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Hidden treasures: Use Excel data types from Power BI - 365 Community

Hidden treasures: Use Excel data types from Power BI

In the Billing section of the Microsoft 365 admin center there’s an option to export a list of users that are assigned to a specific license (Billing > Licenses > License: Export users). In the exported csv file the following user details are listed:

Block credential,City,Country/Region,Department,DirSyncEnabled,Display name,Fax,First name,Last dirsync time,Last name,Last password change...

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Hidden treasures: Use Excel data types from Power BI – There’s Something About Dynamics 365

Posted by In the Billing section of the Microsoft 365 admin center there’s an option to export a list of users that are assigned to a specific license (Billing > Licenses > License: Export users).

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Author: Stefan Strube

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