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Working With Archived and Deleted Data in Microsoft 365

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56m
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Description

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.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify content for recovery
  • Ensure your end-users have the data they need
  • Recover data in Microsoft 365
  • Archive data in Microsoft 365

Intended Audience

This course is intended for people who want to become a Microsoft 365 Certified: Security Administrator Associate.

Prerequisites

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.

Transcript

Hello and welcome to this course on how to work with archived and deleted data within Microsoft 365. My name is Liam Cleary, and I'm your instructor for this course. I'm a Microsoft MVP and a Microsoft Certified Trainer focused on Microsoft 365 and Azure. I hold multiple certifications for both Microsoft 365 and Azure. My contact information is available here. For any other issues, you can always get in touch with us at Cloud Academy by emailing support@cloudacademy.com, and one of our cloud experts will follow up with you. So, who should attend this course?

Well, if you are an IT administrator and Microsoft 365 administrator or you work with Microsoft 365 every day in some administration capacity, then this course is for you. The course is also intended for people who want to become a Microsoft 365 certified security administrator associate. Our overall objectives for this course is to understand how to identify content to recover and the various approaches available to ensure that your end users have the data they need. For us to meet this objective, we will complete the following. Understand deletion and recovery of data within Microsoft 365, review archiving capabilities within Microsoft 365, identify the various approaches available for managing deleted, archived, and recoverable content.

We will step through a few of these topics directly within a Microsoft 365 tenant using both the administration centers and PowerShell. If you want to follow along on your own, you need a Microsoft 365 tenant, an account with Global Administrator access, as well as content within SharePoint Online and OneDrive for business, as well as a few Exchange Online mailboxes and users within as your active directory. At the end of this course, you will know the various options and when to use the admin center or PowerShell to restore data and content. We will also discuss some of the important things to note when working with deleted data. Please note that at the time of writing this content or course information was accurate. Feedback on courses content hosted at cloud academy is always appreciated and encouraged. It allows us as trainers to improve, which helps all of our students taking courses in the future. If you have any feedback positive or negative, it would be greatly appreciated if you could contact support@cloudacademy.com.

About the Author
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Liam Cleary
Microsoft Certified Trainer & Microsoft MVP
Students
46
Courses
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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.