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I am an admin in the for my company. I have 45+ users on the portal for Office 2013 as well as Project and Visio. I need a way to export the list of users and the software licenses attached to their account into an excel format. How is this possible?
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
If you mean the actual activations info, not possible (yet). You can only get that info from the Portal, on a per user basis.

If you mean the actual license/service assignment, you can easily do this with PowerShell. You can use this example script:

As it doesnt include Project/Visio, you need to modify it slightly with the relevant SKUs (which you can get here:

If you want it directly in Excel, check this one:

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