Managing G Suite

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Instructor-led (classroom)

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Course Overview

Managing G Suite is the second course in the G Suite Administration series.

This course focuses on the G Suite core services such as Gmail, Calendar, and Drive & Docs. You will become familiar with the various service settings, and learn how to enable them for all or just a subset of your users. You will gain an understanding of Google Vault, Google’s ediscovery service. You will understand the various admin console reports that are available and be able to search and filter the information in these reports. Finally you will see how multiple domains can be used with G Suite and learn how to add a new domain to your account.


You should have completed the Introduction to G Suite course.

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Self-Paced Online Video

A 360-degree learning approach that you can adapt to your learning style

A 360-degree learning approach that you can adapt to your learning style

Engage and learn more with these live and highly-interactive classes alongside your peers

24/7 Teaching Assistance

24/7 Teaching Assistance Keep engaged with integrated teaching

Online Practice Labs

Projects provide you with sample work to show prospective employers.

Applied Projects

Real-world projects relevant to what you’re learning throughout the program

Learner Social Forums

A support team focused on helping you succeed alongside a peer community

Skill Covered

In this course, students learn how to:

  • Summarise the gaming landscape, requirements, and challenges.
  • Describe components used in AWS Game Tech products and their relationship to the game development industry.
  • Explain AWS Game Tech’s breadth, depth, and vision.
  • Discuss AWS Game Tech and its benefits to game developers of all sizes.
  • Categorize AWS Game Tech’s four solutions.
  • Differentiate managed and unmanaged AWS Game Tech services and their relationship with the Shared Responsibility Model.

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Course Curriculum

Welcome and Getting Started Guide

Exercise #1 – Prepare your G Suite Domain

G Suite Services Overview

  • Exercise #1 – Turn Services On or Off for Everyone
  • Exercise #2 – Enable/Disable a Service for a Single OU
  • Exercise #3 – Enabling a Service Using Groups
  • Exercise #4 – Set Services Release Track

Introduction to Gmail

  • Exercise #1 – Configure Common User Settings
  • Exercise #2 – Enable Gmail Labs
  • Exercise #3 – Enable G Suite Sync for Executives
  • Exercise #4 – Configure Compliance Policies

Introduction to Calendar2m

  • Exercise #1 – Set Calendar Sharing Settings
  • Exercise #2 – Configure Access to Calendar Resources

Introduction to Drive and Docs

  • Exercise #1 – Drive Sharing Settings
  • Exercise #2 – Transfer Ownership
  • Exercise #3 – Restore Deleted Files
  • Exercise #4 – Enable Docs Offline Access
  • Exercise #5 – Stream or Sync Files
  • Exercise #6 – Shared Drive Creation
  • Exercise #7 – Explore Shared Drive Management

Introduction to Mobile Device Management2m

  • Exercise #1 – Configure Mobile Device Policies
  • Exercise #2 – Enroll a Mobile Device
  • Exercise #3 – Handling a Lost or Non-Compliant Device

Introduction to Google Vault

  • Exercise #1 – Create Retention Rules
  • Exercise #2 – Create a Matter and Place Users on Hold
  • Exercise #3 – Search and Export

Introduction to Reporting

  • Exercise #1 – Monitor G Suite Usage
  • Exercise #2 – View Audit Logs
  • Exercise #3 – Create Email Alert
  • Exercise #4 – Email Log Search

Introduction to Domains

  • Exercise #1 – Add a Domain Alias or Additional Domain
  • Exercise #2 – Whitelist a Domain

Cancelling your Trial

8 practice exercises

  • G Suite Services Overview
  • Gmail
  • Calendar
  • Drive and Docs
  • Device Management
  • Google Vault
  • Reporting
  • Domain Management

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