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MS-700 Managing Microsoft Teams

EXAM ID : MS-700
EXAM NAME : Managing Microsoft Teams

The Microsoft Teams Administrator configures, deploys, and manages Office 365 workloads for Microsoft Teams that focus on efficient and effective collaboration and communication in an enterprise environment.

The Teams Administrator must be able to plan, deploy, and manage Teams chat, apps, channels, meetings, audio conferencing, live events, and calling. The Teams Administrator is also responsible for upgrading from Skype for Business to Teams. Candidates for this test should be proficient at managing Teams settings by using PowerShell. The Teams Administrator has a fundamental understanding of integration points with apps and services, including but not limited to SharePoint, OneDrive, Exchange, Azure AD, and Office 365 Groups. The Teams Administrator understands how to integrate external apps and services.

The Teams Administrator collaborates with Telephony engineers to integrate advanced voice features into Microsoft Teams. This role is not responsible for configuring direct routing, configuring call routing, or integrating telephony. The Teams Administrator may work with other workload administrator roles, including security and compliance, messaging, networking, identity, and devices.

- Plan and configure a Microsoft Teams environment (45-50%)
- Manage chat, calling, and meetings (30-35%)
- Manage Teams and app policies (20-25%)

Plan and configure a Microsoft Teams environment (45-50%)
Upgrade from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams
 choose an appropriate upgrade path and coexistence mode to meet specific requirements
 plan and troubleshoot meeting migration
 configure Microsoft Teams upgrade notification and meeting app preferences
 configure coexistence mode for the organization and per-user
 use Teams Advisor to assess and identify steps to roll out Microsoft Teams
Plan and configure network settings for Microsoft Teams
 plan for successful network deployment by using Network Planner
 calculate network bandwidth capacity for Microsoft Teams voice, video, meetings and Live Events
 assess network readiness by using the Network Testing Companion
 configure network ports and protocols used by Microsoft Teams client application
 configure media optimizations by using QoS
 configure and manage locations including reporting labels, emergency addresses, and network topology, and networks & locations
Implement governance and lifecycle management for Microsoft Teams
 create and manage team templates
 set up policies for Microsoft 365 group creation
 configure Microsoft 365 groups, expiration policy, and naming policy
 archive, unarchive, delete, and restore a team
 configure and manage update policies
Configure and manage guest access
 configure guest users for Microsoft Teams
 configure guest permissions for a team
 configure meeting and live events experiences for guests
 configure messaging and calling options for guests
 remove guests
 manage Azure AD access review for guests
 configure guest access from Azure AD portal
Manage security and compliance
 assign Microsoft Teams Admin roles
 create and manage compliance features, including retention policies, sensitivity labels, and data loss prevention (DLP) policies
 create security and compliance alerts for Microsoft Teams
 create an information barrier policy
 interpret security reports for Microsoft Teams
Deploy and manage Microsoft Teams endpoints
 deploy Microsoft Teams clients to devices, including Windows, VDI (Virtual Desktop), Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), MacOS, and mobile devices
 manage configuration profiles
 manage Microsoft Teams device tags
 manage device settings and firmware
 configure Microsoft Teams Rooms
Monitor and analyze service usage
 interpret Microsoft Teams usage reports
 interpret Microsoft 365 usage reports
 optimize call quality by using Call Analytics
 analyze organization-wide call quality by using Call Quality Dashboard
 use Power BI to identify call quality issues

Manage Chat, Calling, and Meetings (30-35%)
Manage chat and collaboration experiences
 configure messaging policies
 manage external access
 manage channels for a team
 manage private channel creation
 manage email integration
 configure external access for SharePoint and OneDrive for Business
 manage cloud file storage options for collaboration
Manage meeting experiences
 configure meeting settings
 create and manage meeting policies
 configure settings for live events
 create and manage policies for live events
 configure conference bridge settings
Manage phone numbers
 recommend a PSTN connectivity solution based on specific business requirements
 order phone numbers
 manage service numbers
 add, change, or remove an emergency address for your organization
 assign, change, or remove a phone number for a user
 manage voice and audio conferencing settings for users
 configure dynamic emergency policies
Manage Phone System
 manage resource accounts
 create and configure call queues
 create and configure auto attendants
 manage call park policies
 manage calling policies
 manage caller ID policies
 interpret the Direct Routing health dashboard

Manage Teams and app policies (20-25%)
Manage a team
 create a team
 upgrade an existing resource to a team
 manage privacy levels for a team
 manage org-wide teams
 customize and apply policy packages
Manage membership in a team
 manage users in a team
 configure dynamic membership
 manage access review for team members
Implement policies for Microsoft Teams apps
 manage Org-wide app settings
 create and manage app permission policies
 create and manage app setup policies
 manage apps store customization

Managing Microsoft Teams
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  • Microsoft is laying off a team dedicated to reinventing its appeal to consumers.
  • Employees in "Modern Life Experiences" have 60 days to find a new position or take severance.
  • The company offered employees one week of severance per six months of service at Microsoft.

Microsoft has laid off a team dedicated to reinventing its appeal to consumers, telling employees of the "Modern Life Experiences" team to find another position at the company within 60 days or take severance, according to two people familiar with the changes.

The company offered employees one week of severance per six months of service at Microsoft, and employees will still annual bonuses in September, according to one employee with indirect knowledge of the plans. That employee estimated the team's size at 200 people. Microsoft did not comment on specifics in response to a request for this story.

"To all my colleagues who faced hard news today, please let me know if there's anything I can do. The culture we created inside a giant company on our small Modern Life Experiences team was so special. Thinking of you all today," one Microsoft employee wrote on LinkedIn. 

Microsoft previously said it planned to lay off less than 1% of its 180,000-person workforce as markets sour and the risks of a recession loom. The company has also significantly slowed hiring. No job postings appeared in a search of Microsoft's careers website with either "Modern Life Experiences" or "MLX," as it is known internally.

Previous job postings describe the team as "bringing consumer products directly to the people who need them. Our mission is to empower families to learn, explore and connect in a fun and safe environment."

The MLX team began its existence as startup Mobile Data Labs, which made the popular mileage-tracking tool MileIQ. After Microsoft acquired the firm in 2015, the team was rebranded first under the MileIQ name, and then given the new moniker Modern Life Experiences to match its broader mandate to think outside of the box. MLX has been responsible for tools like Microsoft's Family Safety App and its personal finance tool Money in Excel.

While Microsoft has been wildly successful selling to enterprise customers, thanks to products like its Azure cloud platform and Office 365 software suite, the seven-year reign of CEO Satya Nadella has seen the demise of its Windows Phone operating system and the discontinuation of products like the Microsoft Band fitness watch. Ultimately, Microsoft has sometimes struggled to establish itself as a consumer-technology company despite the relative success of the Xbox gaming console and the Surface PC hardware businesses.

Microsoft has for years said it planned to win back consumers through a group called Modern Life and Devices, the thesis of which executive Yusuf Mehdi revealed at Microsoft's Inspire conference in 2018. "In the last couple years, we've lost a little magic with consumers," Mehdi said at the time. "This year, we begin the journey to win back consumers with our vision."

While Microsoft still offers consumer versions of Microsoft 365 subscriptions and its Teams chat app, MLX appeared core to its effort to win over so-called "prosumers," as reporter Mary Jo Foley wrote in ZDNet last year.

In response to a request for comment, a Microsoft spokesperson pointed to Chief Financial Officer Amy Hood's statement during a July earnings call: "As we manage through this period, we will continue to invest in future growth while maintaining intense focus on operational excellence and execution discipline."

Do you work at Microsoft or have insight to share? Contact the reporter Ashley Stewart via the encrypted messaging app Signal (+1-425-344-8242) or email (

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Killexams : Microsoft's new security tool lets you see your systems like a hacker would
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Microsoft has launched two security services that aim to boost the intelligence capabilities of an organization's security operations center (SOC) rather than solely protect devices. 

Microsoft has launched Defender Threat Intelligence and Defender External Attack Surface Management (EASM) — two new products that merge technology Microsoft gained after acquiring security firm RiskIQ last July for $500 million

There may appear to be some overlap between Microsoft's existing services, such as its Azure-powered Sentinel security information and event management (SIEM) service and Microsoft Defender Experts for Hunting, a managed threat hunting service, and its Defender Experts for XDR, a managed extended detection and response (XDR) service.

SEE: These are the cybersecurity threats of tomorrow that you should be thinking about today

But Microsoft says these RiskIQ-based threat intel service offerings differ in that they provide customers with "direct access to real-time data" from Microsoft's security signals. Microsoft chief Satya Nadella last week said the firm receives 43 trillion security signals each day. 

Besides signals, Microsoft says its new threat intel service is based on intel merged between RiskIQ, Microsoft's nation-state tracking team, Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC, pronounced 'Mystic'), and the Microsoft 365 Defender security research team.

Rob Lefferts, corporate VP of Microsoft Modern Protection and SOC unit, tells ZDNet the threat intel service is about "connecting SOCs with Microsoft's own researchers from MSTIC".

Meanwhile, Microsoft Defender External Attack Surface Management is about "how do we make sure that you get to see the whole world the way that the attacker would," says Lefferts.

"We're gonna scan the internet and help you understand what do you present out on the public internet and what exposure does that mean for your company."

The attack surface management service could be useful given that attackers start scanning the internet for exposed vulnerable devices within 15 minutes of a major flaw's public disclosure and generally continue scanning the internet for older flaws, such as last year's nasty Exchange Server flaws, ProxyLogon and ProxyShell. 

This service discovers a customer's unknown and unmanaged resources that are visible and accessible from the internet – giving defenders the same view an attacker has when they select a target. Defender EASM helps customers discover unmanaged resources that could be potential entry points for an attacker. 

Across MSTIC and Microsoft 365 Defender Research, Microsoft is tracking 250 different actors and ransomware families. 

"We're providing intelligence across all of them and bringing that into your security team — not just to learn the latest news… but also to explore it, so if I see an indicator, I might explore where that might live on the network and connect that to what I'm seeing in my company. It's like a workbench for analysts inside a company," says Lefferts. 

SEE: Don't let your cloud cybersecurity choices leave the door open for hackers

Microsoft's security business is growing at a rapid clip. It was worth $10 billion a year in 2021, and as of April had grown to become a $15 billion a year business. At its Q4 FY 2022 earnings update, Nadella said Microsoft's "security revenue increased 40 percent" and that its security business now spans 50 categories, well beyond its Defender antivirus for Windows PCs.

Other accurate acquisitions include IoT security firms CyberX and ReFirm Labs to boost its cybersecurity offerings. 

Microsoft rebranded its Defender lineup in 2020 to bring Microsoft Threat Protection, Defender ATP, Azure Security Center, and others brought under the Microsoft Defender monicker. Microsoft Defender would become its XDR product, while Azure Sentinel became its SIEM line.

Lefferts says the two new Defender-branded services are standalone products. 

"This is different to protecting endpoints. It's about improving your security team, giving them new views and perspectives. If you think about a game of chess, if you turn it around and look at it from your opponent's point of view, this is a tool that is designed to help analysts do that by giving them that different perspective," he says.

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Killexams : Windows 8.1 has begun warning users of its imminent demise
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Windows 8.1 will hit 'End of Support' on January 10, 2023. There's still a bit to go until that fateful day, but Microsoft's least-loved OS has already started getting all melodramatic, announcing its demise to users.

Logging into a PC running Windows 8.1 today will produce a pop-up screen stating it is nearing the end, along with a link to Microsoft's site (opens in new tab), as BleepingComputer (opens in new tab) reports.