Windows 365 Technical Overview for the IT Professional


This one day Microsoft 365 for IT Professionals event provides you with a detailed understanding of Microsoft’s latest cloud-based operating system as a service. You will gain:

  • a thorough understanding of the highly available, optimized, and scalable rich desktop experience that Windows 365 represents
  • an understanding of the differences between Windows 365 Business and Windows 365 Enterprise
  • knowledge of Windows 365 Supported Client Platforms
  • understanding of Windows 365 support for Apps and App deployment methods
  • understanding of Windows 365 Architecture
  • detailed understanding of Windows 365 deployment process
  • understanding of Window 365 Administration
  • understanding of Windows 365 Security considerations and best practices
  • understanding of Windows 365 Integration with MEM, Intune and conditional access policies
  • understanding of Windows 365 Cloud PC Diagnostics and Reports

The class will involve live demonstrations and walkthroughs with comprehensive course materials



There are no specific pre-requisites for this overview but it is anticapeted that you will be working in an IT support role.

Instructors will demonstrate features throughout the event. Optional Lab exercises are available for students to complete within a delegate created free trial tenancy. Microsoft may require a valid credit card to create 30 day free tenancies which must be cancelled within 30 days to avoid incurring charges. QA have no control over the Microsoft 365 trial tenancy signup or billing process.



Windows 365 Introduction

  • Cloud PCs
  • Windows 365 Supported Client Platforms
  • Windows 365 Apps
  • Windows 365 Administration
  • Windows 365 Security
  • Cloud PC network connectivity
  • Windows 365 is Evergreen
  • Windows 365 Editions

Windows 365 Business

  • Windows 365 Business Requirements
  • Windows 365 Business Licensing
  • Windows 365 Business End User Experience
  • Windows 365 Remote Desktop Connection

Windows 365 Enterprise

  • Windows 365 Enterprise Hybrid Identity Model requirements
  • Windows 365 and Active Directory Domain Services
  • Windows 365 and Azure AD
  • Windows 365 Networking
  • Windows 365 Enterprise Admin Role delegation
  • Windows 365 Enterprise Deployment
  • Ensure Windows 365 Requirements are met
  • Configure Ad Connect Synchronization
  • Configure Hybrid Azure AD Join
  • Create an Azure Resource Group
  • Create an Azure VNet and Subnet
  • Configure DNS
  • Assign Microsoft 365 Enterprise Licenses to users
  • Create an On-Premises Network Connection – OPNC
  • Create a Windows Group to assign a Cloud PC Image to
  • Create a provisioning policy
  • End User Experience

Windows 365 Enterprise Administration

  • Windows 365 Enterprise Local Administrators
  • Cloud PC Configuration via Microsoft MEM

Windows 365 Enterprise Security

  • Windows 365 Conditional Access Policies
  • Dynamic Device Groups for MEM or Conditional Access Policies
  • Windows 365 Security Baselines
  • Windows 365 Intune Compliance Policies
  • Windows 365 Cloud PC Diagnostics and Reports
  • Resource Performance Reports
  • Remoting Connection Reports