Windows 10 (MD-101) Available on CBT Nuggets!

Windows 10 MD-101

The complete playlist awaits you for MD-101:

Recommended Approach to MD-100 and MD-101

Are you getting ready for the MD-100 and MD-101 exams? I highly recommend you study for both – and then take the exams back to back. There is plenty of carryover between the two exams just as we had in the last version of Windows 10 exams. Specifically, there are elements of MD-101 that make their way into MD-100! Not so much carryover in the other direction.

MD-100 can be found here:

The Full Nugget Coverage for MD-101

Here are the glorious Nuggets of knowledge that await you. These Nuggets include step-by-step demonstration, and also feature many hands-on labs where you will take control of your own Windows 10 infrastructure. The Hands-On Labs are real Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 systems! We do not do simulations!

Microsoft Windows 10: Deploy and Update

Microsoft is REALLY excited about Windows Autopilot. Notice that a good part of the Deploy and Update section explores this exciting new technology. Here is the Nugget lineup for this part:

  1. Windows 10 Deployment Scenarios
  2. Managing Provisioning Packages
  3. Windows Autopilot Deployment Options
  4. Windows Autopilot Requirements
  5. Adding Devices to Autopilot
  6. Adding Devices to Autopilot Using Intune
  7. Using Autopilot Deployment Profiles
  8. Piloting a Windows Autopilot Deployment
  9. Windows Analytics
  10. Setting Up Windows Analytics in Azure
  11. Performing an In-Place Upgrade
  12. System Imaging
  13. Restoring a System Image
  14. Exploring Windows Update for Business
  15. Configuring Windows Update for Business with Intune

Windows 10: Manage and Protect

This part of MD-101 features fun looks at surrounding technologies like Windows Defender variations, Microsoft Azure Active Directory, and Microsoft Intune. Here is the Nugget lineup for this part:

  1. Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection
  2. Windows Defender Credential Guard
  3. Windows Defender Exploit Guard
  4. Windows Defender Application Control
  5. Windows Defender Application Guard
  6. Introducing Azure AD
  7. Understanding Azure AD Terminology
  8. Understanding Azure AD Licenses
  9. Device Management in Azure AD
  10. Planning your Azure AD Join
  11. Creating a Custom Domain in Azure AD
  12. Creating Azure AD Users and Groups
  13. Performing an Azure AD Join
  14. Planning for Device Intune Enrollment
  15. Performing Intune Device Enrollment
  16. Intune Inventory

Windows 10: Policies and Profiles

How are you going to manage all those Windows 10 systems and the many mobile devices used in the Enterprise today? The good news is you have more options than ever. This section examines these options in detail. Here is the Nugget lineup for this part:

  1. Transitioning to Modern Management
  2. Windows 10 Co-Management
  3. Configuring Co-Management Precedence
  4. GP Versus MDM Policies
  5. Conditional Access Policies
  6. Intune Device Compliance Policies
  7. Intune Device Profiles
  8. Configuring and Managing Device Profiles 

Windows 10: Manage Apps and Data

Deploying apps to your users and securing the apps and data has never been easier. Here is the Nugget lineup for this part:

  1. Deploying Apps with Microsoft Store for Business
  2. Deploying Apps with Intune
  3. Gathering O365 Readiness Data
  4. Assigning O365 Apps with Intune
  5. Sideloading Apps
  6. Mobile Application Management
  7. Windows Information Protection
  8. Azure Information Protection Templates
  9. IE Enterprise Mode
  10. Folder Redirection, Offline Files, and RUP
  11. Windows 10 Libraries

Windows 10: Advanced Management Topics

Here is a nice little grab bag of topics to complete the course. Yes, these are some particular areas of exam focus! Here is the Nugget lineup for this part:

  1. Intune Enrollment Restrictions
  2. Adding Devices to Windows Autopilot
  3. Enrolling iOS Devices in Intune with DEP
  4. Enrolling Android Devices in Intune
  5. Scope Tags in Intune
  6. Creating a Provisioning Package
  7. Configuring End System Monitoring

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