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need a powershell script in Office 365 to change licenses in bulk

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can someone provide a script that I can use to switch 100+ users from one plan in office 365 [e1] to a new plan [e3]

thx in advance.

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thanks, ive seen those articles, the script works for assigning new licenses, but not changing licenses, which is what I'm trying to do in bulk.

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thx

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