Your company deploys an Office 365 tenant.
You need to ensure that you can view service health and maintenance reports for the past seven days.
What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.
A . Run the Microsoft Online Services Diagnostics and Logging (MOSDAL) Support Kit.
B . View the service health current status page of the Office 365 admin center.
C . View the service settings page of the Office 365 admin center.
D . Subscribe to the Office 365 Service Health RSS Notifications feed.
You can log into Office 365 as an Office365Administrator and view the Service Health Page to view the status of your Office 365 services. You can use the Service Health Page to view information on the status of your services for the current day or you can select the previous 6 days or 30 days for a historical view.
The following icons are used in the Service Health Page:
-A plain green tick indicates that the service is available and there have been no incidents during the reported time period.
-A grey question mark in a circle indicates that a potential issue is currently under investigation.
-A plain green tick with a plus sign indicates that a reported issue was a false positive.
-A white down arrow in a red circle indicates that the service is offline.
-A white up arrow in an orange circle indicates that a service incident is currently being resolved.
-A white right-facing arrow in an orange circle indicates that the service is degraded.
-A white exclamation mark in a blue circle indicates that there was an incident during a previous day and that more information is displayed in the Today column.
-A white square indicates that a post incident report has been published.
In the top right corner of the Service Health page, there is an RSS icon. You can click on the RSS icon to sign up for the service health RSS feed, which will email you when a new event is added or an existing event is updated.