concepts

Explore the core concepts of cloud computing and how it can help your business.

Lessons

  • Principles of cloud computing
  • What is Microsoft 365?
  • Select a cloud deployment

Module 2: Microsoft 365 productivity and teamwork capabilities

Learn about the productivity and teamwork solutions in Microsoft 365 and the capabilities that help people be more productive using Microsoft 365 – The World’s Productivity Cloud.

Lessons

  • Microsoft 365 productivity and teamwork solutions
  • Engage employees with Microsoft Stream, Teams, and Yammer
  • Get more done with Office across all devices
  • File storage and sharing with OneDrive and SharePoint

Module 3: Microsoft 365 business management capabilities

Learn about the business management solutions in Microsoft 365 and the capabilities that help organizations be more productive using Microsoft 365 – The World’s Productivity Cloud.

Lessons

  • Manage your business with Microsoft 365
  • Simplify device management with Microsoft Endpoint Manager
  • Get more done and stay secure with Windows 10
  • Harness business intelligence with Microsoft 365 analytics and reporting

Module 4: Microsoft 365 security and compliance

Learn about the Microsoft 365 security and compliance solutions areas and the capabilities available to help enterprises secure their enterprise and meet regulatory requirements.

Lessons

  • Security principles and solution areas
  • Identity and access management
  • Threat protection
  • Cloud security
  • Information protection and governance
  • Compliance management
  • Manage risk, discovery, and audit

Module 5: Microsoft 365 Licensing and support

Learn more about Microsoft 365 licensing, service, and support options.

Lessons

  • Identify licensing options available in Microsoft 365
  • Describe support offerings in Microsoft 365 services
  • Describe the service life cycle in Microsoft 365

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About This Course

Dynamics 365 is a multi-faceted tool for customer engagement, unified
operations, marketing, retail and talent management. This course will
familiarize the learner with Dynamics 365 functionality and business value.
The course will cover Dynamics 365 applications, the Power Platform, cloud
concepts, the security model, and licensing considerations.

Prerequisites:

A basic understanding of IT principles and an interest in Dynamics 365.

At Course Completion

Upon completion of the Dynamics 365 fundamentals course, students will be
able to:

  • Identify the key functionalities and modules of Dynamics 365
  • Describe cloud concepts
  • Describe the Dynamics 365 security model
  • Explain licensing and deployment considerations

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Business Applications
In this module, all Business Application modules and
functionalities will be introduced, focusing on
Customer Engagement, Unified Operations, the Power
Platform, and their corresponding business
applications.
Lessons
  • Overview of apps
  • Apps for Customer Engagement
  • Apps for Unified Operations
  • The Power Platform
  • Application basics
Module 2: Cloud concepts
In this module, we discuss high-level cloud concepts
and introduce Microsoft’s cloud offering, Azure,
examining its relationship with Dynamics 365.
Lessons
  • Overview of cloud architecture
  • Different types of cloud services available
  • Comparing cloud offerings with corresponding
    on-premises offerings
Module 3: Managing deployments and releases
In this module, we cover important implementation
considerations, including types of deployments, release
cadences, and security model design.
Lessons
  • Types of deployments
  • Types of releases
  • Security concepts and roles
  • Roles and teams
  • GDPR
Module 4: Licensing, onboarding and support
This module empowers the learner to get started with
Dynamics 365 by exploring licensing options and finding
implementation support.
Lessons
  • Finding and working with a partner
  • Licensing options
  • Getting set up

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Dynamics 365 is a multi-faceted tool for customer engagement, unified operations, marketing, retail and talent management. This course will familiarize the learner with Dynamics 365 functionality and business value. The course will cover Dynamics 365 applications, the Power Platform, cloud concepts, the security model, and licensing considerations. This course will help you prepare for Official Dynamics 365 Certification Exam MB-900: Dynamics 365 Fundamentals – and this course helps you prepare to earn the Business Applications Fundamentals badge (Dynamics 365 Fundamentals badge)

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Take your organization higher and learn how Dynamics 365 can give you the keys to make your business more valuable and easier to manage than ever before.

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Business Applications

In this module, all Business Application modules and functionalities will be introduced, focusing on Customer Engagement, Unified Operations, the Power Platform, and their corresponding business applications.

Lessons

  • Overview of apps
  • Apps for Customer Engagement
  • Apps for Unified Operations
  • The Power Platform
  • Application basics

Module 2: Cloud concepts

In this module, we discuss high-level cloud concepts and introduce Microsoft’s cloud offering, Azure, examining its relationship with Dynamics 365.

Lessons

  • Overview of cloud architecture
  • Different types of cloud services available
  • Comparing cloud offerings with corresponding on-premises offerings

Module 3: Managing deployments and releases

In this module, we cover important implementation considerations, including types of deployments, release cadences, and security model design.

Lessons

  • Types of deployments
  • Types of releases
  • Security concepts and roles
  • Roles and teams
  • GDPR

Module 4: Licensing, onboarding and support

This module empowers the learner to get started with Dynamics 365 by exploring licensing options and finding implementation support.

Lessons

  • Finding and working with a partner
  • Licensing options
  • Getting set up

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Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Training Course 806896 Distribution and Trade AX MB6-896

This course discusses supply chain management in the Dynamics 365 suite of apps

Audience profile

A Dynamics 365 Finance Functional Consultant is responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless extensibility, application and service integrations.

Skills gained

  • Manage inventory and warehousing in Dynamics 365

Course outline

Module 1: Supply Management

To configure the inventory, you should first understand daily operations of the inventory. In this lesson we first discuss inbound and outbound inventory operations.

This module explains how to configure Inventory components for supply chain management processes in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure serial and batch numbers
  • Configure inventory breakdown
  • Configure inventory and warehouse journals
  • Configure inventory dimensions
  • Inventory closing and adjustment
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

Perform inbound and outbound inventory operations

  • Configure Inventory parameters
  • Configure Tracking number groups
  • Configure inventory breakdown
  • Configure inventory and warehouse Journals
  • Configure units

Module 2: Use Inventory Journals

This topic explains how to use Inventory journals in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Use inventory journals
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

Use movement journals

  • Use inventory adjustment journals
  • Use transfer journals
  • Use counting and tag counting journals
  • Use item arrival journals
  • Use consignment journals

Module 3: Use Inventory Reports

This topic explains how to use Inventory reports for supply chain management processes in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Understand ABC classification
  • Use other inventory inquiries and reports
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

Understand ABC Classification

  • Use Inventory inquires and reports

Module 4: Create Products and Product Masters

Product information management in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is for the creation and maintenance of an Enterprise Products Repository. It supports larger organizations in a centralized, structured approach in creating and maintaining core master data such as product definitions. Smaller organizations that require a more decentralized approach can, with some restrictions, create and maintain their respective products while their products are automatically added to the shared products repository.

This topic explains how to configure products for supply chain management processes in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Create products
  • Create product masters with variants
  • Create and configure attributes and category hierarchies
  • Configure item pricing
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

Create products as type item and service

  • Configure default order settings
  • Create Product masters with predefined variants
  • Create and configure category hierarchies
  • Create product attributes

Module 5: Create Bill of Materials

A bill of materials is a comprehensive list of all the components, parts, raw materials, assemblies and their quantities that are required to make a finished product.

This module explains how create bill of materials and BOM versions by using BOM designer in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Use BOM designer
  • Practice lab
  • Module summary

Create Bill of materials and BOM versions by using BOM designer

Module 6: Configure and Perform the Procure-to-Purchase Process

This topic explains how to configure and perform the procure-to-purchase process in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Procurement and sourcing business scenario
  • Create purchase requisition workflow
  • Create purchase requisitions
  • Create request for quotation
  • Use procurement policies
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

Apply the procurement and sourcing processes in a business scenario

  • Use procurement policies
  • Create and maintain vendors
  • Create purchase requisitions
  • Create request for quotes

Module 7: Configure Vendor Collaborations

This topic explains how configure vendor collaborations in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure vendor collaborators
  • Use vendor collaboration
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

Configure the Vendor Collaborations

  • Work with vendor collaboration workspace
  • Use vendor collaboration as part of procure-to-pay process

Module 8: Configure and Perform the Purchase-to-Pay Process

The Purchase Orders module reviews the process that is required to create and manage purchase orders in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. A company uses purchase orders to record information about the goods and services they are purchasing from various vendors.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Create purchase orders
  • Use purchase order change management
  • Use item orders and arrival
  • Manage over and under delivery and charges
  • Create vendor returns
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

Understand overview of the purchase-to-pay scenario

  • Use purchase order change management
  • Create a Purchase order
  • Use Item arrivals and Arrival overview
  • Generate and Post the Invoice
  • Create an invoice journal
  • Generate and post the vendor payments
  • Create vendor returns

Module 9: Configure and Use Agreements

This topic explains how to configure and use agreement in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Maintain trade agreements
  • Create sales agreements
  • Create purchase agreements
  • Configure trade allowance
  • Configure brokerage
  • Configure royalties
  • Configure rebates
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

Maintain trade agreements

  • Configure smart rounding
  • Create Sales agreements
  • Use procurement policies
  • Create Purchase agreements
  • Configure trade allowance
  • Configure brokerage
  • Configure royalties
  • Configure rebates

Module 10: Configure and Use the Order-to-Cash Process

This topic explains how to configure and use the order-to-cash process in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Understand the order-to-cash scenario
  • Configure and use commissions
  • Configure customer and item search
  • Create and confirm sales quotations and orders
  • Configure order promising
  • Configure order hold codes
  • Print and post picking lists
  • Process customer returns
  • Practice Lab
  • Module Summary

Perform the order-to-cash process

  • Configure and use commissions
  • Configure customer and item search
  • Create and confirm Sales quotations
  • Create and confirm Sales orders
  • Print and post picking lists
  • Generate and post the invoice
  • Configure order hold codes
  • Process customer returns

Module 11: Configure and Use Quality Control and Management Processes

In this module, we describe how to configure and use quality control in Finance and Operations, how you can use quality control functionality, how to define and maintain nonconformances, and how to handle corrections.

But let’s first get familiar with the quality management overall processes.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Perform quality control and management processes
  • Apply inventory blocking
  • Perform quarantine management
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

Perform Quality Control and Quality Management Processes

  • Apply inventory blocking
  • Perform quarantine management

Module 12: Configure and Use Intercompany Trade Relations

The Intercompany functionality in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations provides a mechanism for the consolidation of static and dynamic data from multiple companies as separate legal entities in a single database.

Intercompany Trade enables globally dispersed manufacturing sites, distribution centers, and sales subsidiaries to act as one unified organization.

This topic explains how to configure and use the intercompany trade relations and process intercompany orders in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Understand intercompany trading
  • Setup intercompany trade relations
  • Process intercompany chain orders
  • Setup intercompany agreements and direct deliveries
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

Configure products for Intercompany trade relations

  • Configure intercompany trade relationships
  • Configure intercompany agreements
  • Process Intercompany orders
  • Process Intercompany direct deliveries
  • Process Intercompany charges
  • Understand intercompany return order chain

Module 13: Configure and Use Master Planning

This topic explains how to configure and use the master planning in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Master planning considerations and setup
  • Create master plans
  • Learn about demand and supply forecasts
  • Configure item coverage
  • Brief introduction to intercompany planning
  • Run plans and firm planned orders
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

Define master planning Policies

  • Learn about Demand and Supply Forecasts
  • Configure calculated delays
  • Configure Item coverage
  • Understand brief introduction to intercompany master planning
  • Run plans and firm planned orders

Module 14: Configure Warehouse Management

The Warehouse management module for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations lets you manage warehouse processes in manufacturing, distribution, and retail companies.

It has a wide range of features to support the warehouse facility at an optimal level, at any time. Warehouse management is fully integrated with other business processes in Finance and Operations such as transportation, manufacturing, quality control, purchase, transfer, sales, and returns.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure warehouse management setup
  • Understand reservation hierarchies
  • Location directives and work templates
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

Configure Warehouse management parameters

  • Create warehouses and locations
  • Configure work pools, zones, location format, and profiles
  • Create reservation hierarchies
  • Configure location directives
  • Configure Waves
  • Configure Loads
  • Configure Inventory statuses
  • Configure cycle counting
  • Configure packing and containerization
  • Set up and generate labels

Module 15: Configure Mobile Devices for Warehouse Management

This topic explains how to configure Mobile device setup for Warehouse Management in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure mobile devices
  • Practice Lab
  • Module summary

Create new work classes

  • Configure mobile devices
  • Configure menu items for activities and inquiries
  • Configure menu items to create work for another worker or process
  • Configure menu items to process existing work
  • Define the layout of mobile device menus
  • Configure the basic look and feel of mobile devices
  • Create mobile device users
  • Set up label layouts and define settings for printing labels

Module 16: Use Warehouse Management

Before you can use the Mobile device for Warehouse management you need to install the application. This topic explains how to use warehouse management processes in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure mobile device
  • Inbound operations
  • Cycle counting
  • Transfers and replenishment
  • Outbound operations
  • Cluster picking
  • Packing and containerization
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

Inbound operations

  • Outbound operations
  • Cluster Picking
  • Packing and containerization
  • Cycle counting
  • Transfers and replenishment

Module 17: Configure Transportation Management

This module gives an overview of the Transportation management functionality in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and teaches you how to configure and use Transportation management.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Planning and configuring transportation management
  • Procedures
  • Routing and transportation flows
  • Transportation engines and freight management
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

Transportation planning

  • Routing
  • Rating
  • Inbound operations
  • Load processes
  • Outbound operations

Module 18: Course Conclusion

Final assessment and course summary, as well as a post-course survey for the course.

Lessons

  • Final assessment
  • Course summary
  • Post-course survey

You will have completed the course.