I have had an Office 365 ProPlus subscription for one year. I pay $12/month for this subscription. I signed up for the Power BI beta program last fall and I had activated two of the 25 seats available. I did not use the same username as for my Office 365
ProPlus subscription. I recently received a notice that the Power BI subscription is expiring on 3/4/14 so I just purchased the Power BI with SharePoint Online subscription for $40/month.
I am now getting a message on my Power BI site that there is a licensing conflict between my two subscription. This appears to be occurring because I had activated two seats on the Power BI beta but I only purchased one seat going forward. I have tried to
delete one of the seats (users) from Microsoft Power BI for Office 365 subscription but the site won't process the deletion. What should I do?
The other question I have is will my Office 365 ProPlus subscription work with the Microsoft Power BI for Office 365 subscription? Do I just let the Microsoft Office 365 Plan E3 that I received when I signed up for the beta expire?
Hi Guy. Thank you for your reply. I followed your suggestion and the error message no longer appears.
Thanks for your help.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 9:21 PM
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