Microsoft offers a variety certification opportunities. They are designed to prepare professionals in the ever-changing technology job roles. Microsoft’s MD-100 Microsoft Windows 10 certifications aim to validate your skills. Microsoft certifications are some of the most highly regarded in the IT industry. These certifications demonstrate your dedication to your career and validate your skills with a globally recognized badge. These certifications will give you an edge over your competition.
Let’s look at the difficulty level of the Windows 10 Beta Exam (MD-100).
About Microsoft MD-100 Exam
The MD-100 exam is for administrators who know how to deploy, configure and secure client applications and devices in an enterprise environment. This exam will help you manage access, policies and updates as well as identity, access, and apps. You will work closely with the Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator in order to create and implement a device strategy that meets modern business needs. This exam is the first step towards becoming a Microsoft 365 Certified Modern Desktop Administrator Associate.
Exam Details –
Target Audience: MD-100
The MD-100 Certification Exam is for both new IT professionals with at least one year of experience in Windows 10 and experienced desktop support specialists who want to validate their Windows 10 skills. The MD-100 exam covers all you need to manage a Windows 10 enterprise environment.
Course Outline: MD-100
Next, you need to understand the MD-100 course outline. This will familiarize you with the exam structure. There are four domains in the exam course. The percentage next to each domain represents the domain’s weightage in this exam. These domains can be subdivided into topics to provide additional insight into exam course. These are the Microsoft MD-100 exam objectives.
1. Install Windows
Install Windows 10
Perform a clean install (Microsoft documentation:Start afresh by installing Windows 10)
Perform an in-place update (using tools like WDS, ADK etc.). (Microsoft Documentation:Perform an in-place upgrade to Windows 10 with MDT,Windows 10 deployment scenarios and tools)
select the appropriate Windows edition (Microsoft Documentation:Windows 10 edition upgrade,Upgrade Windows devices to a new edition with Configuration Manager)
Perform post-installation configuration
configure Edge and Internet Explorer(Microsoft Documentation:Configure IE mode policies,Internet Explorer (IE) mode)
configure mobility settings (Microsoft Documentation:Configure Windows 10)
customize the Windows desktop (Microsoft Documentation:Customizations for desktop devices,Customize)
Troubleshooting activation Issues (Microsoft Docation:Get help with Windows activation problems,Resolve Windows activation problem codes)
configure printers and external devices (Microsoft Documentation:Windows 10 (and newer) device settings to allow or restrict features using Intune,Configuring the device)
configure Windows 10 by using provisioning packages (Microsoft Documentation:Provisioning packages for Windows 10,Create a provisioning package for Windows 10,Apply a provisioning package)
configuring Microsoft Store settings (Microsoft Documentation:Configure access to Microsoft Store)
configure application settings (Microsoft Documentation:Set or edit application protection settings for Windows 10 devices,Configure device settings)
configure and manage services (Microsoft Documentation:Introduction to Windows Service Applications)
2. Manage devices and data
Manage users, groups, devices
Local groups management
manage local users (Microsoft Documentation:Overview of Local Accounts)
Active Directory Domain Services (Microsoft Document) – Manage users, groups, devices