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You have an Office 365 subscription.
All of the users in your tenant are assigned an E5 license.
You need to view the list of planned updates for Microsoft Skype for Business Online.Solution: You open the Office 365 admin center and you review the contents of service health dashboard.
Does this meet the goal?

A.
Yes

B.
No

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https://support.office.com/en-us/article/How-to-check-Office-365-service-health-932ad3ad-533c-
418a-b938-6e44e8bc33b0

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  1. Shotgun Harry

    Planned maintenance events aren’t shown in service health. You can track planned maintenance events by staying up to date with the Message center. Filter to messages categorized as Plan for change to find out when the change is going to happen, its effect, and how to prepare for it. See Message center in Office 365 for more details.

    Answer is no

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