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These reports provide a complete picture of your license information for Office 365 and other Microsoft services. Office 365 has various plans that can be mixed and matched as needed, and each plan has its own set of restrictions on the connected, licensed Microsoft applications. This web of licenses necessitates centralized management that makes it easy to tell which plan each user falls into and the applications licensed through it. Office 365 license reports answer this need with real-time data on the license status of Microsoft business application services.
These reports can be scheduled to run at fixed intervals, emailed to administrators, and exported to multiple formats such as CSV, XLS (Microsoft Excel), PDF (Adobe Acrobat), or HTML.
Reports in this category include:
This report displays all license packs purchased for a corresponding Office 365 account, including information on the number of active units, warning units, and consumed units.
Active units are the licenses purchased, and consumed units are the licenses currently assigned to user accounts. Warning units are the licenses that have expired. The services still work when they are in a warning state for a grace period, which is usually 30 days. Any value in warning units will serve as a reminder to purchase Office 365 licenses to ensure uninterrupted access.
This report lists the various Microsoft applications that each user with an Office 365 account is licensed to use and the status of that license.
This report will include license statuses for the following applications:
A graphical representation of the number of users licensed to each of the above applications is also included in this report, clearly displaying usage details for each application.
This report lists the users who are currently licensed with Office 365 to help with effective license management.