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What should you do? Your company subscribes to an Office 365 Plan E3. A user named User1 installs Office Professional Plus for Office 365 on a client computer. From the Microsoft Online Services portal, you assign User1 an Office Professional Plus license. One month after installing Office, User1 can no longer save and edit Office documents on the client computer. User1 can open and view Office documents. You need to ensure that User1 can save and edit documents on the client computer by using office.



A. Install the Office Customization Tool
B. Reinstall Office Professional Plus
C. Install the Microsoft Online Services Sign-in Assistant
D. Upgrade the subscription to Plan E4

This question is part of 70-346 - O365 Identities/Requirements
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Aug 10, 2020

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C. Marcus

C. Marcus, Content Developer, Washington

Answered Feb 21, 2019

It is a bit weird that User 1 can no longer edit and create documents anymore after a month when user 1 has already been given a license to make sure that Microsoft Office will work well. A is not a good option because doing this will not do anything for the office document and will not change things.

Besides, this cannot be accessed when saving and editing is not possible. D is also not a good option because once again, this cannot be done when the Office seems to be locked anyway. With B and C given as the remaining options, I would choose B.

There is a chance that there is only a glitch that may be resolved by reinstalling the program again on User 1’s computer.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 13, 2017

Install the Microsoft Online Services Sign-in Assistant
 

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