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Detection Method for Office 365 with Device Based License

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Occasional Contributor

We have to maintain two versions of Microsoft Apps for enterprise (Office 365) in ConfigMgr - one with User licensing and another with Device licensing in our computer labs.  The detection method is identical for both.  Is there a reg key or file we can use to determine the license type so we can update our detection methods and keep them unique?

Thanks.

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