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Do we need to purchase a portal license if we have full Dynamics 365 licenses. The portal we are provisioning will be used by very limited number of external users for now.
Also, what is the difference between capacity based license and Add on based license for portal?
After the launch of Power Apps portals on October 1, 2019, all Dynamics 365 Portals are now referred to as Power Apps portals.
One of the major changes introduced to portals after October 1, 2019 is the licensing model. Before this, portals were licensed add-ons to Dynamics 365 apps while certain Dynamics 365 licenses included a default portal add-on. As of October 1, 2019, portals are licensed based on usage, or capacity. All previously existing portals must become part of a transition period based on current customer contract, after which they're required to be converted to a new licensing model.
For more on the differences between add-on licenses and capacity-based licenses, please refer to:
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