Office 365 users synchronization fails with the following output:
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Unable to process the ambiguous license assignment.)
The following string can be found in the Office 365 sitelog:
WARN sync: User with azure Ad-ObjectID '8facca47-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-bc8600539bbd' (user id is 'edxxxx40-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-cd0df075223a') has an ambiguous license assignment: unable to bind Provisioning IDs 'MCOPSTN2' to any customer subscriptions.
Microsoft does not differentiate subscriptions for the same offer in scope of user license assignment, but the Office 365 application does. This behavior will be improved in scope of request #APSA-19010.
There are few possible cases with different ways to resolve the issue.
Common Area Phoneaddon misconfiguration. To avoid the issue, it is required to find
Common Area Phonelicense in the Office 365 instance settings and mark it as
can be assigned to users. After that go to Add-on tab and add
Common Area Phonelicense as parent for
Two subscriptions with the same offer on the Odin Automation side, but one is in disabled state. In order to fix the issue, need to destroy disabled subscription or re-activate it.
Discrepancy between license quantity for the same subscription on the Odin Automation and Microsoft sides. Quantity for subscription on Microsoft side is bigger then in Odin Automation. In order to resolve the issue, buy additional licenses through the billing to make it equal to Microsoft.
Customer has additional subscription for the same offer on Microsoft side but this subscription absent in Odin Automation. In this case, it is required to import this subscription to Odin Automation.
- Customer has additional subscription for the same offer purchased through another Microsoft Partner. There is no workaround for such case at the moment.
Contact your Technical Account Manager or Pooled Technical Associates to trace the status of the #APSA-19010.