Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 On-Premises

Microsoft
Dynamics
CRM 2013
On-Premises
Volume
Licensing
and
Pricing
Guide
August 2013
Using This Guide
Use this guide to improve your understanding of how to license Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 for on-premises
deployments. It is not intended to guide you in choosing your products and services. The examples presented in this
guide are illustrative. Microsoft Corporation reserves the right to revise the existing version without prior notice.
For help determining the right technology solution for any given organization, including the license requirements for
a specific product or scenario, consult with your Microsoft Dynamics Certified Partner or your Microsoft account team.
This guide does not supersede or replace any of the legal documentation covering use rights.
Contents
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
How to License Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 for On-Premises Deployment ......................................................... 3
Basic Licensing Requirements ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Licensing the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Solution Functionality.......................................................................................................................... 4
Access by External Users ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Access by Internal Users ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Available Server Editions .................................................................................................................................................... 6
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 ................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013 ........................................................................................................................................................... 6
Available CALs ...................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Stepping-up to a Higher Level CAL......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Administrative Users .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Other Product Licenses ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Multiplexing .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Availability by Language .................................................................................................................................................. 10
Trials .................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Licensing Programs ........................................................................................................................................................... 12
Microsoft Volume Licensing ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Microsoft Dynamics Price List ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Adding Access to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online for Microsoft Dynamics CRM On-Premises Users via the
USL for Software Assurance ............................................................................................................................................. 14
Transitioning from Microsoft Dynamics CRM CALs to USLs under the Enterprise Agreement ............................. 16
Updated EA Terms for Cloud Services................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
License Transition Eligibility .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Estimated Pricing ............................................................................................................................................................... 18
Volume Licensing ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Media Fulfillment .............................................................................................................................................................. 19
License Keys & Product Activation ................................................................................................................................. 19
On Premises Upgrades & Migration ............................................................................................................................... 21
Technical Upgrade Path for Dynamics CRM 2011 Customers ..................................................................................................................................... 21
License Upgrade Path for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Customers ..................................................................................................................... 22
Carefully Consider Your Upgrade Path ............................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Customers with Expired Software Assurance .................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Upgrade Path for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Customers ........................................................................................................................................ 23
Downgrade Paths: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 ........................................................................................................................................................ 23
Software Assurance ........................................................................................................................................................... 24
Links for Additional Information .................................................................................................................................... 25
Appendix A – Use Rights by Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 CAL .............................................................................. 26
Appendix B – MarketingPilot Connector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM ................................................................... 28
Introduction
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 provides flexible, high value, and simple-to-understand licensing for your
on-premises deployments. The multi-tiered licensing model offers a variety of benefits, including:
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Flexibility. Customers can mix and match various types of user licenses within a deployment to
accommodate the specific needs of their businesses.
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High value. Customers can choose from highly competitive licensing offerings to optimize the
Total Cost of Ownership.
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Easy-to-Understand. Customers can obtain licenses based on the functionality that users require
(rather than how users access the application).
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Parity. Equivalency in the licensing use rights of online and on-premises licenses makes it easier
for customers to compare and decide what works best for them.
How to License Microsoft Dynamics CRM
2013 for On-Premises Deployment
For on-premises deployment (meaning you will run the solution on your own server hardware), Microsoft
Dynamics CRM 2013 is licensed under the Server + Client Access License (CAL) model, which requires that
you license the server(s) running the software as well as the users and/or devices that connect to the
solution.
Note: For very small deployments (not exceeding five users) see Licensing Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup
Server 2013 for Small Deployments.
Basic Licensing Requirements
All Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 customers need to license:
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 solution functionality running on the server(s), which is (are)
licensed through the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 server license(s)
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Access to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 solution functionality by users or devices, which is
licensed through CALs.
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Figure 1: Server/CAL licensing model
Licensing the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Solution
Functionality
The Microsoft Dynamics CRM solution functionality is provided by the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server
2013 software. Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 offers a rich feature set supporting multi-tenant
deployments.
Before you run any instance of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 software under a Server License,
you must assign that license to one of your servers. That server is the licensed server for that particular
license.
Access by External Users
External users are users that are not either your or your affiliates’ employees, or your or your affiliates’
onsite contractors or onsite agents. Access by external (third party) users is included with the Server
License; you do not need CALs for external users unless using Microsoft Dynamics CRM client applications
and graphical user interface (GUI).
Note: Offsite vendors are considered external users when their time is shared in between multiple customer
organizations (for example, IT support service vendors serving multiple customer organizations) and they are not in
an employee-like relationship.
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Figure 2: Internal vs. external users
Access by Internal Users
You license access to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 solution functionality by internal users through
CALs. Any time an internal user directly or indirectly accesses the solution functionality, that user must be
licensed by a User CAL (which licenses a specific user for access via multiple devices) or the device being
used must be licensed by a Device CAL (which licenses access through a specific device by any user).
With the User CAL, you purchase a CAL for every user who accesses the server to use services such as file
storage or printing, regardless of the number of devices they use for that access. Purchasing a User CAL
might make more sense if your company employees need to have roaming access to the corporate
network using multiple devices, or from unknown devices, or simply have more devices than users in your
organization.
With a Device CAL, you purchase a CAL for every device that accesses your server, regardless of the
number of users who use that device to access the server. Device CALs may make more economic and
administrative sense if your company has workers who share devices, for example, on different work shifts.
Only the user or the device requires a CAL, not both. If the user of a device is licensed with a User CAL,
then the device does not need a Device CAL. Likewise, if the device is licensed with a Device CAL, then the
user does not need a User CAL.
A user or device licensed with a CAL may access any number of instances of Microsoft Dynamics CRM
2013 or earlier versions running on the organization’s servers.
You can mix both User CALs and Device CALs within your deployment.
Note: A Microsoft Dynamics CRM User is defined as any user who accesses the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server, files,
data content or “Microsoft Dynamics CRM functionality”. “Microsoft Dynamics CRM functionality” is any service or
feature of Microsoft Dynamics CRM that allows a user to view, manipulate, input, query, or otherwise structure “live
data”. “Live data” is information that, via user action, dynamically writes to or reads from (or synchronizes with)
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM, whether it is accessed directly or indirectly. Microsoft Dynamics CRM Users are required to
have the appropriate client accesses licenses, regardless of their direct or indirect connection to the product.
Figure 3: Accessing multiple instances
Available Server Editions
Two Server Editions are available for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013:
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 offers a rich feature set and supports multi-tenant deployments. It
is licensed under the Server + CAL licensing model, and you can add users at any time by purchasing
additional CALs. There is no licensing limit on the number of users; the number of users is only limited by
your server capacity.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013 offers an alternative solution for small deployments.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013 offers the same rich feature set as Microsoft Dynamics
CRM Server 2013, but includes and supports a maximum of five users. Customers who deploy Microsoft
Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013 and later need to support more than five users can purchase a
Step-Up license to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 through the Microsoft Volume Licensing Open
Value, Select Plus, or Enterprise Agreement programs, and then purchase the additional CALs they require.
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Figure 4: Available server editions
Available CALs
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 offers three levels of CALs—Essential, Basic, and Professional—each of
which grants an increasingly wider spectrum of use rights. This licensing flexibility enables customers to
license the solution based on how their users use Microsoft Dynamics CRM functionality and mix-andmatch these licenses within a deployment. These CALs and the associated use rights align to the three
User Subscription License (USL) levels for cloud deployments.
Professional: The most comprehensive license designed for users who are engaged in end-to-end
customer relationship management scenarios. Licensed users can access full sales, service, and marketing
capabilities within Microsoft Dynamics CRM. This license is highly recommended for CRM and extended
CRM scenarios.
Basic: The license is designed for entry level CRM users who need access to basic CRM functionality such
as account, contact, lead, and case management. This license is also designed for business analysts who
require reporting capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Finally, this license is suited for users who are
engaged in end-to-end custom application scenarios.
Essential: The license is designed for organizational users who are not necessarily tied to sales, services,
or marketing functions but still require light-weight access to custom applications.
The following provides a summary of the use rights associated with each of the three CAL levels. (See
Appendix A for a detailed list of the specific use rights associated with each CAL.)
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Figure 5: Available CALs
As you progress from the lowest level CAL (Essential) to the highest level CAL (Professional), the
user/device is licensed to use the solution in ways that will provide more value. You therefore have the
flexibility to decide which level of investment to make for any given individual based upon the functions
that user/device is performing on behalf of the organization.
Notes:
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A user or device licensed with any Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 CAL can access the solution functionality
using Microsoft Dynamics CRM client applications such as Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook, Microsoft
Dynamics CRM web application, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Mobile express, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM for
iPad & Windows 8.
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Access to Microsoft Dynamics CRM through Microsoft Dynamics CRM for iPad & Windows 8 is included with
every CAL, with no additional license fees for mobile access.
Stepping-up to a Higher Level CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 enables step-up from a lower level CAL to higher level CAL using Additive
CALs. The following Additive CALs are available.
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Basic Use Additive CAL – Used to step-up an existing Essential CAL to Basic CAL. Basic Use Additive
CALs may never exceed the total number of Essential CALs in an environment or organization, and a
user can never have a Limited Use Additive CAL without also having an ESS CAL.
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Professional Use Additive CAL – Used to step-up an existing Basic CAL to Professional CAL.
Professional Use Additive CALs may never exceed the total number of Basic CALs in an environment
or organization, and a user can never have a Professional Use Additive CAL without also having a
Basic CAL.
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Notes:
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To step-up from an existing Essential CAL to Professional CAL, add a Basic Use Additive CAL and Professional
Use Additive CAL to the Essential CAL.
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Professional CALs, Professional Use Additive CALs, Basic CALs, Basic Use Additive CALs, and ESS CALs may be
mixed within an environment.
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User can convert CALs from Device CALs to User CALs, or vice versa, on their Software Assurance anniversary
date/renewal. If their CALs are not covered under Software Assurance, they cannot switch, because the
choice is permanent.
Figure 6: Stepping-up to a higher level CAL
Administrative Users
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 allows for up to two separate devices or users to access instances of
the server software only to administer those instances, which do not consume CALs.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013 allows for separate management or administrative users
of the server software, which do not consume any of the 5 users permitted with Workgroup.
Other Product Licenses
Please refer to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 implementation guide for documentation on technical
requirements for running Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013. Licenses for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 do
not include licenses for other products that may be required for your installation; product licensing rights
for these must be established separately.
View Implementation Guide and System Requirements for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 on TechNet:
The Microsoft License Advisor Tool can help you determine the licenses you need
Multiplexing
Multiplexing is the use of hardware or software (including manual procedures) to reduce the number of
devices or individuals that access or use the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 solution functionality by
pooling connections. Multiplexing does not reduce the number of licenses required to access the
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 solution functionality. Any internal user who accesses the Microsoft
Dynamics CRM 2013 solution functionality —whether directly or indirectly—must be properly licensed.
Note: Licensed users may manually rekey information (when coming from non-licensed users) into the Microsoft
Dynamics CRM 2013 solution functionality. This scenario is not considered to be multiplexing.
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Figure 7: Multiplexing
Note: For additional information about Multiplexing please refer to the Microsoft Volume Licensing Brief
Multiplexing—Client Access License (CAL) Requirements.
Availability by Language
Localized/translated versions of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 are available for the following languages
(alphabetic listing):
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Arabic
Basque
Bulgarian
Chinese (Hong Kong)
Chinese (PRC)
Chinese (Taiwan)
Catalan
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
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English
Estonian
Finnish
French
Galician
German
Greek
Hebrew
Hindi
Hungarian
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Italian
Japanese
Kazakh
Korean
Latvian
Lithuanian
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese (Br)
Portuguese (Ptg)
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Romanian
Russian
Serbian (Latin)
Slovak
Slovenian
Spanish
Swedish
Thai
Turkish
Ukrainian
Downloads are available at the Microsoft Download Center.
Trials
New customers and partners not already enrolled in a Microsoft Volume Licensing program can access
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 trial software.
Trials for all editions of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 are available at the Microsoft Download Center.
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The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013 Trial:
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Contains a maximum of 5 users licenses - no additional users may be added
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Is time limited to 90 days
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May be converted to a full version by applying a commercial product key in Microsoft Dynamics
CRM Deployment Manager.
The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 Trial:
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Contains license keys for up to 100,000 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 Users
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Is time limited to 90 days
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May be converted to a full version by applying a commercial product key in Microsoft Dynamics
CRM Deployment Manager.
Notes:
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Trial License Keys are posted on the Trial download site.
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IMPORTANT: Users will not be warned of impending trial expiration, so be sure that you decide well before
day 90 whether to convert to a commercial license. The 90-day trial limit cannot be extended.
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If customers or partners need more than 90 Days for their evaluation, they may purchase a Microsoft
Dynamics CRM Server 2013 server license and the appropriate number of CALs.
The Trial software may be converted to Volume Licensing, BRL, MSDN, TechNet, MPN, MAPS or ISV
licenses in accordance with the following table.
WG = Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013
CRM Server = Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
To:
Volume
Licensing &
MPN
MSDN &
TechNet
WG
To
Time
Limited
or 90
Day Trial
From:
MSDN &
TechNet
CRM
Server
WG
CRM
Server
ISV
Royalty
CRM
Server
SPLA
Service
Provider
BRL/
DPL
CRM
Server
WG
CRM
Server
WG
CRM
Server
Volume
Licensing
& MPN
WG
ISV
Royalty
CRM
Server
SPLA
Service
Provider
BRL /DPL
CRM
Server
MAPS
WG
CRM
Server
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MAPS
WG
Licensing Programs
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2103 is licensed through the Microsoft Volume Licensing programs and
Microsoft Dynamics price lists.
Microsoft Volume Licensing
Microsoft Volume Licensing is the most cost-effective, flexible, and manageable way to license Microsoft
software and cloud services. Microsoft offers several Volume Licensing programs, each tailored to the
needs of different sizes of businesses and types of organizations. To find the right program for your
organization, you’ll first need to determine the type and size of your organization, the software that you
want to license, and how you will use it. Learn more about how Volume Licensing works.
Software Assurance is also included or available for purchases with licenses. This comprehensive
maintenance offering can help organizations get the most out of their software investment. It combines
the latest software with phone support and IT tools. Participating in a Volume Licensing program typically
involves signing an agreement and/or enrollment, meeting a minimum purchase requirement, and
ordering licenses through a Microsoft Reseller.
Visit the Microsoft Volume Licensing website to learn more about how to buy through Volume Licensing,
find a reseller partner, and more.
Applicable Volume Licensing Programs
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2103* is available through all Volume Licensing programs (including
Government, Academic, Health, and Charity agreements). Below is an overview of each program.
*Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013 is not available through all academic licensing agreements.
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Enterprise Agreement - The Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) is the best licensing program
for commercial and government organizations that want to standardize IT across the enterprise
yet retain the flexibility to choose from on-premises and cloud services. The EA includes attractive
volume pricing, the full benefits of Software Assurance, the flexibility to transition to cloud
services at your own pace, and simplified license management though a single company-wide
agreement. Learn more.
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Enterprise Subscription Agreement – An enrollment under the EA, EA Subscription provides a
lower initial cost based on a three-year subscription, the ability to increase or decrease
subscription counts on an annual basis, and non-perpetual licenses that end with your
subscription term. Learn more.
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Select Plus - Select Plus is a cost-effective way to make transactional purchases and offers many
additional benefits, including the ability to manage assets more easily with visibility across the
entire organization and centralized reporting because all affiliate purchases are tied to their own
unique customer IDs; get more value out of licensing with automatic price savings for purchases
across the entire organization and the full value of Microsoft Software Assurance coverage, no
matter when you purchase it; and streamline the contract process with a single organization-wide
agreement that never expires, Software Assurance alignment, and licensing consolidation. Learn
more.
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Open License - Open License is a good choice if you are a corporate, academic, charitable, or
government organization that wants to pay as you go. You must have a minimum initial purchase
of five software licenses for an Open License agreement, but you can obtain additional licensed
products through Open License in any quantity at any time during the two-year agreement term.
Learn more.
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Open Value – Open Value is the recommended program if you have a small to midsize
organization with five or more desktop PCs and want to simplify license management, manage
software costs, and get better control over your investment. It also includes Software Assurance,
providing access to valuable benefits such as training, deployment planning, software upgrades,
and product support help you boost the productivity of your entire organization. Learn more.
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Open Value Subscription – Open Value Subscription provides the lowest up-front costs of the
Open Program options with the flexibility to reduce the total licensing costs in years when the
desktop PC count declines This option gives your organization the rights to run the software
throughout your organization only during the term of the agreement with Microsoft. You also
have the ability to add the single platform option to an Open Value Subscription agreement.
Learn more.
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Enrollment for Education Solutions – The Enrollment for Education Solutions (EES) is available
to both primary/secondary and higher education institutions and offers the simplicity of counting
people instead of PCs/devices and the flexibility to add additional products in any quantity as
needed. Learn more.
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School Enrollment – The School Enrollment is for primary/secondary schools and preschools and
offers the simplicity of licensing all products organization-wide where you can order any product
for a quantity that matches the annual count of your organization's PCs/devices. Learn more.
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ISV Royalty - The Microsoft ISV Royalty Licensing Program is a worldwide software licensing
program that offers Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) a convenient way to license Microsoft
products and integrate them into a software business application. The Microsoft ISV Royalty
Licensing Program is a worldwide software licensing program that offers ISVs a convenient way to
license Microsoft products and integrate them into a software business application. Learn more.
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SPLA - The Microsoft Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA) is for services providers and
independent software vendors (ISVs) to license the latest Microsoft software to provide software
services and hosted applications to customers. Learn more.
Microsoft Dynamics Price List
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 licenses are available to order by Microsoft Dynamics Certified Partners
from the Microsoft Dynamics Price List using OrderCentral.
Notes:
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM can be licensed standalone via the Microsoft Dynamics Price Lists for a maximum
of 200 licenses.
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IMPORTANT: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 licenses will become available for purchase on Microsoft
Dynamics Price Lists in January 2014.
The following matrix shows the specific price lists and fulfillment channels for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
2013.
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License Agreement Key:
A=Academic C=Corporate G=Government LG=Local Government NS=Non-Specific TOS= Terms of Service
Adding Access to Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Online for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
On-Premises Users via the USL for
Software Assurance
If you have Microsoft Dynamics CRM CALs covered by active Software Assurance (SA), you can add access
to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online by acquiring the USL for SA licenses, thus protecting your on-premises
investments in Microsoft licensing, and permitting you to maintain non-perpetual rights to online service
for the duration of your service agreement.
USLs for SA are available for purchase through the Microsoft Volume Licensing Enterprise Agreement,
Enterprise Subscription Agreement, and Enrollment for Education Solutions (under a Campus and School
Agreement).
For each User CAL or Device CAL to which you assign a USL for SA, you will receive a CRM Online USL.
Pricing for the USL for SA is set to provide credit for you SA investment.
Notes:
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The USL must be used for the same user of the User CAL. The USL cannot subsequently be transferred to
another user unless the corresponding CAL is also transferred to the new user.
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The USL level will correspond to the CAL level. For instance, a Professional CAL with USL for SA will be
granted the Professional USL use rights.
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Device CALs that you have purchased as part of an Enterprise Agreement or Enrollment qualify USL for SA
on a 1:1 basis: One Device CAL qualifies for one USL for SA.
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Figure 10: USL for Software Assurance
The USL for SA model includes two parallel agreements:
1.
A new or existing Software Assurance agreement that the customer will continue to maintain and
renew, and
2.
An additional USL for SA License Agreement that provides rights to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Online service.
The following Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online USL for SA licenses are available for Microsoft Dynamics
CALs with active Software Assurance:
Qualifying License:
Qualifies for:
Professional CAL
Professional USL for SA
Basic CAL
Basic USL for SA
Essential CAL
Essential USL for SA
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Transitioning from Microsoft Dynamics
CRM CALs to USLs under the Enterprise
Agreement
Microsoft Enterprise Agreement offers a seamless way for you to license both on-premises software and
cloud services in the same agreement. This can help you license software and cloud services for different
user types and optimize your technology spend to fit your IT and user needs.
If you have an Enterprise Enrollment (sometimes called a Desktop EA or Platform EA), you can maintain
your Enterprise-wide coverage and related discounted price levels, with a mix of Enterprise Products
and/or equivalent Enterprise Online Services. You can also purchase Enterprise Online Services with a 250
order minimum and with no companywide commitment required.
This new flexibility of choice requires new license types and terminology to both enable and describe
what licensing coverage is required should you move workers and workloads to the cloud. The following
describes the presence and purpose of new terms found in the 2011 EA.
Updated EA Terms for Cloud Services
As you consider moving to the cloud, you can do so gradually or quickly, as suits your organization. As an
example, you might move workers to cloud services in one division or one department at a time. To
support this move, Transitions have been established to help you move users to Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Online, Office 365, and Windows Intune services, and not pay twice for similar capabilities.
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The main benefit of this is to allow you to move to cloud services, at your own pace, and not face
a perceived double payment for both on-premises and online services licenses. When this
transition period ends on your next agreement anniversary date, it is then that you begin to pay
full subscription license costs for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, Office 365 (Plan E1-E4), and/or
Windows Intune services, and no longer pay for the on-premises licenses and Software Assurance
(SA) coverage from which you transitioned.
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The notion of online services equivalents also helps preserve your volume pricing levels for
Enterprise Products, as both Enterprise Products [e.g. Office Professional Plus, Windows operating
system upgrades and Client Access License (CAL) Suites] and their equivalent Enterprise Online
Services (Office 365 Plans E2-E4), and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and Windows Intune are
considered when complying with companywide licensing commitments.
Taking advantage of transitions does not require you to forego use rights to perpetual licenses you have
at time of transition, even if you have not yet deployed said licenses. This supports your ability to
“transition back” from cloud services using your perpetual (on-premises) licenses, should your IT
landscape change.
Minimum orders for Enterprise Online Services have been established to help you license cloud services
for new users with no companywide commitment. This option may be especially attractive to customers
who have not yet chosen an EA because of its companywide licensing requirement for Office Professional
Plus, Windows desktop operating system upgrade, and CAL Suites.
Online Services Step-Up Licenses now exist which allow you to move up to greater value licenses of
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online [e.g. from a Basic license to a Professional license] with the price
reflected as a delta between lower- and higher-level service.
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License Reservations make Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, Office 365, and Windows Intune available to
you for use without requiring a purchase order up front. This process is unique to the EA and enables you
to equip users with online services as needed, and account for these subscription licenses at your next
agreement anniversary via new True-up provisions. This aligns with the True-up process for on-premises
software.
Online Services Extended Terms now exist to help ensure continuity of your business-critical online
services in cases of an unforeseen delay in renewal or no renewal.
The impact of these updated terms is that the 2011 EA now gives you:
A way to transition to cloud services when it makes sense for your organization.
The flexibility to move your users between on-premises and cloud services as business
requirements and expectations change.
The ability to match workloads of different types of users and fully use the capabilities of
Microsoft cloud services.
The opportunity to adjust volume and mix of cloud services annually to meet fluctuations in
workforce, including a way to scale up or down the number of licenses for temporary workers.
A no-cost grace period when you are moving your users onto cloud services, during the
agreement year in which you transition.
License Transition Eligibility
The following licenses are eligible to transition to/from under 2011 EA.
From:
To:
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional User CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Professional USL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional Device CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Professional USL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic User CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Basic USL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic Device CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Basic USL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Essential User CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Essential USL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Essential Device CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Essential USL
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Estimated Pricing
Volume Licensing
The following are U.S. Estimated Retail Prices for licenses purchased under the Microsoft Volume
Licensing Enterprise Agreement Level A. Actual pricing is determined by your Microsoft Partner.
License
Estimated Retail Price
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
$4922
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013 (with 5 users)
$2462
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional User CAL
$983
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional Device CAL
$787
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic User CAL
$342
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic Device CAL
$236
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Essential User CAL
$79
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Essential Device CAL
$79
Professional Use Additive User CAL
$642
Professional Use Additive Device CAL
$552
Basic Use Additive User CAL
$263
Basic Use Additive Device CAL
$157
The following are U.S. Estimated Retail Prices for licenses purchased under the Microsoft Volume
Licensing Enterprise Agreement Level D. Actual pricing is determined by your Microsoft Partner.
License
Estimated Retail Price
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
$3888
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013 (with 5 users)
$1944
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional User CAL
$776
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional Device CAL
$621
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic User CAL
$270
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic Device CAL
$187
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Essential User CAL
$63
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Essential Device CAL
$63
Professional Use Additive User CAL
$507
Professional Use Additive Device CAL
$436
Basic Use Additive User CAL
$208
Basic Use Additive Device CAL
$125
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Media Fulfillment
You can use the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) to download licensed products, access product
keys, and manage your Volume Licensing agreements and license acquisition activity—all in one online
location. You can purchase physical media from your Microsoft reseller.
License Keys & Product Activation
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 media obtained under Volume Licensing programs include license keys
embedded on the media (Media is ‘Pre-Keyed*’). The license keys will no longer need to be entered upon
installation. If you have downloaded a Trial or time limited version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and later
purchase Volume License media and do not wish to re-install, you may input the license key from your
purchased media within the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Deployment Manager.
The License Key may be located by searching the installation files contained on the media for the
\server\amd64\license.txt file.
Where to obtain License Keys for each channel
WG = Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013
CRM Server = Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
Media
How license key is obtained
License Key
Edition
90 Day Trial
License Keys
MSDN/
TechNet
MPN
Action
Pack
Volume
Licensing
BRL / DPL
SPLA
ISV Royalty
WG Server
CRM Server
WG Server
CRM Server
CRM Server
WG Server
WG Server
CRM Server
CRM Server
& Academic
Alliance
Service
Provider
(CRM Server)
CRM Server
Not Pre-Keyed*
Not Pre-Keyed
Not Pre-Keyed
Not Pre-Keyed
Pre-Keyed
Not Pre-Keyed
Pre-Keyed
Pre-Keyed
Users download
media from
MSDN
Subscriber
Downloads only,
and obtain
license key from
MSDN / TechNet
download site.
A product key
button on the
site will take
them to their list
of product keys.
That page will list
the Workgroup
& CRM Server
keys.
Partners will
download from
partner digital
distribution portal,
MSDN, or TechNet.
The licenses keys
are posted on the
partner digital
distribution portal.
The license key is
embedded in the
Media.
Media is ordered
through
explore.ms
The license key is
embedded in the
Media.
Media is ordered
through
explore.ms
Download only
MSDN
TechNet
Download only
MSPPDD
MSDN
TechNet
DVD and
Download
DVD and
Download
Users download
media from MS Trial
Downloads website.
90 day license keys
are posted on the
web site.
Download only
Partners will
download from
partner digital
distribution
portal.
DVD
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The license key is
embedded in the
Media. (It is not
printed on the
media or a sticker
on the media, and
is not available on
VLSC as a VLK).
DVD and Download
The Partner/
Customer will
obtain the license
key(s) in VOICE.
Download only
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Registration
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
User Downloads Trial
from MS Downloads Trial product keys are
posted on the
download site.
User purchases
MSDN
subscription and
receives software
by downloading
from Xena
Download site.
User Experience
Re-Registration
on Upgrade
Not Required
Partner receives
Action Pack ships
welcome kit,
up to 2 media kits
product keys are on within a partner’s
PMC for internal
subscription.
use. Partner may Partners have two
also keys from
ways of obtaining
MSDN or TechNet their software
for development
benefits through
and evaluation,
our program: 1)
respectively.
Downloading the
software and keys
online via our
Partner Digital
Download site
and/or 2) if they
opted in for a
physical kit. Note,
product keys are
no longer shipped
in the kits.
Media can be
downloaded
through VLSC.
Physical media
(DVD) can be
ordered through
the reseller.
Customer
Service Provider
purchases from
signs SPLA,
Partner, downloads Customer
media and obtains contracts with SP
key via VOICE.
for service Editions are neutral, Service Provider
one build, User
reports monthly
enters product key usage in MOET
to install.
(Microsoft Online
Order Entry Tool).
ISV orders
fulfillment media
through
explore.ms
(MOET), creates
"Unified build",
product key is on
media.
Three upgrade paths:
Upgrade
Experience
Migration upgrade
1.
Run Microsoft Dynamics CRM server 2013 setup,
2.
Enter Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 product key
3.
Select the option “create new deployment” which will create a new CRM 2013 configuration database.
4.
Use the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Deployment Manager in the new deployment to run an import on the CRM 2011 organization database
which will simultaneously upgrade the org db.
Connect to existing upgrade
1.
Run Microsoft Dynamics CRM server 2013 server setup,
2.
Enter Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 product key
3.
Select the option “Connect to an existing deployment”. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 configuration database and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
default organization will be upgraded to CRM 2013 during the server installation.
4.
After the installation, you will be able to (1) upgrade the remaining orgs in the deployment and/or (2) import and upgrade org databases into this
deployment from a different CRM 2011 deployment.
In place upgrade
1.
Run Microsoft Dynamics CRM server 2013 server setup on an existing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 server
2.
Enter Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 product key during setup. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 configuration database and Microsoft Dynamics CRM
2011 default organization database will be upgraded.
3.
After installation, you will be able to (1) upgrade the remaining orgs in the deployment and/or (2) import and upgrade org databases into this
deployment from a different CRM 2011 deployment.
Languages
All Languages
All Languages
All Languages
All Languages
All Languages
All Languages
All Languages
Notes:

IMPORTANT! Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 license keys will not appear in the license key product listing
that appears for some products in VLSC. The product keys are embedded in the VLSC downloads and on the
physical media, so there is no need to enter a product key, except in the event a TRIAL version has been
installed first.(If this is the case - see the TRIALs section.)

All Programs do not require registration of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Server/CAL licenses.
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All Languages
On Premises Upgrades & Migration
Technical Upgrade Path for Dynamics CRM 2011 Customers
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 server editions may be upgraded to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 server editions as
outlined in the table below.
WG = Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013
CRM Server = Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
To Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013:
Time Limited
or 90 Day
Trial
To
From Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011:
WG
Time
Limited
or 90
Day
Trial
WG
MSDN
&
TechNet
WG
Volume
Licensing
& MPN
WG
ISV
Royalty
CRM
Server
SPLA
BRL /DPL
Service
Provider
CRM
Server
MAPS
WG
CRM
Server
Volume
Licensing &
MPN
MSDN &
TechNet
WG
CRM
Server
WG
CRM
Server
ISV
Royalty
CRM
Server
BRL/
SPLA
DPL
Service
Provider
CRM
Server
CRM
Server
CRM
Server
CRM
Server
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MAPS
WG
License Upgrade Path for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
Customers
Customers who are current on their Software Assurance Plan as of October 1, 2013 are entitled to
upgrade the licenses from Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 as shown
below:
Qualifying Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Licenses
Corresponding Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Licenses
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Professional CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Full Use Additive CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Professional Use
Additive CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Limited CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Basic CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Limited Use Additive
CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Basic Use Additive
CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 ESS CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Essential CAL
PLUS
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Basic Use Additive
2
CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2011
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 External Connector
1
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
1
External user related licensing rights are included in Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 license. 1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Server 2013 license will be granted for every 1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 External Connector license active on SA as of General
Availability of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013.
2
You have the option to drop the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Basic Use Additive CAL at renewal.
Customers’ right to use Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 software is evidenced by this product condition
note and evidence of their corresponding licenses and Software Assurance for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
2011. A customer’s right to use Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 software under this grant is subject to the
terms and conditions of its volume licensing agreement. That right expires upon the expiration or
termination of the right to use Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 under the corresponding qualifying
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 licenses. Upon expiration of SA coverage on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM
2011 licenses, the customer may renew SA for the granted Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 licenses.
For Enterprise Agreement customers eligible for these complimentary licenses and rights as described
above, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 licenses that are as part of a customer’s annual true-up process
during the current enrollment term are also qualifying licenses.
For Enterprise Subscription, Campus and School, and Open Value Subscription Agreements, the same
rights are granted on a temporary basis until the end of the license enrollment term, as long as the
Licenses and Software Assurance are valid during the grant period and the customer maintains
continuous subscription coverage. These rights only become permanent upon exercise of the buy-out
option, and remain subject to all the terms and conditions of the customer’s license agreement.
Carefully Consider Your Upgrade Path
Customers need to be aware of possibilities, limitations and consequences when choosing their upgrade
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path.
Software Assurance Renewals occurring after General Availability of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 in the
relevant language version will be calculated based on the price of the relevant Microsoft Dynamics CRM
2013 part number.
Customers with Expired Software Assurance
Customers with expired Software Assurance will need to obtain Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 licenses
under standard pricing programs, and license it like a new customer.
The only time Software Assurance can be acquired alone is if it is being renewed from a prior agreement.
Upgrade Path for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Customers
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Users must upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, before proceeding to
upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 editions. There is no direct technical upgrade path from
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013.
The licensing upgrade path for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 users to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011; and
from Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 is as follows:
Volume Licensing Upgrade Path Program Summary
Microsoft Dynamics CRM
4.0 License
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
All VL Programs
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013
All VL Programs
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
WorkGroup Server
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM WorkGroup
Server 2011
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup
Server 2013
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
Professional Server
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
Enterprise Server
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011
1Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
Limited CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Limited
CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Basic CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013
Professional CAL
Downgrade Paths: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
Customers with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 licenses may use Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 in place
of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013. Their Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 licenses may be deployed as
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 licenses as follows:
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Volume Licensing Downgrade Path Summary
Qualifying Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Licenses
Corresponding Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
Licenses
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2013
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workgroup Server 2011
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Professional CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Professional Use Additive CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Full Use Additive CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Basic CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Limited CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Basic Use Additive CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Limited Use Additive
CAL
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Essential CAL
1 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 ESS CAL
A customer’s right to use Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is subject to the terms and conditions of a
customer’s license agreement, the product use rights for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and these terms.
That right expires upon the expiration or termination of their right to use Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013
under their qualifying Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 licenses.
To add additional CALs to a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011 server, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013
CALs must be purchased. Downgrade rights provide the path to add additional users.
Software Assurance
Software Assurance includes a core set of benefits to help improve workforce productivity, streamline
software deployment, and reduce costs. A distinctive set of benefits, such as new software versions,
planning services, 24x7 phone and Web support, training, and more—all designed to help you get the
most from your organization’s Volume Licensing purchase.
When you purchase through the Open License or Select Plus programs, Software Assurance is available as
an optional add-on to your license purchases.
When you purchase through the Open Value, Open Value Subscription, Enterprise Agreement, Enterprise
Subscription Agreement, or Enrolment for Education Solutions, Software Assurance is automatically
included with your licenses.
Your specific Software Assurance benefits vary according to the Volume Licensing program. Refer to the
resources and tools below to learn more about the Software Assurance benefits available to your
organization.
To learn more about the Software Assurance benefits for Microsoft Dynamics CRM customers, visit
http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/customer/en-us/service-plans.aspx to view an interactive benefit
chart detailing the benefits of the Software Assurance benefits for Microsoft Dynamics CRM or
www.microsoft.com/licensing/software-assurance/check-your-benefits.aspx to check customers benefits
post-purchase.
To access information, links to support, community and eLearning benefits visit the Microsoft Dynamics
CRM Customer Center at: http://rc.crm.dynamics.com/rc/
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Links for Additional Information
Microsoft Dynamics CRM: http://crm.dynamics.com
CRM Connection Blog: https://community.dynamics.com/crm/b/crmconnection/default.aspx
Microsoft Volume Licensing: www.microsoft.com/licensing
Software Assurance: www.microsoft.com/licensing/software-assurance/default.aspx
Activate Software Assurance benefits: www.microsoft.com/licensing/sa/activate.mspx
Microsoft License Advisor: www.microsoft.com/licensing/mla/default.aspx
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Support: www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/support.aspx
CustomerSource https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/
Microsoft Downloads Center: www.microsoft.com/downloads
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Appendix A – Use Rights by Microsoft
Dynamics CRM 2013 CAL
The following table lists the use rights corresponding to the Client Access Licenses (CALs) that are
available in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 and User Subscription Licenses (USLs) available in Microsoft
Dynamics CRM Online.
Use Right
Professional
Basic
Essential
View Announcements
Manage saved views
Use relationships between records
Create personal views
Advanced Find search
Search
Use a queue item
Export data to Microsoft Excel
Perform Mail Merge
Start dialog
Run as an On-demand process
Run an automated workflow
Read articles
Notes
Activity management
Yammer collaboration**
Post activity feeds
Follow activity feeds
Shared calendar
Write custom entity records
Read custom application data
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Mobile Express
Microsoft Dynamics CRM for iPad & Windows 8
Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Web application
Manage user reports, user charts, and user dashboards
Run reports
Create, update, and customize Reports
Create and update announcements
Read Dynamics CRM application data
User dashboards
User charts
User Interface Integration for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Convert an activity to a case
Case management
Add or remove a customer relationship for a contact
Associate an opportunity with a contact
Qualify and convert a lead to a contact
Contacts
Lead scoring, routing, assignment
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Use Right
Professional
Basic
Essential
Lead capture
Add or remove a customer relationship for an account
Associate an opportunity with an account
Qualify and covert a lead to an account
Accounts
Import data in bulk
Configure auditing
Configure duplicate-detection rules
Define relationships between entities
Define and configure queues
Define and configure dialogs
Define and configure workflows
System reports, system charts, and system dashboards
Customize forms and views
Create Microsoft Dynamics CRM forms, entities, and fields
Administer CRM
Article templates
Create and publish articles
Goal management
Contract templates
Contract management
Territory management
Sales literature
Quote management
Price lists
Product tracking
Order management
Invoice management
Competitor tracking
Qualify and convert a lead to an opportunity
Convert an activity to an opportunity
Opportunity tracking
Marketing lists
Quick campaigns
Marketing campaigns
Facility/Equipment management
Define and configure business units
Define and configure teams
Define and configure services, resources, and work hours
*Actions can be performed only against records corresponding to entities included in the use rights
**Use of Yammer within the Dynamics CRM application requires a Yammer Enterprise license (acquired separately)
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Appendix B – MarketingPilot Connector for
Microsoft Dynamics CRM
MarketingPilot Online connects to Microsoft Dynamics CRM using the MarketingPilot Connector for
Microsoft Dynamics CRM data connector software. Through this software, relevant data that is entered in
MarketingPilot is automatically updated in Microsoft Dynamics CRM (and vice versa).
Licensed MarketingPilot users who connect indirectly to Microsoft Dynamics CRM only through the
MarketingPilot Connector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM do not need Microsoft Dynamics CRM Client
Access Licenses (CALs) or USLs. Likewise, licensed Microsoft Dynamics CRM users who only connect
indirectly to MarketingPilot Online through the MarketingPilot Connector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM do
not need MarketingPilot Online USLs.
Any user who accesses MarketingPilot Online and Microsoft Dynamics CRM by any mode other than the
MarketingPilot Connector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM requires both a MarketingPilot Online USL and a
Microsoft Dynamics CRM CAL or USL.
Figure 13: MarketingPilot Connector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online
For more information, refer to the MarketingPilot Online Licensing and Pricing Guide.
© 2013 Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft, the Microsoft Dynamics logo, and MarketingPilot are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation. All rights reserved.
This document is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS DOCUMENT. This information
is provided to help guide your authorized use of products you license; it is not your agreement. Your use of products licensed under your license
agreement is governed by the terms and conditions of that agreement. In the case of any conflict between this information and your agreement, the
terms and conditions of your agreement control. Prices for licenses acquired through Microsoft resellers are determined by the reseller.
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