Managing Shared Resource Access Using Microsoft 365 Groups in Microsoft 365 Admin Center
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Microsoft 365 groups give admins the ability to manage a collection of users, grouped by a common property. For example, there may be a marketing group that contains all the marketing users in the organization. MS365 groups have the added benefit of managing resource access at the group level, rather than individually at the user level.
In this lab, you will create and manage a new Microsoft 365 group with group members.
Note: Due to this lab requiring the creation of a Microsoft 365 organization with an Admin Center, if you don't already have one you will need to provide a mobile phone number to pass the account creation process.
Upon completion of this lab, you will be able to:
- Understand the different types of Microsoft 365 groups
- Create a new Microsoft 365 group
- Add members to the new Microsoft 365 group
- Configure an MS365 group
- Assign resource access to the Microsoft 365 group
- Candidates studying for the MS-100 Certification Exam
- System Administrators
- IT Support Analysts
Familiarity with the following is recommended:
- Microsoft 365 Admin Center
The following content can be used to fulfill the prerequisite:
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