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Determine users connecting to Exchange Online via Office 2011 for Mac

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Hello- I'm trying to roll out two-factor authentication in our Office 365 environment, and modern authentication is not compatible with Office 2011 for Mac.  We're trying to identify those users who are using Office 2011 so that we can upgrade them or temporarily bypass 2FA before we turn it on and break them.  

I see in prior versions of on-prem Exchange, you could run Get-Logonstatistics to return the client version, but I was wondering if there's something similar that we could do in Exchange Online (and specifically distinguish Outlook for Mac vs. Windows).

Thanks!
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 500 total points
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Check the report available in the O365 admin center -> Reports -> Usage -> Email app usage. Or directly via: https://portal.office.com/adminportal/home#/reportsUsage/EmailClients

Other than that, you can check on the logs via the Security and Compliance center, but you will have to go over each user separately.
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Thank you so much, that got me everything I needed!
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