Manage identity and access in Azure Active Directory

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Learn how to work with subscriptions, users, and groups by configuring Microsoft Azure Active Directory for workloads. This learning path can help you prepare for the Microsoft Certified: Azure Security Engineer Associate certification.

Prerequisites

None

Modules in this learning path

Discuss the basic concepts for protecting your infrastructure and data when you work in the cloud. Understand what responsibilities are yours and what Azure takes care of for you.

The first step to using Azure is to sign up. You may sign up directly through Azure.com, with the help of a Microsoft representative, or through a partner. If you’re new to Azure, you may sign up for an Azure free account to start exploring with $200 USD free credit and free services.

Manage users and groups in Azure Active Directory

Create users in Azure Active Directory. Understand different types of groups. Create a group and add members. Manage business-to-business guest accounts.

Use OpenID Connect in your application to allow users to securely sign in with Azure AD identities.

Learn how to use multi-factor authentication with Azure AD to harden your user accounts.

Evaluate options to manage device identities in Azure AD. Allow users to join devices in Azure AD. Require devices to be marked as compliant. Enable Enterprise State Roaming.

Evaluate self-service password reset to allow users in your organization to reset their passwords or unlock their accounts. Set up, configure, and test self-service password reset.

Add your custom domain to Azure Active Directory. Add DNS information to the domain registrar. Verify your custom domain name in the Azure portal and set it as the primary.