A company migrates to Office 365. 2,000 active users have valid Office 365 licenses assigned.
An additional 5,000 user accounts were created during the migration and testing processes. These users do not have any licenses assigned.
You need to remove the Office 365 user accounts that do not have any licenses assigned by using the least amount of administrative effort.
Which Windows PowerShell command should you run?
A . Get-MsolUser -All-EnabledFilter "DisabledOnly" | Remove-MsolUser -Force
B . Get-MsolUser-EnabledFilter "DisabledOnly" | Remove-MsolUser -Force
C . Get-MsolUser -All -UnlicensedUsersOnly | Remove-MsolUser -Force
D . Get-MsolUser -UnlicensedUsersOnly | Remove-MsolUserCForce
Step 1: Get all unlicensed users:
The Get-MsolUser cmdlet can be used to retrieve an individual user, or list of users. We must use both the CAll and the CUnlicensedUsersOnlyparameters to retrieve all unlicensed users.
-All [<SwitchParameter>] If present, then all results will be returned.
-UnlicensedUsersOnly [<SwitchParameter>] The filter for only users who are not assigned a license.
Step 2: Remove these users through the Remove-MsolUser CForce command.
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