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    I absolutely agree with this- rather than having to visit each user in the GUI to remove something, we should be able to turn things off and on at a global level. Features should be disabled by default, and then we could just assign what we choose.

    To start, however, I would be satisfied with a decent powershell command to disable features, instead of this nonsense of assigning licenses AGAIN and setting a variable of $options and then using a disabled plans switch, which is hugely labor intensive, difficult, and often doesn't work because there are SO MANY PLANS and SO MANY OVERLAPPING FEATURES, and if you forget to include a filter for isAssigned for licenses, you are in trouble because now you've licensed users you never meant to license at all.

    Please add an option for -enabledplans so that we could assign a license and the features we want, instead of forcing us to enable everything and then disable each feature via -disabledplans.

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