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Office 365 Logging Account Changes

Posted on 2016-10-12
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Is there a way to see who edited and what they edited in a users mailbox/account in Office 365?
Trying to see if there's a history of someone changing a users license to something else causing havoc.

I just had two users say that they were using O365 for months, then couldn't earlier, and found that their license had been changed.

Thanks in advance.
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Did you check the Audit logs under the SCC: https://protection.office.com/#/unifiedauditlog

Every admin/priviledged action is audited by default, for owner/delegate actions you need to have the mailbox audit enabled for the particular mailbox.
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