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Exploring the Upcoming Changes to License Re-Assignment in Exchange Online

How to Re-assign Exchange Online Licenses with Upcoming Changes
Exchange Online licenses are changing due to upcoming changes from Microsoft. This change will affect organizations and end users alike. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the upcoming changes to Exchange Online licenses, and how organizations and users can best prepare for them.

What Are the Upcoming Changes to Exchange Online Licenses?
Microsoft is making changes to Exchange Online licenses that will affect the way organizations and end users assign and re-assign licenses. The main changes are:

* Organizations will no longer be able to re-assign licenses within the same tenant.
* Organizations will need to assign a separate license to each user.
* Organizations will need to purchase a new license for any user who is re-assigned a license.

Why Is Microsoft Making These Changes?
Microsoft is making these changes to simplify the process of assigning and re-assigning licenses. With the new changes, organizations will no longer need to manage multiple licenses for the same user. This makes the process of assigning and re-assigning licenses much easier for organizations and end users alike.

How Can Organizations Prepare for These Changes?
Organizations can prepare for these changes by ensuring they have enough licenses to cover their needs. Organizations should also make sure to keep track of any licenses that have been re-assigned, so they can be re-assigned to a new user if needed.

What Steps Should End Users Take?
End users should make sure they have the correct license assigned to them. End users should also keep track of any licenses that have been re-assigned, so they can be re-assigned to a new user if needed.

Conclusion
The upcoming changes to Exchange Online licenses will affect organizations and end users alike. Organizations should make sure they have enough licenses to cover their needs, and end users should make sure they have the correct license assigned to them. By following these steps, organizations and end users can ensure a smooth transition to the new licensing model.
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Upcoming changes to license re-assignment in Exchange Online

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