In Windows 10, Windows Hello for Business replaces passwords with strong two-factor authentication. This authentication consists of a new type of user credential that is tied to a device and uses a number of factors for unlocking the credentials. Authenticating with Windows Hello for Business provides a convenient sign-in experience that authenticates the user to both Azure Active Directory and Active Directory resources.
This deep dive workshop gives you a better understanding of each of the components involved in device registration, provisioning, and authentication and how they support Windows Hello for Business. This workshop will help remove the appearance of complexity by helping you make decisions on each aspect of your Windows Hello for Business deployment and the options you’ll need to consider by identifying the information needed to help you make decisions about the deployment that best suits your environment.
Using live demo environment, you will get hands-on experience of different deployment models and specific considerations and features involved.