MS - 600 Course 1 : Implement Microsoft Identity
Lecture
Brian Nielsen
Intermediate
1 h 30 m
2020-07-31
Lecture Overview
In this course, students are introduced to deployment considerations for Microsoft Teams. Module topics include migration planning, networking requirements, guest access, information security, client endpoints, and system monitoring. Microsoft Teams Administrators are expected to understand these concepts to successfully deploy Microsoft Teams and promote rapid adoption within their organizations. Students will practice executing Microsoft Teams environment tasks via both the administrator portal and Windows PowerShell.

Related Learning Path(s):
MS - 600 Building Applications and Solutions with Microsoft 365 Core Services
Objectives
  • In this course, students are introduced to deployment considerations for Microsoft Teams. Module topics include migration planning, networking requirements, guest access, information security, client endpoints, and system monitoring. Microsoft Teams Administrators are expected to understand these concepts to successfully deploy Microsoft Teams and promote rapid adoption within their organizations. Students will practice executing Microsoft Teams environment tasks via both the administrator portal and Windows PowerShell.
Pre-Requisites
  • Fundamentals of Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Office 365
  • Experience with scripting environment such as PowerShell or Bash
Lecture Modules
In this module, we’ll cover the following topics for Microsoft Identity: OAuth 2.0 Fundamentals, the overview of the Microsoft Identity Platform. We will also go over understanding authentication and authorization, understanding the Microsoft Identity Platform as well as understanding the supported identity topologies. 
In Module 2 of this course we will cover an overview of the application model. We will also cover how to determine supported account types, describe the registration process and define application roles.
Module 3 will discuss authentication flows and application scenarios. We will also cover how to select authentication and client credentials for app type and authentication flow, configure Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL JS) for endpoint and token cache and use the Microsoft Authentication Library  JavaScript login method. We will wrap up the module with how to call Microsoft Authentication Library  Javascript using an AcquireTokenSilent/AcquireToken pattern. 
In module 4 we will cover the following topics : authorization model overview, plan and configure scopes for dynamic or static permission, configure incremental consent scopes . We will also discuss how to validate an access token,  configure effective permissions for delegated scopes, implement app permissions using roles and use a delegated access token to call a Microsoft API .
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