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This shows the services that are associated with all licenses that are assigned to her account. (Get-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName belindan@litwareinc.com).Licenses.ServiceStatus This example shows the services that user BelindaN@litwareinc.com has access to from the first license that's assigned to her account (the index number is 0) I am trying to get users in office 365 by get-msoluser by a certain license. For some reason I cannot get it to work in the sense that The $user is returning nothing User accounts in your Microsoft 365 organization may have some, all, or none of the available licenses assigned to them from the licensing plans that are available in your organization. You can use PowerShell for Microsoft 365 to quickly find the licensed and unlicensed users in your organization. Get-MsolUser -All Note The Set-MsolUserLicense cmdlet updates the license assignment for a user. This can include adding a new license, removing a license, updating the license options, or any combination of these actions

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  1. Get-MsolUser | Where-Object {($_.licenses).AccountSkuId -match EnterprisePremium} Replace EnterprisePremium with the AccountSkuID you're trying to filter by. Since we're using the -match operator we don't need to type the entire AccountSkuID, we can just type enough of it to ensure that we're only retrieving that specific one
  2. PS C:\> Get-MsolAccountSku | select -ExpandProperty ServiceStatus. This command returns a list of available services. This is very useful when you work with New-MsolLicenseOptions cmdlet and want to disable certain services for specific users. For more information, see: New-MsolLicenseOptions. View licenses and services with Office 365 PowerShell
  3. The Get-MsolUser cmdlet is part of the Azure AD PowerShell module (MSOnline). It allows you to connect to your Office 365 subscription. Thus, to use this cmdlet you must first download and install this module. You can download and install the MSOnline manually (exe/msi installer), or install it online from the PowerShell Gallery

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  1. In order to find out those information, we will need to use the Get-MsolUser cmdlet and specify UserPrincipalName using the -UserPrincipalName parameter instead of the -All parameter. In the example below, we will demonstrate how we can generate all users allocated services and their provisioning status for IT license auditing compliance. 1
  2. Get-MsolUser -all | select DisplayName, Licenses | Where-Object {$_.Licenses.AccountSkuID -eq teststmaryshighderbyshiresc:STANDARDWOFFPACK_FACULTY } But that simply returns nothing - no errors etc. Interestingly though, If I take the -all off the get-msoluser it says: WARNING: More results are availabl
  3. It is very common requirement to get all the licensed users within an Office 365 tenant. We can use the Azure AD powershell cmdlet Get-MsolUser to list all the licensed office 365 users. Note: Before proceed, Install and Configure Azure AD PowerShell The following command just list the licensed office 365 user
  4. As you can see in the output above, the Get-MSOlUser lists all the users that have been created in Office 365 with their UserPrincipalName, DisplayName and the license status. The isLicense status column indicates whether a user is subscribed to an Office 365 service or not
  5. By default, the 'Get-MsolUser' cmdlet only displays UPN, display name, and license status. To view users with additional properties, you can use the Select cmdlet with the required attributes. Here's an example command that displays the Display Name, Department, License Status, and Usage Location for every user account
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  7. function Get-UserLicenseTypeDetails { <# .Synopsis Cmdlet to find out whether user has a license assigned by direct or inherited path. .DESCRIPTION Cmdlet accepts the user UPN or output of 'Get-MSOLUser'cmdlet and returns information about whether user has any O365 license assigned

The script will first lookup all users that are currently licensed so it does not attempt to look up a null value. It will then go through each licensed user, take all of their licenses and put it in an array, do a lookup on each license they have and export the user's Display Name and friendly license name to a CSV file Office 365 License Option PowerShell So, there is two ways of managing AzureAD, as of today, one of the two is under active development. If you need to disable some service plan to allow your company to embrace cloud change on its own speed, you need (for now) to use the MSOnline PowerShell modul I need to be able to export user name or email address (doesn't matter which), company (from the company field under the organization tab in a user account of the exchange admin console), and license Hello, I'm a very basic PowerShell user and I'm struggling to get the information I need. I would like to get a list of a specific users applied licenses in a table format showing the users display name next to each license they have

EXCHANGE ONLINE (PLAN 1) To get the desired list of users with a certain license, you need to look up the AccountSkuId in your overview and provide it like this: Get-MsolUser -All | Where-Object { ($_.licenses).AccountSkuId -match ENTERPRISEPACK} Replace ENTERPRISEPACK with (unique part of) the AccountSkuID you're trying to filter by License management in Office 365 is performed using the Azure Active Directory PowerShell module. The first version of this PowerShell module is also known as the MS Online module, and uses cmdlets with Msol in the name, for example Connect-MsolService and Get-MsolUser I am trying to unassign a bulk of user's licenses from our Office365. I have all of the user's UserPrincipalName on a CSV file like so: Name user.name@domain.com user.name2@domain.com That i.. So I have been searching the web on a way I can get a list of Office 365 licenses assigned to a list of user accounts. Everything I am finding is getting a list of ALL users and the licenses they have BUT I want to use Powershell to feed it a list of user accounts and get info about what licenses they are assigned (Get-MsoLUser -SearchString Bob Bobman).Licenses.AccountSkuId The technical SKU IDs are shown together with the company name (this is the first part 'xyz' in the @xyz.onmicrosoft.com tenant domain name)

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How to export all customers' Office 365 users and license details to CSV. Copy and paste the code at the bottom of this page into Visual Studio Code. Save it as a PowerShell (ps1) file. Install the PowerShell extension if prompted. Press F5 to run the script. Enter the credentials of an Office 365 Delegated Admin; Wait for it to complet Hi Experts. please help me with the below two syntaxes. 1. i have one office 365 user user1@mydomain.com,i want to know what license is assinged to this office365 user from Exchange Online powershell module.. 2. i have 100 users in csv file, i want to import this csv file and know what are the licenses assigned to these users With PowerShell, we can easily get the MFA Status of all our Office 365 users. The basis for the script is the Get-MsolUser cmdlet, which gets the users from the Azure Active Directory. Get-MsolUser returns all the user details, including the parameter StrongAuthenticationMethods. This parameter will list all the strong authentication methods. Hello everyone, Still very new to the whole Powershell world and I am struggling to create a certain overview with our Office 365 environment. What I would like to achieve is an output that gives me all the users that still have any kind of license enabled, but their accounts are disabled I'm trying to run a report, to get all the users who are disabled in AD, but still have a license assigned in Office 365. I've found a couple of scripts on various sites, and they work if just run within the PowerShell console, but the moment I try to export to a CSV, it loses the license assignment information

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The obvious command for this appeared to be Get-MsolUser. After creating an unlicensed user account, I ran the command and got the following results: Note that throughout this document, the commands may be wrapped - this is due to the size of the PowerShell window - there are not new-lines within the commands Get-MSOlUser identifies the IsLicensed attribute for every user that is set to True, which indicates that an Office 365 user is assigned an Office 365 license. The command retrieves the User Principal Name, Display Name and value assigned to the IsLicensed property for each user My objective is to search for users in Office 365 that do not have a certain license. Of course, there is this very simple option: Get-MsolUser -UnlicensedUsersOnly. But that will display users that have no license at all

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(Get-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName EnricoC@MOD873457.onmicrosoft.com).licenses. This gave me all the licenses that user has. We can use Get-MsolAccountSku to see which licenses are which, but we need to drill down one level deeper. We need to discover the service plan names of the Enterprise SKU Get-MsolUser | Export-Csv c:\allUsers.csv. If we open the file allUsers.csv now, we get to see all users in our Office 365 environment, together with lots of additional attributes. We're just interested in the ones with licenses, so let's filter a bit: Get-MsolUser | Where-Object {$_.isLicensed -eq TRUE} Great

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Find all users with Office 365 E1 License and Apply E3 via PowerShell. Below is a script that can be used to enumerate all Office 365 users that have an E1 license applied. It will then apply an E3 license to them. Handy if you need to change license type en masse. # Enumerate everyone who has an E1 License Assigned. We were unable to load Disqus Changing the license of users in Office 365 need to be performed without impacting the end users or affecting the services and data they consume. This situation is ideal for using the Azure AD PowerShell module to perform the license switch. First, we need to get the old and new license SKU, using the Get-MsolAccountSku cmdlet. Get-MsolAccountSku Get-MsolUser : Cannot convert 'System.Object[]' to the type 'System.String' required by parameter 'UserPrincipalName'. Specified method is not supported. At line:6 char:4 To get an overview of license consumption in your organization PowerShell is the preferred tool. To manage license assignments for individual users, you should use Easy365Manager. Easy365Manager is a snap-in for Active Directory Users & Computers that lets you manage Office 365 licenses and mailboxes directly in user properties I use the Get-MsolUser command with $_.Licenses[0].ServiceStatus[X].ProvisioningStatus -eq Disabled in a script to check, if all Services for users inside a defined Group have been enabled/disabled correctly. If not, they get their -licenseoptions set newly. All this is automated in Azure Automation

You have already seen in my earlier blog post on how to use Azure AD group based licensing to do license assignments of different office 365 products. After implementation completion, we landed up in a situation where Visio/Project team wanted to know the user ids that have been provided direct license and are not gettin I am trying to get a list of all O365 users from a tenant, and the individual licenses that are assigned to them. The output needs to be in the following format (note that users with more than one license are listed multiple times) Discusses an issue in which administrators see validation errors for users in the Office 365 portal or in the Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell. Lists some common validation errors and contains information about how to resolve the errors

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Hi all, I am trying to add a check into a script to see what the status of Skype Online us by checking if MCOSTANDARD is enabled. To get to here Issue For many organizations, different classes of users will get different Office 365 licenses and access to different services within each license. For large and medium organizations, object management software is normally the best option for managing user licensing in Office 365. Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) is an application that can maintain Office 365 account licensing Hi Experts please help me with the below two syntaxes 1. i have one office 365 user user1@mydomain.com ,i want to know what license is assigned to this office365 user from Exchange Online powershell module. 2. i have 100 users in csv file, i want to import this csv file and know what are the license.. Checking for Phone plan licenses for Microsoft Teams users. by Brett Janzen. I had to find if users had a phone system licenses in order to assign them a direct routing number. Get-MsolUser -userprincipalname user@domain.com | select-object Licenses Licenses {M365x880312:ENTERPRISEPREMIUM, M365x880312:EMSPREMIUM} Phone system Licenses = MCOEV

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Posts about Get-MsolUser written by Johan Dahlbom. Important note: The end of an era with licensing scripts is near and the beginning of a new one with Azure AD Group Based Licensing is here. Group Based Licensing is now in preview and currently requires a paid Azure AD Subscription Press Enter; PowerShell will now export a list of Office 365 users and all licenses they have assigned to them filename.csv is a variable for where you want to save the file. In the example below I am saving the file to the C:\Temp folde

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The Get-MsolUser cmdlet can be used to retrieve an individual user, or list of users. Get-MsolUser -EnabledFilter EnabledOnly -MaxResults 200000 Are you connecting to the Connect-MsolService with the correct credentials having access Generates a license report on a all users or a specified group of users. By Default it will generate a new report file each time it is run. Report includes the following: * All licenses assigned to each user provided. * State of all plans inside of each license assignment * Where the user is getting the license from Group name(s) and/or Explict

Manipulate User Properties. In this section, let's see how to manipulate MS Online user properties. Update basic information like Department, City, Country and Mobile Phone. Set-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName Chendrayan@domain.onmicrosoft.com `. -Department IT -City Amersfoort -Country The Netherlands `. -MobilePhone 123-456-789 I asked this question in the Office365-forum but was asked to post it here instead so I hope someone can help me. We have a mixed O365-enviroment with federated accounts that have the E3-licens and unfederated accounts that have the E1-licens. I have with this code got the AccountSkuId I want · Thank you for your help. The problem is solved. Two.

Overview. In this exercise, we will license Office 365 users for the various workloads: SharePoint Online, Lync Online, and Exchange Online using the MOP UI (Microsoft Online Portal) as well as using the Microsoft Online Services Module for Windows PowerShell Get-Content Import-CSV | Get-Msoluser license details. How can I reference a TXT or CSV file containing UserPrincipalName's and run a Get-Msoluser to export a list of those specific users licenses? The output should have UserPrincipalName and whether it has an ENTERPRISEPACK or STANDARDPACK license assigned. You need a subscription to comment

1. When you run the command, only this user account is affected? Make sure this user has Usage Location assigned (Get-MsolUser -UserPrincialName **** | fl UsageLocation), for we can only assign licenses to user accounts that have the UsageLocation property set to a valid ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code. 2 get-msoluser -userprincipalname John@contoso.com | fl UserType,ImmutableId The result resembles the following: UserType : Guest ImmutableId : Confirm that there is a license assigned to the user in Azure AD. This can be checked in Azure AD and in Exchange Online. For example: Azure A Here is the common command, which helps to remove any license under a bundle license (Like M365 for Business, Office 365 E3, Office 365 E5 etc.) Set-MsolUserLicense : Unable to assign this license

Get-MsolUser | Get-MsolUserLicence DisplayName UserPrincipalName Power-BI_Standard O365_BUSINESS_ESSENTIALS Unicorn Girl unicorn.girl_microsoft.fr#EXT#@netboot.onmicrosoft.com True Fals Sometimes admin forget to remove the license for the shared box after conversion and there is no GUI alternative to see if the shared mailbox is licensed. Shared mailbox in Office365 do not require a license. To find out what shared mailboxes are accidentally licensed Hi - I am trying to use Powershell to return a report of all users who have the Power BI pro option enabled under office 365 E5. To clarify, this is not the Power BI Pro licence that can be purchased separately, our users are licenced via their E5 licence. I have tried the following: (Get-Msol.. Get-MsolUser -All | Set-MsolUser -UsageLocation US. To verify the results, use the following command: Get-MsolUser -All | Select DisplayName,UsageLocation. Once the location is assigned either through the admin portal or PowerShell, you can assign licenses. The following command would assign an E3 license to all users in the US only

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You may have users that only require Exchange Online or SharePoint Online or Lync Online. It's a bit of a chew, but you can assign specific license options from a plan using PowerShell. I've already covered bulk licensing to all users and from CSV file in previous posts. Assigning individual services to an MSOL user Get-MsolUser -All | Select-Object UserPrincipalName, DisplayName, isLicensed | Export-CSV C:\all-office-365-users.csv -NoTypeInformation -Encoding UTF8. In some scenarios, you might want to get details of only licensed office 365 users. To get only licensed users, you need to apply where filter in the output of Get-MsolUser cmdlet All of this part is done in PowerShell while connected and logged in to the MSOLService. 1. Run the command Get-MsolUser -ReturnDeletedUsers | select UserPrincipalName,IsLicensed | export-csv <Some file path where you want the file>. 2. Open the file in Excel, sort by IsLicensed and delete any that are False When viewing the license settings in the Admin Center, the service will now be enabled under the E3 license details: Now, again consider the scenario where a company has assigned E3 licenses, but left the Office 365 ProPlus and Lync Online (Plan 2) services disabled for all E3 licensed users. The company now wants to enable all services, and.

3. We'll need our license information, obtain this via: Get-MSOLAccountSKU. Record the appropriate SKU name for the license you want to assign, e.g. Contoso:POWER_BI_STANDARD SPE_E5 for Microsoft 365 E5 SPE_F1 for Microsoft 365 F1 . Here is the article to get correct license names Get-msoluser -all will pull all the users from your tenant. It's unnecessarily slowing down your script as you don't need all users. Since your looking to have data only certain users, run get-msoluser against each user Open your new Group and select Licenses. Find the new group that we have created and select licenses on the left side. Select Assignments to assign a new license. Select the license you want to assign to the Group. You can change the license services if you want

Get-MsolUser -All run on its own will return all of the users available in the tenant along with whether or not there is a user license assigned. To make this a bit more usable, you could pipe this output to a CSV file and work with it from there. Get-MsolUser | Export-Csv c:\path\AllUsers.CS Find and Export User License Details. We can find and get the applied license details of all the office 365 users by using the Azure AD powershell cmdlet Get-MsolUser.The Get-MsolUser cmdlet returns the user's license details and applied license sub features (enabled license plans) Get-TenantUserNoLicenses - The function below may be utilized to display unlicensed tenant users: Function Get-TenantUserNoLicenses { Get-MsolUser -All -UnlicensedUsersOnly | Select DisplayName, UserPrincipalName } Once the function is executed, you can simply run Get-TenantUserNoLicenses to execute everything in the function

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The list must include the display name, assigned license, email address, and group membership (security group). I think there is no method to do this via the Get-Msoluser command as there is no result on groups. Acquiring information on the group membership is the separate command Get-MsolUser -All | where {$_.StrongAuthenticationMethods.Count -eq 0} | Select-Object -Property UserPrincipalName | Sort-Object userprincipalname. Output: List MFA status of all licensed users and export to a csv file. The following command will export to csv a list of the MFA status of all licensed users. The file will be exported to. It is a tedious task for an administrator to pull a report of or find out who has what license. If you assign licenses via Group-Based licenses, then it might be difficult to find out which group is responsible for assigning the custom license pack. This script is simplified to a point that it requires minimal inputs and should be run as is

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For more information about licensing plans, license, and services, see View licenses and services with PowerShell. Use the Azure Active Directory PowerShell for Graph module. First, connect to your Microsoft 365 tenant. Next, list the license plans for your tenant with this command Today I had a task to get all licensed users, who have Teams license assigned and their SamAccountName start with C. For export I used Import-Excel module which you can find on PowerShell gallery. To change license or service plan you just need to change the 5th line from TEAMS. Office 365 License Reconciliation. Tech Wizard (Sukhija Vikas) / April 11, 2018. This script that I am sharing has been written to assist with our provisioning process: As you are aware when you provisioin new exchnage onine mailbox, if license is not applied, you have 30 days to assign the license. To detect these mailboxes and applying the. Hi All, Please help me on the below request ASAP. I want to see what O365 license are assigned to 25 users in Azure Powershell. I want a script and also format of .csv file which can give me display name and license assigned to the user. Please help me as I am in need of it.. Regards Pavan · You can try just running get-msoluser | select-object.

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If you assign a license before migrating the mailbox, it will fail because if you assign a license and the mailbox does not already exist, it will automatically create a mailbox. I prefer to use connect-msolservice with no parameters so if I typed the password incorrectly I can retype if without the script failing without a parameter, Get-MsolUser only returns 500 objects as result and applying the filter you then 350 active. User the -All switch to return all user, also in combination with your filter. There is also a -MaxResult paramter to specify the amount of objects. Beside that, did you regocnize that there is a new License feature within the new. Get-MsolUser -MaxResults Unlimited | Select-Object UserPrincipalName,IsLicensed,UsageLocation,LicensesBut this also returns shared mailboxes, which I do not want. powershell microsoft-office-365 azure-active-director

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Export Licensed and Blocked Users to CSV. Normally we will block access to the users who are leaving office or terminated employees, once we blocked access to Office 365 service the next step is to remove existing license subscriptions from blocked users, so we need to get a list of users who are licensed and blocked to into Office portal Get-MsolUser-UserPrincipalName < UPN >| Format-List DisplayName, Licenses 20160914-115702 In my tenant, I'm looking for the location of the yes:ENTERPRISEPACK (the E3 subscription). As you can see above, LicenseIndexNumber in my tenant will be 0 because it is located in the first index of the array The Get-MSOLUser command is part of the MSOnline PowerShell module. In many cases you can end up with multiple versions of the MSOnline module installed side by side. Troubleshooting which module is being loaded can be quite confusing. Also, in some cases, the installation of the module itself causes some headache Add/ Remove licenses. This is probably a good time to highlight yesterday's post where I used the newer Set-AzureADUserLicense cmdlet to add remove licenses. The Set-MsolUserLicense cmdlet used above is the older method.. Set-MsolUserLicense can take the -AddLicenses switch to add licenses.. Whereas Set-AzureADUserLicense took a GUID as the license SKU, Set-MsolUserLicense takes a more. Series: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 License Options Overview. In the previous blog post I showed you how to connect to Azure Active Directory using PowerShell and assign a license sku to an Office 365 user which entitles a user for all the services contained therein. In many cases this is sufficient, but some organizations may have more specific needs regarding what services are available to.

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Pastebin.com is the number one paste tool since 2002. Pastebin is a website where you can store text online for a set period of time PowerShell: Importing a CSV to gather information with Get-MsolUser -- to be used in ForEach. K B asked on 3/20/2017. Exchange.NET Programming Microsoft 365 Active Directory Powershell. 11 Comments 2 Solutions 1783 Views Last Modified: 3/22/201 (Get-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName shaejames@contoso.com).Licenses.ServiceStatus Note that this cmdlet will list all the Apps and their status. Success and Disabled is self-explanatory, while PendingProvisioning and PendingActivation is reflected in the follow 3 app entries with the same description Get user's license type based on new Azure AD Group based licensing using PowerShell. Recently Microsoft released much awaited group based license management in Azure AD for users. Now users will have direct license assigned to them or inherited group based license