The course will educate you on the details you need to know to be able to start writing PowerShell for Azure AD. By the end, our objective is to make you feel comfortable writing PowerShell to automate common management tasks for Azure AD. We’ll also provide you some real-world examples for where you can use PowerShell to be more consistent and save time.
IT Pros that have experience with Active Directory and wanting to learn how to administer and automate tasks within Azure Active Directory using PowerShell
What You Will Learn
Writing PowerShell for Azure AD
Manage and Provision Contacts, Users, and Groups within Azure AD
Manage Contact, User, and Group properties and extensions within Azure AD
Managing External Users within Azure AD
Define password protections within Azure AD
Managing license assignment within Azure AD
Configure, View, and Manage Azure Applications
Managing Registered Devices within Azure AD
Auditing and Reporting using Azure AD
Automating basic Azure AD tasks with Azure Automation
An Azure / Office 365 Tenant you can use for HOLs
An Azure Subscription for HOLs with Azure Automation
Computer for writing and running remote PowerShell
Basic administrative expertise with Active Directory
Basic administrative experience with Azure Active Directory
Basic PowerShell scripting
PowerShell for Azure Active Directory Management
Module 1 begins with getting connected to Azure AD with PowerShell and overall management options. This will cover using both the MSOL module and Azure AD module for connecting to Azure AD as well as using the cmdlets in those modules. This includes using PowerShell to connect to Azure AD as well as explore all of the cmdlets available by category.
User and Group Management in Azure Active Directory
Module 2 is all about the administration of Users, Contacts and Groups within Azure Active Directory. This module will dive into the creation of Azure Active Directory Users and Groups as well as extending the accounts using extension properties.
Managing External Users and Access in Azure Active Directory
In module 3, you will learn how to invite and create external user accounts that are not local Azure Active Directory accounts. This will include managing External Users as well as lifecycle policies that can be applied.
License Assignment and Account Policies in Azure Active Directory
Module 4 will dig into assigning licenses to Azure Active Directory users. This module will also include defining password protections and policies for better security.
Configuring, Viewing and Managing Azure Active Directory Applications
In module 5, we’ll jump into leveraging Azure Active Directory Applications. This module will also include creating Azure Active Directory applications with different authentication methods such as SAML and OAuth. We will also set credentials using the Azure Key capabilities.
Managing User Devices within Azure Active Directory
Module 4 will scratch the surface of what you can do with PowerShell when it comes to device management. This module will also cover the assignment of devices to end users.
Auditing and Reporting within Azure Active Directory
Module 7 discusses the auditing and reporting capabilities within Azure Active Directory. This includes accessing Azure Active Directory to retrieve usage information. Focus will be on using the Reporting API as well as the Microsoft Graph while using PowerShell.
Automating Basic Azure Active Directory tasks with Azure Automation
Module 8 covers the basics of using the Azure Automation service to automate standard tasks. This includes setting up basic automation flows for standard Azure Active Directory Users, Groups and License Management.
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