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MS-100 Learning Path Conclusion
Congratulations! You've made it all the way to the end of this learning path.
If you're preparing to sit the Microsoft MS-100 exam, keep in mind that, although this learning path covered most of the key learning objectives for the exam, there are just a few details that weren't covered.
Understanding Azure Identity Management and access control security best practices will prove helpful when sitting the MS-100 exam because understanding these best practices will provide you with a better understanding of why certain solutions are better than others when managing a Microsoft 365 environment. To learn more about best practices visit the URL that you see on your screen.
Another topic you'll want to check out is how to manage guest access in Office 365 groups.
By default guest access is turned on for external users, with guest access enabled everyone in the organization can add guest users to an Office 365 group. Guest users will then have access to all group features, however administrators have control over whether or not to allow guest access to groups for their whole organization or just for individual groups. Admins can also control which users can allow guests to be added to groups.
Visit the URL that you see on your screen to learn more about guest access in Office 365 groups.
Completing this learning path and reviewing these added resources should prepare you for the MS-100 exam. If you have any questions or comments please let us know. Thanks for watching and good luck on the exam.
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