Course History and Future Events
- October 2016 - London, UK
- December 2016 - London, UK
- May 2017 - London, UK
- September 2017 - London, UK
- August 16, 2018 - Kansas City, KS, USA
- May 30, 2018 - Cambridge, UK
Training course A820 is designed and required to be completed before Identity Panel is installed on-premise. For customers using Identity Panel Azure Market Place Edition (SaaS), this course is helpful but not mandatory.
If you are an architecture or engineer that has been tasked with deploying Identity Panel, then this course is for you. Course A801 is not required if you do not plan to use the application in your work-job. However, if you plan to deploy and use the product, you will also want to complete course A801. They do not have to be completed in any order, but it is recommended that you complete course A820 and return for A801 after you install Identity Panel.
You must be an engineer, developer, or architect in the technologies you plan to use with Identity Panel, based on your role in your Identity Panel project. For example, if you are going to be responsible for reviewing the security of Identity Panel, you would need to be a security expert. If you are going to be responsible for Identity Panel and Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM), you should have an expert level knowledge of MIM.
Therefore, you must be an expert in one of these applicable domains or subject matters to attend this course.
- Microsoft Identity Manager
- Active Directory (ADDS)/LDAP
- Active Directory Federated Service (ADFS)
- Microsoft SQL Server
- System or Network Security
- System or Network Architecture
- Software Developer
- Report Writer
Module 1: Identity Panel Refresher
The first module is to review Identity Panel, especially for those who have not seen the product or attended A801. This is common when a security architect or network architect attends this course for the purpose of approving Identity Panel for use within the enterprise or sourced from the cloud.
- Time Traveler
- Service Panel
- MIM DevTest
Module 2: Architecture
- Web application
- Panel Service
- Cloud Scanning
- Managed Service Console
Model 3: Security
How Identity Panel secures credentials
Strong authentication and authorization
Security and Trust in the Azure Cloud
DPAPI Auto-Encryption of Certain Fields
Usable Daemon Authentication
Identity Panel security roles link to directory security groups
Identity Panel Security Permissions Matrix
Setting up SMTP
Upgrading PanelTools/Identity Panel Windows Service
Scan Rate for Office 365 (This is in regards to Chris’s question regarding how often Office 365 can be scanned)
Course A820 Module 4 – Providers
Some of the course material is available here:
The respective training virtual machine (VM) is provided by opening a ticket here:
One you have your VM, you will connect to it using your computer's Remote Desktop (RDP).