Microsoft 365 Certified Teamwork Administrator Associate

Microsoft 365 Certified

Teamwork Administrator Associate

Microsoft 365 Teamwork Administrators configure, deploy, and manage Office 365 workloads that focus on efficient and effective collaboration, such as SharePoint (online, on-premises, and hybrid), OneDrive, and Teams.

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Step 1: Review the skills and knowledge required to certify.

  • Exam details for Exam MS-300
  • Exam details for Exam MS-301
  • Exam details for Exam MS-302 (transition exam for people who have passed Exam 70-339)

Step 2: Train for certification exams.*

  • Find classroom and online training
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Step 3: Take a practice exam.

  • Microsoft Official Practice Tests are coming soon

Step 4: Schedule your exam and get certified.

  • Schedule to take Exam MS-300
  • Schedule to take Exam MS-301
  • Schedule to take Exam MS-302

Required exams

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Exam MS-300: Deploying Microsoft 365 Teamwork

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Exam MS-301: Deploying SharePoint Server Hybrid

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Exam MS-302: Microsoft 365 Teamwork Administrator Certification Transition

This exam is intended only for candidates who have taken Exam 70-339: Managing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016. If you have not taken Exam 339, you will not earn a certification by taking this exam. MS-302 retires on July 31, 2019.

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Skills and knowledge

Candidates who earn a Teamwork Administrator certification are verified by Microsoft to have the following skills and knowledge.

  • Configure and manage SharePoint Online
  • Configure and manage OneDrive for Business
  • Configure and manage Teams
  • Configure and manage workload integrations
  • Configure and manage SharePoint On-Premises
  • Configure and manage hybrid scenarios
  • Migrate to SharePoint Online
Plan and configure site collections and hub sites

  • identify procedures for creating, deleting, and restoring site collections
  • assign users or groups as site collection administrators
  • plan and configure navigation
  • design site collection and subsites structure
  • configure site collection settings and features
Plan and configure customizations and apps

  • plan and configure App Catalog
  • plan and deploy apps with proper permissions and licenses
Plan and configure managed metadata

  • plan and create the term store structure
  • plan and configure term store security
  • maintain the term store
Plan and configure guest access

  • assign guest licenses
  • configure restricted domains
  • plan and configure guest sharing and site access
Manage SharePoint Online

  • configure user profile properties
  • archive or delete unused artifacts
  • plan for Information Rights Management
  • modify storage limits for SharePoint Online
Manage search

  • create and update search dictionaries
  • manage query suggestions
  • create result sources
  • manage the search schema
  • manage search center settings
  • monitor search usage reports and crawl logs
Monitor and maintain the SharePoint Online service

  • research, troubleshoot, and resolve reported issues
  • monitor service health issues
  • monitor SharePoint usage and usage patterns

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