Microsoft 365 provides multiple features and services for managing working data as well as for retaining them as needed. It is critical for you as an IT administrator to understand the features available for ensuring that deleted data can be restored and that you can import other data and use Microsoft 365 as an archive.
This course will focus on how to manage archival, deletion, and restoration of content and data within Microsoft 365. By the end of this course, you will know the various options available for that and when to use the Admin Center or PowerShell to restore data and content. We will also discuss some of the important aspects of working with deleted data.
- Identify content for recovery
- Ensure your end-users have the data they need
- Recover data in Microsoft 365
- Archive data in Microsoft 365
This course is intended for people who want to become a Microsoft 365 Certified: Security Administrator Associate.
If you wish to follow along with this course, it is recommended that you have a Microsoft 365 tenant, an account with Global Administrator access, as well as content within SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business, a few Exchange Online mailboxes, and users in Azure Active Directory.
Welcome to this module on Configuring Data Archiving. In this module, we'll cover the following topics. Understanding Archiveing Within Office 365, where we'll review the archiving options available, including Auto Expanding Mailboxes. Using Inactive Mailboxes and Litigation Holds, where we will look at how to use a hold to create an Inactive Mailbox, and then the reason why this might be helpful.
Liam Cleary is a Microsoft MVP and Microsoft Certified Trainer focused on Microsoft 365 and Azure. He's been working with Microsoft Cloud and Azure technologies since their creation and focuses heavily on deployments, management, and the security of Microsoft 365 and Azure. He also holds multiple certifications for both Microsoft 365 and Azure.