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In addition to his work at Atea Danmark, Larsen is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Enterprise Mobility and co-organizer of the Everything Windows User Group Denmark (EWUG.dk).
There’s a lot happening right now around making Windows 10 easier for businesses to deploy and manage. Larsen’s blog touches on many Windows 10 enterprise-related topics, and especially those with an Intune and Azure Active Directory (AD) twist. (Speaking of Azure AD, there’s a first-ever Reddit AMA this week on March 9 that’s focused on Azure AD.)
One of Larsen’s latest posts that caught my eye.
Changes to “group-based licensing” in Azure AD are coming soon
At the last 2 Ignites there has been mentioned that soon Group-based licensing is coming to AzureAD. This can be done for EMS or Intune licenses today. The new is that you automatic assign a license to every product that you have in the cloud, O365, Windows 10, Dynamics, etc.
And a week-plus after Larsen’s post, Microsoft announced the public preview of Azure AD Group-based license management for Office 365.