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Hello!

Could you say anything about aprox. release date and what functionality you have planned for this release?

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Hello,

The release is scheduled for the middle of February. I'll include Office 365 support, new customization options for Web Interface and enhanced views for Administration console.

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If a user isn't associated with any Office 365 tenant, the section will NOT be shown.

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Hello. I upgraded our installation yesterday, and it looks good. Installed some Azure Powershell Modules etc, and Office 365 connectivity seems to be working. Great work!

However, when I want to assign Office 365 licenses, I only see the "parent" license, and I can't manually select the sub-licenses. In other words; when I want to assign a license to a user, I can only assign the full E3 license, not "just Sharepoint and Lync". I am aware that I, in the "Tenant Details" can click on a plan and "hardcode" that if I choose the E3 license, assign only Lync and Sharepoint, but that seems a little backwards. Is there a quick fix for this?

Regards, Erlend

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Hello Erland,

Currently it is not possible. Can you explain why you want to assign specific services instead of assigning a whole plan?

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Thanks for answering, Eugene.
To be honest, it's not a "problem", I would just have preferred to have it list the specific services instead of the whole plan. No big deal, though :)

Another low priority suggestion:
Intune and Sharepoint seems to be missing "friendly names":

Licenses:
Office 365 Enterprise E3
INTUNE_A
Lync Online (Plan 1)
SHAREPOINTSTANDARD_YAMMER

And a final question:
I have made a scheduled task; If a laptop is not part of the DirectAccess security group, add it, and mail a report to the helpdesk. It sends one mail per computer added. Is there a way to make it mail a summary instead?

Thanks!

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Another low priority suggestion:
Intune and Sharepoint seems to be missing "friendly names"

Thanks for reporting it! We'll fix it in the nearest minor update.

I have made a scheduled task; If a laptop is not part of the DirectAccess security group, add it, and mail a report to the helpdesk. It sends one mail per computer added. Is there a way to make it mail a summary instead?

No, it is impossible, unless you use a PowerShell script to add laptops to the group in your Scheduled Task.

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