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    Derek Gabriel commented  · 

    We're in this boat as well.. as a partner, since the beginning of Office 365 the mantra we got from account managers was always "lead with enterprise", and we did. All our clients are on some mix of Enterprise accounts, mainly E3/E5 - Enterprise offers more flexibility with licensing when it comes to task workers, it's not one size fits all. However, it's now starting to cause pain that a lot of the new add-ons are only appearing for the low end when they should ultimately be universal to the platform. I mean we could switch all our customers from Enterprise to the Business SKUs, but I can't imagine you want to lose that additional revenue... I know I don't.

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    Derek Gabriel commented  · 

    As an admin I love the Office Deployment Tool, but for the average user, it is way too much. I mean we have problems getting the XML right all the time, and that's WITH using the tool on GitHub... There should be an option on the download page to customize the installer with a few clicks, or just select the specific application a user wants.

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    Derek Gabriel commented  · 

    We're in this boat as well.. as a partner, since the beginning of Office 365 the mantra we got from account managers was always "lead with enterprise", and we did. All our clients are on some mix of Enterprise accounts, mainly E3/E5 - Enterprise offers more flexibility with licensing when it comes to task workers, it's not one size fits all. However, it's now starting to cause pain that a lot of the new add-ons are only appearing for the low end when they should ultimately be universal to the platform. I mean we could switch all our customers from Enterprise to the Business SKUs, but I can't imagine you want to lose that additional revenue... I know I don't.

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