IT administrators are responsible for managing users' Office 365 licenses including assigning and configuring Office 365 and Azure AD licenses for new employees, cancelling or transferring existing licenses when employees leave the company, and reassigning unassigned licenses to other users. Office 365 license management is a crucial role that ensures the optimum number of licenses are available to support your business today and into the future. Equally important, it ensures that you aren't spending valuable IT budget on more licenses than you really need. Quest® On Demand License Management provides visibility into Microsoft Office 365 licenses and the reporting capabilities needed to help IT administrators achieve optimal license utilization.
Deprovision users effectively from your Office 365 tenant, through a series of essential steps for admins to follow before deleting a user account
Quickly edit Group members, Group owners and User properties in bulk like Designation, Department, Address, Licenses etc. using a grid interface
Save on your Office 365 licensing costs. Take full control of provisioning office 365 user licenses/services with full audit trail.
Migrate and Manage mailbox and folder permissions.
Analyze who has access to what in your Office 365.
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