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  • Last I checked, the licensing section in O365 will show you how many of each type you have paid for.  Each user will show what license type they have.

    You should also be able to check with PS:

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/enterprise/view-account-license-and-service-details-w...

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  • Thanks, but I already checked there.  It's definitely not listed as a stand-alone license, leading me to believe it must be included in one of the other licenses.  I'm just scratching my head trying to figure out which one so I know just how many of my users are technically/legitimately licensed for CAP.


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  • ...and perhaps I should learn to read.  Completely missed the part about checking through PS.  I'll slog through that documentation in a bit and see if I can find anything out.  Thanks!

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  • Hey OP - Glad to see you're utilizing Trusted Tech Team! Have you reached out to TTT yet about this question? If not, let me know if you'd like me to pass on your questions to the team! Happy to help facilitate.

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  • Kelly for Trusted Tech Team wrote:

    Hey OP - Glad to see you're utilizing Trusted Tech Team! Have you reached out to TTT yet about this question? If not, let me know if you'd like me to pass on your questions to the team! Happy to help facilitate.

    Kelly, I will definitely take you up on that!  I thought maybe I could figure out how to tell on my own and learn something in the process, but I just don't have the time to dive down the MS licensing rabbit hole at the moment.

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  • Ode2joy wrote:

    Kelly for Trusted Tech Team wrote:

    Hey OP - Glad to see you're utilizing Trusted Tech Team! Have you reached out to TTT yet about this question? If not, let me know if you'd like me to pass on your questions to the team! Happy to help facilitate.

    Kelly, I will definitely take you up on that!  I thought maybe I could figure out how to tell on my own and learn something in the process, but I just don't have the time to dive down the MS licensing rabbit hole at the moment.

    Sweet! I just PM'd you for your contact info to get you all set up with the team if needed.

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