Manage Office installs Powershell report

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  • #36066

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    Hi All,
    Firstly allow me to apologise if this has been asked elsewhere (site search yielded no results)

    Is there a way of creating a Powershell script that will generate a report of Office installs per user?
    This can be seen in the office 365 admin panel under:
    Active Users >> select user >> Office Installations: Edit >> Microsoft Office

    Many thanks in advance

  • #36067

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    I've not run across anywhere Microsoft exposes that information to PowerShell, at present.

  • #36080

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    You may be able to get the information from users associated computers.

    Get-CimInstance -Class OfficeSoftwareProtectionProduct

  • #36119

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    I feel your problem Robert; I also stumbled upon this challenge. There's no exposure *yet* of this functionality through PowerShell. I guess this has something to do with Privacy of the end user. Check the bottom of this blogpost: http://blogs.technet.com/b/odsupport/archive/2015/06/22/office-365-proplus-user-activations-management.aspx

    So, the only way to check how many activations exists for an user, is through the Office 365 admin portal. I would suggest to up-vote this on the uservoice website. There is already an idea suggested: https://office365.uservoice.com/forums/273493-office-365-admin/suggestions/7311743-enable-management-and-reporting-of-office-proplus

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