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I am estimating price for an on-premise CRM installation.
3 helpdesk workers will serve about 1000 clients.
I have to provide a client with capability to login to Dynamics Portal and to see his personal page where he can review/update his information.
What type of license do I need?
Have I to purchase some license for 1000 clients?
The end-user can be authenticated through Azure (if they have access to CRM) or simply through a contact record
So if you go for the local account auth (contact) you don't need any additional licenses
Microsoft was giving one "free" portal for any customer that gets the CRM Enterprise, don't know if this is still valid
If you need any additional portal (for sandbox for example), it will cost additional 500 USD/month
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