Is there a powershell way to view users who have e3 licenses but no active 365 pro plus installs? I have over 5k users and know I can probably move 1k of them to e1 licenses but i dont want to open 5k accounts to view installs.
As per MS...
You could try this, if the file is on the user system, then an install happened.
use ospp.vbs script...
If the 32-bit version of Office 365 ProPlus is installed on the 32-bit version of Windows:
If the 32-bit version of Office 365 ProPlus is installed on the 64-bit version of Windows:
If the 64-bit version of Office 365 ProPlus is installed on the 64-bit version of Windows:
Or , you can try this.
Running the following...
reg query HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Common\Identity\IdToAuthorityUrlMapping
Should result to this...
Then do this...
AuthorityUrl : https://login.windows.net/common/oauth2/authorize
PSProvider : Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\Registry
Grab the computer name inline with this Reg check, thus leading to a potential automated way to report of which machines are using which installs for office.
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