Universal Print preview licensing questions
Published Sep 10 2020 10:47 PM 9,996 Views

As of today, organizations with Microsoft 365 and Windows 10 Enterprise and Education subscriptions are eligible to enable the Universal Print preview.

Microsoft 365 brings together Office, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Windows 10 Enterprise to empower people with the most innovative productivity tools. In previous weeks, we enabled the Universal Print preview for Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Education subscriptions. For Microsoft 365 Enterprise, Microsoft 365 E3 and E5 subscriptions are currently eligible for Universal Print. On the Microsoft 365 Education side of the house, Microsoft 365 A3 and A5 subscriptions are eligible.

Today, we are adding Windows 10 Enterprise E3 and E5, as well as Windows 10 Education A3 and A5 to the list of subscriptions eligible for the Universal Print preview. Enable the trial in in your tenant today!

If your organization subscribes to Office 365 and/or Enterprise Mobility + Security, but not Windows 10 E3, E5, A3 or A5, you are not eligible for Universal Print.

Microsoft 365 F3 and Microsoft 365 Business Premium will be eligible for Universal Print in the future. They are still on our "to-do" list, so stay tuned for updates!

To learn more, please read accessing the Universal Print public preview for step-by-step instructions, support links, and answers to frequently asked questions.

And don’t forget to participate in the community discussions (we are there too!) and share your ideas and feature requests as you try it out.

Try Universal Print today!

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