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    I agree that it would be nice for an administrator to be able to have some options for reporting and deactivation of old devices for users via Powershell.

    We have a process that runs when a computer is returned to inventory. It would be helpful if as part of this process we could automatically deactivate the office install on that computer for the user who had activated it before. The goal is to prevent the user from eventually receiving the message that they have reached their activation limit and them needing to deactivate old installs themselves.

    Running a command to be able to report activations per user would be helpful also.

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    I will echo the comments that better admin tools for connectors are needed, as there is almost nothing right now. This is a big disappointment.

    We currently are creating unified groups via PowerShell and are setting the ConnectorsEnabled parameter to false by default, which does work fine. However, when we enable connectors for a particular group there are now NO controls over which connectors can be added to that group. It would be nice if we could allow only specific, approved connectors to be used. Or ideally, it would be nice if an administrator could add individual connectors to groups without allowing the group owners to add other connectors.

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