Provide at least two licenses in O365 Developer Pack
You can't test user permissions and other things with a single admin user. Running as admin isn't really best practice when developing. Agreed?
This was delivered in March of 2018 with the new E3 tenant. we now offer up to 25 users for development purposes including the admin
Hi the Office 365 developer program subscription provides up to 25 user licenses including the admin. So this should provide you with everything you need to create a robust sandbox for development and testing purposes. Check out our latest documentation on the program. In the next month we will also be providing sample data packs that automatically create up to 16 test users for you and sample data to test Microsoft Graph scenarios. Here is the link to our latest documentation https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/developer-program/office-365-developer-program-faq
Chris Givens commented
I would agree with 3.
Romain Dalle commented
I agree with 3 to 5 user licences shipped with O365 tenant with MSDN subscription !
Ryan Feagley commented
I would like to see the MSDN tenant come with 3 to 5 licenses of O365 E5 and EMS E5 so developers can test and develop against a fully hardened tenant.
Kyle Petersen commented
I would think at least 3 accounts: 1 for administrator - 1 for contributor access and 1 for visitor access. That way we can test various access scenarios.