Information about this exam including its prerequisites, intended audience, and skills measured can be found on this Microsoft Web Site.
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 nine courses can be located using the following Pluralsight’s Web Site link.
I built the nine 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 nine courses in the following order:
- Planning a Microsoft 365 Implementation
- Setting up Microsoft 365 Tenancy and Subscription
- Managing Microsoft 365 Subscription and Tenant Health
- Planning and Designing Microsoft 365 Identities
- Managing and Synchronizing Microsoft 365 Azure Identities
- Managing Microsoft 365 User Roles
- Managing Authentication in Microsoft 365
- Managing Microsoft 365 Access Types
- Planning Office 365 Workload and Application Deployment
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.