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Powershell Script for Office 365

Posted on 2016-08-25
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I am looking for a script that will create a report for all users that have the following criteria

Last Email logon
Last Sharepoint Login
Licenses Used

Also does anyone know of a script that will create a report from the input form the admin? For example I run a script and it asks what I require and from a list I choose the required information. Quite happy to pay for that if there is one our there on another site, just need pointing to it.

Thanks in Advance

John
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Jian An Lim earned 500 total points
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I love to get paid for that but you will hate that :)

anyway,  this report give you last email logon (last activity date) and additional information
https://portal.office.com/AdminPortal/Home?switchtomoderndefault=true#/reportsUsage/EmailActivity

for sharepoint, there are no GUI but you can use this script
https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Export-Office-365-User-d0a3122d


for licence consumption, you can go to
https://portal.office.com/Admin/Default.aspx?switchtoclassic=true#AllReportsRootV2
and click on  "Licensing vs Active Usage"
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Thank you Jian, perfect
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