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Get license assignment paths like GroupsAssigningLicense property in PowerShell

Allow retrieval of license assignment paths (shown in the Licenses blade of the Microsoft Azure Portal) like the GroupsAssigningLicense property does on license objects in PowerShell. Need to be able to determine if user's license is coming from a group licensing assignment ("inherited") or direct. Then must remove the direct licenses which have a corresponding inherited license. There's a good write-up on how to do this from PowerShell (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/active-directory-licensing-ps-examples#remove-direct-licenses-for-users-with-group-licenses), but the critical piece (the GroupsAssigningLicense property) is missing from MS Graph.

With the introduction of group licensing, this feature would allow our self-service licensing app to prevent sending a license removal request for a user that would otherwise be rejected with an error because the license is inherited from a group.

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