Feb 07 2018 07:43 AM
Feb 07 2018 07:43 AM
Is there a way to show, when a user have received a license in the Admin Center?
In my case, we adding the user in a AD group and with process in the background the user will be adding automatically to the Office 365 AD group. But currently I don´t now, which user have received the last available licenses.
I have used powershell, but I could only see which license the user have, not when the license have assigned.
Feb 07 2018 11:40 AM
I would look into audit logs in Security and Compliance, or Azure AD. Also, in the adoption pack of Office 365 for Power BI. in Office 365 Admin portal -> Reports -> usage
Feb 07 2018 01:04 PM
You can check the assignment date via the Azure AD PowerShell module:
[23:03:55][Login script]# (Get-AzureADUser -SearchString HuKu).AssignedPlans AssignedTimestamp CapabilityStatus Service ServicePlanId ----------------- ---------------- ------- ------------- 06/01/2018 07:44:03 Enabled MicrosoftCommunicationsOnline 5a10155d-f5c1-411a-a8ec-e99aae125390 06/01/2018 07:44:03 Enabled PowerBI 70d33638-9c74-4d01-bfd3-562de28bd4ba
Jul 31 2018 12:41 PM
Is there any script that I can use for running this command for all the users in my tenant?
Oct 04 2018 03:29 AM
What happen if we want to know the assignment date of a license without service plans?
(Like for example Advanced Threat protection)
Oct 08 2018 12:05 AM
But in Azure Logs I can only see the last 30 days.
I want to know when an ATP license was assigned to an user.
Jul 08 2020 07:46 AM
I hope "reopening" this topic is okay! The provided solution is exactly what I'm looking for, however, it does not work for me. The "AssignedPlans" parameter is not available. If I try to apply it to a user object, it returns just an empty line. Example:
PS C:\Users> (Get-AzADUser -UserPrincipalName firstname.lastname@example.org).AssignedPlans PS C:\Users>
If I run the following command, I get all assigned licenses for the same user, so the command above should return at least something. The .Licenses parameter is useful, but it does not solve my problem regarding the timestamp of the assignment.
PS C:\Users> (Get-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName email@example.com).Licenses ExtensionData: ... AccountSku: ... AccountSkuId: ... GroupsAssigningLicense: ... ServiceStatus: ...
Is the ".AssignedPlans" parameter possibly superseded or are my Azure AD rights not sufficient for displaying the data?
Is there another way to get the timestamp of license assignments except for checking the audit logs (since some assignments are older than 30 days).
Some additional PowerShell information:
Version: 5.1.18362.752 Script 1.8.1 Az.Accounts Script 2.1.0 Az.Resources Script 18.104.22.168 ISE Manifest 22.214.171.124 Microsoft.PowerShell.Management Manifest 126.96.36.199 Microsoft.PowerShell.Security Manifest 188.8.131.52 Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility Manifest 184.108.40.206 Microsoft.WSMan.Management Manifest 220.127.116.11 MSOnline
Many thanks in advance!
Jul 13 2020 04:55 AM
I figured it out: My problem was that I used the "Get-AzADUser" cmdlet instead of the "Get-AzureADUser" cmdlet, which has been described by Vasil. I did not know that those two are different until now.
Thanks anyway and best regards!
Jul 13 2020 06:37 AM