determine the country of an Office 365 user.


How do I determine the country of an Office 365 user in the portal?

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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
In the O365 admin portal all you need to do is simply to navigate to the Users section and click the user to display its properties. Now, the question is what you mean by country? There is the "Country or region" property that corresponds to the c/co/country attributes from on-premises AD. There's also the "Usage location" attribute, that is set on O365 side and relates to how the user is licensed. Both of these are displayed in the Users's details, or as Dmitri pointed above you can easily get the information via PowerShell.
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