10-06-2018 07:37 AM
10-06-2018 08:34 AMSolution
10-08-2018 05:39 AM
So this isn't 100% accurate as you can have Azure AD Premium without having it appear in when looking at your licenses. An Azure AD Premium subscription is also included in SKUs such as EMS licenses and Microsft 365 licenses (b/c those also include EMS). So, if you go out and get EMS E5 or Microsoft E5, you'll have Azure AD Premium P2, but it won't be called out specifically in your list of licenses. So, you have to know what plans do/don't include various levels of Azure AD Premium.
Another option, if you go to https://aad.portal.azure.com/ you should have a tile in the upper left that shows your Azure AD license. If it doesn't show up, you can edit the dashboard and add the "Organization Identity" tile. This should show you the Azure AD license level you have.
04-01-2019 05:54 AM
What @Dean Gross said. It's EMS that gives you AD Premium. But, EMS E3/E5 comes with Microsoft 365 E3/E5 respectively (not be confused with Office 365 E3/E5). Or you can just go purchase EMS, or you can purchase AAD Premium. Those are all valid options for how you can AAD Premium.
04-11-2020 10:07 PM
@Dean Gross Sounds like MS created lot of confusion with naming convention like Office 365 and Microsoft 365 adding similar series like E3 and E5 which lead to multiple forum and pages trying to clarify same convoluted naming convention on WVD forum, AD premium forum or Intone forum