Coming back for more: repeat customers rate Azure AD Connect training five star

Once again, our final Azure AD Connect Masterclass of 2019 received 100% 5-star feedback from students. And all the IT professionals who attended the training were repeat customers. 

Instructor Paul Captainino: “The Azure AD Connect Masterclass shines a light onto the many capabilities of the technology that lie beyond the wizard.”

The Azure AD Connect Masterclass was the fifth Oxford Computer Training course for Marcus, an IT Support Supervisor from the UK. Having previously taken all three of our MIM courses, and our PAM course, Marcus wanted a full understanding of the architectural possibilities of Azure AD Connect. He said:

I thoroughly enjoyed this class. A good mix of lectures and labs.  

Matthew, a Senior Technical Specialist from the UK who had previously taken our MIM Advanced course said:

The course content was spot on! Paul is an excellent instructor and makes the course interesting and keeps you engaged with his brilliant humour. I have thoroughly enjoyed it!

Marius, who joined the live class remotely from Norway via Microsoft Teams, previously attended our MIM Foundation course. He said:

Paul is an excellent instructor. Very knowledgeable, and has a great personality. It was my first time doing a course remotely. It worked perfectly.

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Michael, an IT Support Supervisor from the UK (who, like Marius, attended the course via Microsoft Teams and previously attended our MIM Foundation training) said:

Great course and instructor.

Our instructor, Paul Captainino, says:

This Azure AD Connect training shines a light onto the powerful capabilities of the technology, and reveals why IT pros should look far beyond the wizard. For example, we look at how to choose the appropriate authentication methods for their hybrid user accounts, and the totally customizable rules that ensure that the objects and attributes you need in the cloud get to the cloud. This is undoubtedly the biggest crowd-pleaser!

The training also covers how Azure AD Connect can help you migrate from one authentication method to another, for example, moving away from ADFS. We look at how to monitor on-premises systems from the cloud-based Azure AD Connect Health portal, and report on Azure AD Connect configuration.  And I’ll teach you how to provide high availability for your Azure AD Connect installation.

It’s a really thorough course. Even for IT pros who think they’ve seen it all, there are plenty of new, interesting, and really useful things to learn.

98% of IT pros who took the course in 2019 – either in the classroom, remotely via Teams/Skype, or online self-paced – said they would recommend it to colleagues.