I'm reading the doc for the O365 this morning. On page 7, there's a list
of supported services:

Office 365 includes the hosted versions of Microsoft’s Server products.
The driver provisions users to the following Microsoft Online Services:
. Microsoft Exchange Online
. Microsoft SharePoint Online
. Microsoft Lync Online
. Office Professional Plus
. Office WebApps

which is good information. Later on the same page, it says:

Creating and assigning custom licenses to enable or disable specific
services of Office 365.

which is also good, since I'm hearing that we might want to use O365
here, but not for email, so I'd (probably?) want to disable the
"Microsoft Exchange Online" service, while enabling the others. It seems
odd to me to "add" a license to "disable" a service, but ok.

Later, on page 17, it says:

Office 365 Custom Licenses: Click the [+] icon to create custom Office
365 licenses by disabling specific services. You must use License
Entitlements to assign licenses to the Office 365 users.
. Custom License Name: Specify the name with which a custom license
should be created. This will appear as [domainname]:[license name
(service to be disabled)] in the License Entitlements. If the name
you entered contains spaces or a hyphen “-”, the driver cannot
create a custom license.
. Service Name to be Disabled: Specify the service names to be
disabled. To disable more than one service, use a comma to separate
the service names. For example, to disable Microsoft Exchange and
Microsoft Sharepoint services from your enterprise plan, use this

From this, I'm guessing that:

EXCHANGE_S_ENTERPRISE = Microsoft Exchange Online
SHAREPOINTENTERPRISE = Microsoft SharePoint Online

but I don't see the license string values for the other three services in
the doc anywhere. So, does anybody know what the other three values are?

David Gersic dgersic_@_niu.edu
Knowledge Partner http://forums.netiq.com

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