Deploying Microsoft Office 365 in Okta
Learn How to Integrate Microsoft 365 with Okta
LEARN EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO DEPLOY MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 IN OKTA!
Organizations often use Okta to centralize the setup and management of the identity lifecycle for Microsoft Office 365. In this course, you'll learn how to configure Microsoft 365 with Okta in a fictional organization.
Built around a fictional organizational deployment, and at just around 90 minutes in length, this course gets right to the meat of how things are done, through numerous hands-on demonstrations and technical explanations.
By the time you finish this course, you should have a solid understanding of how to deploy Microsoft 365 in Okta.
Enroll in this course today and learn everything you need to know to deploy Microsoft Office 365 in Okta by working through a deployment in a fictional organization called Berks Finance.
We'll kick things off by integrating an on-prem active directory with Okta.
With our users imported into Okta, we’ll add office 365 to Okta and then configure single sign-on for it.
After we configure single sign-on, we’ll configure provisioning in Okta.
Once we have provisioning configured, we’ll go ahead and assign the office 365 app in Okta to our users.
After assigning our app, we’ll test single sign-on and app access.
With our office 365 app assigned to our users, we’ll then secure authentication with MFA.
Wrapping the course up, we’ll talk a little bit about some advanced integration topics as they relate to Microsoft 365.
PROD-About the Lab
PROD-DEMO-Configure Single Sign on using WS-Federation - automatic
PROD-DEMO-Configure Single Sign on using SWA
PROD-DEMO-Set up Okta to Office 365 provisioning
PROD-DEMO-Assign Office 365 from the app
PROD-DEMO-Assign Office 365 from Directory
PROD-DEMO-Test Single Sign-On and App Access
PROD-What to Expect - SECURE OFFICE 365 USING APP SIGN-ON POLICIES
PROD-DEMO-Enable MFA Factor Types
PROD-DEMO-Edit sign-on rule to prompt for MFA
Office 365 Sign-On Policies
PROD-DEMO-Provide Microsoft admin consent for Okta
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What You've Learned