Connect two O365 Tenants

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Hello,

 

is there a way to connect two O365 tenants which keeps the administration things separat, but:

  • Share Licencing (One Licence for both tenant)
  • Users are Members not Guests in both tenant

Thx

1 Reply
No, for something like that you'd need to consolidate to a single tenant. There are some changes coming though, with the new "direct connect" model you will be able to assign access to people from other tenants without adding them as Guests first. Check for example this article: https://practical365.com/will-teams-connect-unlock-complex-migrations-to-microsoft-365/