If you already have Microsoft 365 installed on your system, then there are a few steps you will need to take to complete the installation of Microsoft 365. The installation wizard will walk you through the process of installing the Microsoft 365 software on your system, verifying and adding your domain, creating user accounts for them, assigning permissions to them, and associating their email with the corresponding Microsoft 365 mailboxes. Once you have created the user account, you will be able to log into your mailbox at any time to access all the emails you have recently received. If you require further customization of the Microsoft 365 software on your system, then you will be able to either download the software or purchase the Microsoft 365 Elements pack that contains various additional features and enhancements that will further customize your setup. Find out – microsoft365.com/setup
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Another important part of the installation process is the ability to install the Microsoft 365 application by using the Microsoft 365 Setup Wizard. This wizard will enable you to choose which Microsoft 365 servers you wish to be included in the setup (you can select ‘Managed Server Installing’ if you have managed servers) and will then allow you to install the entire server locally or on a remote server if you are so inclined. Once the installation is complete, it is advisable that you enable the Microsoft 365 service so that it will run apps that are ready to go right out of the box without having to configure anything further.
One important note when installing Microsoft 365 setup is that you should create a unique Keycode in order to prevent duplicate keys throughout the system. You will be provided with a special install tab where you should enter the unique keycode. You can create other install tabs for each individual program that you want to install on your system, such as install Office 365 apps, so that you are not limited to a single keycode.