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Delegate365 allows to modify licenses in many ways, manually, automatically and with bulk-assignments. With version 8.3, the license policies will be considered for bulk assignments as well. See a description of that functionality here.
After the major upgrade that came with Delegate365 v8.1, v8.2 brings various improvements and fixes to optimize daily tasks in Delegate365. See the details here.
Sometimes support cases are opened because users cannot login to Delegate365 with their Office 365 account. In most cases, the browser cache automatically signs-in a user with wrong credentials. Please follow these simple steps to see how to achieve a successful login to the Delegate365 portal in such scenarios.
Delegate365 is a user-friendly tool to enable delegated management of users, licenses, and groups. This means that only objects assigned to a scope administrator are displayed in Delegate365. So, sometimes, we get questions as "I can't see my users/shared mailbox or similar". Here's why and how to solve such issues.
Delegate365 protocols operations in it's audit logs. This log space can be accessed from entitled users and it's simple to create a custom Power BI dashboard for your Delegate365 data. See how this works here step-by-step.
As announced in Delegate365 changelog version 8.1-Many new features, this version brings PowerShell support for administrators. All Delegate365 admins can use the PowerShell module if the access is granted by Portal Admins. See the How-To here.
Delegate365 runs completely in Microsoft Azure, in a region of the customer's choice. So, for US-based companies, Delegate365 is hosted within the United States of America, for EU-based customers, Delegate365 is hosted within the European Union, etc. Since we sometimes get questions about the location of the Delegate365 solution, we want to inform about the hosting options here.
These days, the next major Delegate365 version 8.1 is released. In that new version, there are a lot of new and improved features available for all Delegate365 customers. The menu has been restructured, permission policies allow to define granular rights and license policies simplify the set of licenses for Scope Admins. Furthermore, there are a bunch of useful improvements and the Delegate365 PowerShell module is available. See the details here.
With Delegate365 version 8.1 and the new permission policies, there come the new license policies as well. In previous versions of Delegate365, Admins could restrict the Office 365 licenses and plans for each Scope Admin. Now, the license set is replaced by a license policy that can be assigned to multiple administrators. See here, how this works.
When we started with Delegate365 five years ago, basic permissions were sufficient to control what features can be used by Scope Admins. Since Delegate365 evolved with more functionality and we received requests from our customers, it was time to renew the permission control to a more granular level. So, the existing permissions have been replaced with permission policies. With Delegate365 version 8.1, each Administrator gets a permission policy assigned that controls on a very granular level, what modules and features can be managed. The new menu structuring is part of that functionality. See how the permission policies work and how existing permissions are converted here.
With Delegate365 version 8.1 there comes a new menu structure. The new menu groups the functions more logically and allows granular control with new permission policies. The new policies are are described in a separate article. See the menu differences before and after in this overview.
With Delegate365 version 8.0, besides many other features, a brand new feature has been added to Delegate365: Group OU’s. In short, a Group OU can be used by Scope Admins for using members of another OU they do not manage themselves. See how this works here.