How to manage Microsoft 365 with Windows PowerShell for Delegated Access Permissions partners
This article applies to both Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Office 365 Enterprise.
Delegated Access Permission (DAP) partners are Syndication and Cloud Solution Providers (CSP) Partners. Many are network or telecom providers. They bundle Microsoft 365 subscriptions into their service offerings. When they sell a Microsoft 365 subscription, they're automatically granted Administer On Behalf Of (AOBO) permissions to the customer's tenancies so they can administer and report on those tenancies. These tasks are difficult to do in the Microsoft 365 admin center. It's much easier to use PowerShell for Microsoft 365 to do administrative tasks such as:
- List all the customer TenantIds and their domains
- Identify all users in a customer tenancy and their assigned licenses
Some administrative tasks can only be done in PowerShell.
The following articles show how Syndication and CSP partners use PowerShell to administer their customer tenancies:
Manage Microsoft 365 tenants with Windows PowerShell for Delegated Access Permissions (DAP) partners
Add a domain to a client tenancy with Windows PowerShell for Delegated Access Permission (DAP) partners
Retrieve customer tenant reporting data with Windows PowerShell for Delegated Access Permissions (DAP) partners
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