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Illustration compares Windows Server Standard and Datacenter edition features across versions 2022, 2019, 2016, 2012 R2, and 2012.


Illustration outlines the technical features licensed by each of the three Windows Server-related CALs (Client Access Licenses) associated with versions 2022, 2019, 2016, 2012 R2, and 2012.


Illustration summarizes the contents of Office 365 Enterprise F3, E1, E3, and E5 suites.


Illustration summarizes which online services are included with Enterprise Mobility + Security suites.


Illustration outlines the main Dynamics 365 Services-branded subscription offerings, the technical capabilities they cover, and whether they are primarily licensed on a user, client device, or capacity basis.


Illustration explains the Dynamics 365 on-premises CAL (client access license) rights, and on-premises server installation rights, included with Dynamics 365 Services subscriptions.


Illustration summarizes add-ons that on-premises product customers can purchase to license Microsoft 365 Enterprise E3 and E5 suites, including their prerequisites and contents.


Illustration summarizes the various Add-ons that on-premises product customers can purchase to license Enterprise Mobility + Security suites, including their prerequisites and contents.


Illustration summarizes the online services and features included with Microsoft 365 Enterprise F1/F3 and Office 365 Enterprise F3 suites targeting Frontline (sometimes called Firstline) workers, a population generally requiring more modest IT services compared to knowledge workers.


A service, retired mid-2021, that augmented Skype for Business Online and Skype for Business Server by providing support for large meetings with up to 10,000 internal and external attendees; licensed via Office 365 and Microsoft 365 suites.