In the past I written and presented on the topic of user licensing in D365FO, the methodology used has not really changed since October 2019 when Microsoft released their new ‘privilege based licensing’. Recently though I was contacted about some interesting behavior on how D365FO was reporting particular licenses. I did a deeper dive into why this was and wanted to share my findings.
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I recently found a hidden feature flag (DisabledReadGrantTeamMembersLicense) that changes how the D365FO user licensing analysis is performed.
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