Jun 07 2020
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Jan 14 2022
I am working on Azure B2B in order to add guest users in my Azure AD tenant.
I am wondering how to know the following information?
The document explains:
"B2B guest user licensing is automatically calculated and reported based on the 1:5 ratio. Additionally, guest users can use free Azure AD features with no additional licensing requirements. Guest users have access to free Azure AD features even if you don’t have any paid Azure AD licenses."
As reported here: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/active-directory/, my guest users use only free Azure AD features, such as:
So my question is, the 1:5 ratio is also applied for free Azure AD features? Am I subject to this ratio even if guest users use free AAD features?
Can I see somewhere on the portal if I exceed this limit?
Jan 10 2023 09:08 AM - edited Jan 10 2023 09:12 AM
Can i aske a similar question with a twist. I have B2B External users also. Howerver they authenticate externally (of course, they are external) in thier local M365 enviroment. On my side , thier External user accounts I have converted thier UserType from "guest" to "member". (for a variety of good and useful reasons... think M&A integration )
In otherwords in my M365 tenent theyt are External-Member (as apposed to External-Guest). My qestion then is, is thier M365 license (from where they came) recognized on my side (as External-Members in my tenant). e.g. do they bring that with them thier license when B2B-ing into my tenent). Or perhaps since they are External- "Members" , i need to assign my licences (if and as required) ?