Microsoft Intune is available for different customer needs and organization sizes, from a simple-to-use management experience for schools and small businesses, to more advanced functionality required by enterprise customers. Most licenses that include Microsoft Intune also grant the rights to use Microsoft 365 business premium endpoint protection Configuration Manager, as long as the subscription remains active.
Intune is included in the following licenses:
- Microsoft 365 E5
- Microsoft 365 E3
- Enterprise Mobility + Security E5
- Enterprise Mobility + Security E3
- Microsoft 365 Business Premium
- Microsoft 365 F1
- Microsoft 365 F3
- Microsoft 365 Government G5
- Microsoft 365 Government G3
- Intune for Education
A Microsoft Intune license is created for you when you sign up for the Intune free trial. As part of this trial, you'll also have a trial Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) subscription. An Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) subscription includes both Azure Active Directory Premium and Microsoft Intune.
To confirm your Intune licenses or trial, use the following steps:
- Sign in to Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.
- Select Tenant administration > Tenant status.
- Under the Tenant details tab, you will see the Office 365 MDM authority, the Total licenses users, and the Total Intune licenses.
- Select Tenant administration > Roles > My permissions.
Confirm you are an administrator with full permissions to all Intune resources.
To check on your Azure AD Premium license, use the following steps:
Sign in to the Azure portal.
Select Azure Active Directory. Under Basic information, view your license.
If you don't have a license for Azure AD Premium, see Sign up for Azure Active Directory Premium editions.
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