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How do I find out which features are Enterprise and which are standard?

For example, is Records Management an enterprise feature requiring an Enterprise CAL? Also is a Document Center an enterprise feature requiring and enterprise CAL?

As a further example that outlines lack of clarity on licensing there are the following three separate features:

  1. RecordResources
  2. RecordsCenter
  3. RecordsManagement
  4. ContentOrganizer

These have separate GUID's in the solution feature store. For licensing purposes, how do I know which of these are Enterprise?

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here you can check feature comparison.

http://www.fpweb.net/sharepoint-2013/compare-sharepoint-server-standard-enterprise/

Rm is the standard features but if you want to use E-discover, ACM, Compliance then you need the enterprise Cal for each user. check these slides will help you http://www.slideshare.net/d501159/sharepoint-2013-licensing-overview-from-atidan

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  • It's not clear really from that. For example, the Records Center feature is separate feature with a separate feature GUID so even though Records Management may be a Standard feature does a Records Center require an enterprise CAL? – motionpotion Oct 7 '14 at 13:21
  • All are the standard features. – Waqas Sarwar MVP Oct 8 '14 at 20:38

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