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The April 2020 release states that- 'After the licenses are enforced (starting April 1, 2020), restricted apps, such as Customer Service Hub, Sales Hub, and custom apps, will not be accessible to users with the Team Member licenses.' Does anyone know what is Custom App in this case, does it cover Model Driven App as well or Canvas App ?
Yes, both the Model Driven App and Canvas App are custom apps and can no longer be accessed by Team Member licenses users.
From April 1, 2020, Team Member licenses users will only access these three apps:
We have a largely custom application with a split of Team Licence users around 40%, that would mean that we will have to move all users over to a Full Licence even though these are read-only and access custom entities, since after October we are only supposed to use Model Driven Apps. That would add quite a cost if it is true ! Am I missing something here ?
Team Member licenses users can read the data of custom entities and can edit up to 15 custom entities.
So you need to enable preview of 2020 release wave 1 and transfer the components and content of the custom app to the three specified apps so that you can continue to use Team Member licenses.
Customers can also proactively preview full enforcement before general availability. We recommend that the Team Member scenarios be tested and customizations migrated to the designated app modules, as needed.
For full permissions for Team Member licenses, please refer to these tables:
For more information on Team Member licenses, please refer to this document: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide.
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