Licensing Shop Floor Mobile with Microsoft with Device Users or Full Users

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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

When you’re working with the shop floor mobile app, of course, you will have to purchase the app in itself.

But from Microsoft licensed perspective, you can choose between two different strategies, either to work with full users in Business Central, or to work with device user.

Full user means that one person can use the user functionality like I’m doing here, I am logged into the system as SLO.

And actually, I could use many devices, or many computers for my registrations, as long as I have a named user as a license.

If I’m using a device user instead, which is less expensive, I can only use one terminal meaning one device either a scanner and tablet or computer, touchscreen, whatever.

But many users can use the screen, meaning I can have many production employees coming to that one screen and to the registrations.

This means if you have 10 screens in the production environment, normally you would use 10 device users for all your employees to log into those.