Export Office365 users along with assigned licenses to CSV

Here is a small PowerShell script to Export all users in your tenant along with the licenses assigned to them in O365.

To Execute this you must have MSOL  PowerShell module installed which you can install by running following command

Install-Module MSOnline

Once its installed run following script

#Establish a PowerShell session with Office 365. You'll be prompted for your Delegated Admin credentials

if (!$UserCredential)
{
$UserCredential = Get-Credential
}

Connect-MsolService -Credential $UserCredential

Get-MsolUser -All | select DisplayName,USerprincipalname,islicensed,{$_.Licenses.AccountSkuId} | Export-CSV C:\<FileName>.csv

PCF Custom Control Builder

Power Maverick

Now with PowerApps Component Framework for model-driven apps and PowerApps CLI generally available, I think the XrmToolbox plugin PCF Custom Control Builder will come very handy. This tool enables you to build Custom Controls with ease where you do not need to write the CLI commands. Most of the commands are consolidated into one button click making it easier to build controls. So, download the plugin using “Plugin Store”.

To read more about what is PowerApps Component Framework read here.

Overview

Toolbar

Below is the list of buttons available on the toolbar and description of the actions they perform:

  • New PCF Control
    • New from Blank: This would setup the plugin to guide you through the process of creating a custom control from scratch.
    • New from Template: The plugin would present you with various community built custom controls published on PCF Gallery. Once you download any of the custom…

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