The good ole days. 🙂

Information about this exam including its prerequisites, intended audience, and skills measured can be found on this Microsoft Web Site. This exam is used to obtain the Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator role and the Microsoft 365 Certified: Enterprise Administrator Expert certification.

After visiting the Microsoft MS-100 exam Web Site, and deciding you want to take the exam, you’ll want to take the time to prepare for the exam. To provide you some guidance I have designed and created nine Pluralsight courses specific to the MS-100 exam. These four courses can be located using the following Pluralsight’s Web Site link.

I built the four MS-100 exam courses in a specific order, and some of the courses are built on previous courses, so it is best to watch them in the order I created them. To get full benefit from the courses, I strongly suggest you create a trial Microsoft 365 tenant, which I show you how to do in the Setting Up Microsoft 365 Tenancy and Subscription course, so you can use the tenant to follow along and get some hands-on practice.

After opening the Pluralsight Web Site, you should complete the four courses in the following order:

  1. Designing and Implementing Microsoft 365 Services
  2. Managing User Identity and Roles
  3. Managing Access and Authentication
  4. Office 365 Workloads and Applications

I’d also recommend you review the following courses which are part of the retired Microsoft 70-346 and 70-347 exams as there is some overlap between all of these exams. These aren’t in any particular order, but I have seen, and heard, that there may be some questions on these concepts and topics on the MS-100 exam:

Lastly, each course has a supplemental Word document that contains links to several Web Sites containing supporting information, and additional details. These sites can be used to increase your knowledge on the topics, being cloud-based applications change consistently, also helpful for real-world scenarios, and for MS-100 exam preparation.