I do believe all of the below is accurate but, just because I so say is pretty 
moot – you should contact your LSP (licensing partner) for for a definitive 
answer that you be sure about.


From: listsad...@lists.myitforum.com [mailto:listsad...@lists.myitforum.com] On 
Behalf Of Steve Whitcher
Sent: Thursday, December 1, 2016 8:00 AM
To: mssms@lists.myitforum.com
Subject: [mssms] Semi-OT: What is included in MS EMS? (Licensing)

It's time to plan next year's budget.  I've had my eye on EMS for a while, and 
am trying to figure out whether it fills the gaps I think it does.  We need to 
add some additional licensing, and re-buy some that we accidentally let the SA 
lapse on.  Based on what I've found, I believe EMS includes some of this 
licensing, but since I'm piecing together information from multiple sources I 
fear I may be mis-interpreting something.

I'm looking at the charts on these pages:

Based on the EMS pricing page, I see that EMS E3 includes:

  *   Azure Active Directory Premium (P1)
  *   Windows Server User CAL
  *   Intune
  *   AIP, ATA, and other acronyms that aren't directly relevant at the moment
From the Intune pricing page, I see that an Intune subscription includes:

  *   SCCM
  *   SCEP
  *   MDM/MAM
  *   etc
That leaves me with the understanding that if a user is licensed for EMS E3, 
they and/or the devices they use do not require separate licenses for:

  *   Windows Server User CAL
  *   SCCM Client Management License
  *   SC Endpoint Protection
Is that correct?


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