There’s an updated (July 2019) Dynamics 365 Business Central Licensing Guide. The major change is the addition of a new Device Subscription Licence which allows any number of users to use Business Central via a licensed device. It’s important to note that the Device SL gives access to a subset of Business Central capabilities which are detailed on page 8.
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There’s an updated (April 2019) Dynamics 365 Business Central Licensing Guide. The most notable change is confirmation that Business Central Essentials and Premium licences include all the functionality of PowerApps Plan 2, and there’s a change log on page 10 detailing other adjustments.
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Dynamics 365 Business Central, the all-in-one ERP business management solution aimed at small and medium businesses, was released as a cloud solution in April 2018. Now (October 2018) it’s available as an on-premises solution, replacing the Dynamics NAV product. It’s only available through the Dynamics Price List (DPL) and the licensing is explained in a Licensing Guide which you can find on the PartnerSource portal here: http://bit.ly/2RxQrIv.
Customers who license the on-premises solution may move to the cloud solution by purchasing Business Central Cloud Add-on licences. Premium and Team Member Add-ons are available and one or the other must be acquired for all Business Central On-Premises users. Find details on page 90 of the October 2018 Product Terms document.
In addition, existing Business Central cloud users licensed with active User Subscription Licences may install the Business Central On-Premises server software and access it under their current licences. Find details on page 21 of the October 2018 Online Services Terms document.
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