Microsoft Security Essentials Manual
The Microsoft Security Essentials (MSU) manual is a comprehensive guide for using the Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator (MIA) 2.0 on any Windows server platform, including Windows 2021, Windows Vista, Windows XP or Windows Phone 7. This is the most widely used Microsoft support package for reducing the likelihood of unauthorized access, phishing and data loss from a variety of sources on the internet, including malicious attack software and spyware applications. The manual is divided into three main topics: Security Options, Deployment and Maintenance. This manual provides complete information on using the various security features available with Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator, as well as information on how to maintain these features. This course is recommended for IT professionals working with Microsoft products or for people wishing to upgrade their existing systems to Vista or later.
Question No 1:
You need to meet the planned changes for the User administrator role. What should you do?
A. Create an access review.
B. Modify Role settings
C. Create an administrator unit.
D. Modify Active Assignments.
Question No 2:
You need to configure the detection of multi staged attacks to meet the monitoring requirements. What should you do?
A. Customize the Azure Sentinel rule logic.
B. Create a workbook.
C. Add an Azure Sentinel playbook.
D. Add Azure Sentinel data connectors.
Question No 3:
Your network contains an Active Directory forest named contoso.com that is linked to an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant named contoso.com by using Azure AD Connect.
Attire AD Connect is installed on a server named Server 1.
You deploy a new server named Server? that runs Windows Server 2019.
You need to implement a failover server for Azure AD Connect. The solution must minimize how long it takes to fail over if Server1 fails.
Which three actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order
You have a Microsoft Exchange organization that uses an SMTP’ address space of contoso.com.
Several users use their contoso.com email address for self-service sign up to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
You gain global administrator privileges to the Azure AD tenant that contains the self-signed users.
You need to prevent the users from creating user accounts in the contoso.com Azure AD tenant for self-service sign-up to Microsoft 365 services.
Which PowerShell cmdlet should you run?