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Windows Intune Licenses

Updated: December 17, 2012

Applies To: Windows Intune

The Licenses Workspace

In the Windows Intune™ administrator console, the Licenses workspace lets you add and manage license agreement information for software that was purchased through Microsoft Volume Licensing agreements, and for Microsoft or non-Microsoft software that was purchased by other means. With Windows Intune, you can upload Microsoft Software License Terms information to the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) site, which lets you determine the license entitlement that corresponds to a set of Microsoft Volume Licensing agreements.

This feature is provided for convenience only and accuracy is not guaranteed. You should not rely on it to confirm compliance with Microsoft Volume Licensing agreements. Microsoft will not use the data gathered through this software license management feature to investigate potential violations of or compliance with license agreements you may have with us.

You can perform the following management tasks for Microsoft Volume Licensing agreements and other software agreements in the Windows Intune administrator console:

  • You can enter and manage licenses.

  • You can compare the entitlement information that Windows Intune retrieves from VLSC to the inventory of Microsoft software that Windows Intune detects on your managed computers.

  • You can create license reports that show installation and license counts for software titles.

    License reports can help you assess your complete license position for Microsoft software and non-Microsoft software titles. These reports are for your use only. For more information, see the Microsoft Online Privacy Statement.

For more information, see Managing License Agreements in Windows Intune.

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