Office 365 Subscription Health Test
The Office 365 Subscription Health test provides an overview of your Office 365 licensing plans. Licensing plans define the Office 365 services that are available to users. The test shows license activity such as the number of licenses that are currently assigned to users (used) and how many licenses are due for renewal.
During the first 30 days after an Office 365 subscription ends, the Office 365 tenant account is in a period known as the expired state. During the expired period, users can still access data. After 30 days, the tenant account enters the disabled state for 90 days. During this period, users cannot access data. An Office 365 administrator can log in, backup data, or reactivate the subscription.
At the end of the disabled state, 120 days after the subscription has ended, the account enters the deprovisioning state. During the deprovisioning state, the data from user accounts and also email data and documents, is permanently deleted.
The following software is required.
If the password of the Office 365 credential is changed, you must change the password on Office 365 connection properties.
Health tests available from the Exchange organization node
About the Exchange-based health tests
The following health tests are available when you right-click the Exchange organization node:
You can also create a Generic Server Health Test to monitor your generic servers. To create a Generic Server Health Test, see Creating and configuring health tests .
Exchange Server Health Test
The Exchange Server Health Test allows you to monitor the basic health of all your Exchange servers. This test allows you to monitor the following types of information:
You can run the server health test against any version of Exchange.
For information about the required configuration on each Exchange server and the required permissions for the test credentials, see the Unified Communications Diagnostics Deployment Guide.