Workspace 365 requirements
Table of Contents
- Registration Workspace 365
- Workspace 365 users
- Shortcut to web app
- Email, Email live tile & Calendar live tile
- Document live tile & SharePoint intranet RSS live tile
- Single Sign-On
- Single Sign-On apps: Azure Active Directory basic or Azure Active Directory Premium
- Hosted apps: Windows server with published apps + Clientless RDP or Citrix XenApp
- Locally installed apps: registry access
In this article you'll read about the Workspace requirements.
Registration Workspace 365
Office 365 Global Admin + SharePoint + Exchange – Minimum Office 365 Business Essentials.
For the registration of a Workspace 365 environment, you need to have an Office 365 global admin with SharePoint and Exchange license https://products.office.com/en-us/business/compare-more-office-365-for-business-plans
Workspace 365 users
Each user must have a Workspace 365 license and an Office 365 account, with or without license. When the user has no Office 365 license, not all functionalities will be available.
Shortcut to web app
This is included in the default Workspace 365 license.
Email, Email live tile & Calendar live tile
To easily give the users access to their email and/or calendar, they need to have a Exchange Online or On-Premises license: https://products.office.com/en-us/business/compare-more-office-365-for-business-plans
Document live tile & SharePoint intranet RSS live tile
To simplify your document management or to add news feeds from intranet within a RSS live tile, you need a SharePoint Online or On-Premises license.
For the full Single Sign-On experience you need to have a Azure AD Basic license, this license is included by default in paid licenses off Office 365.
Single Sign-On apps: Azure Active Directory basic or Azure Active Directory Premium
For the full Single Sign-On application experience check: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/active-directory/
Hosted apps: Windows server with published apps + Clientless RDP or Citrix XenApp
You can integrate your own hosted application via our Clientless RDP or with Citrix XenApp 7.9 or higher, with SAML-federation to Azure AD. For more information regarding the setup check: https://support.workspace365.net
Locally installed apps: registry access
When you want to launch local installed apps from the Workspace, you need to make changes to the registry of the device. For more information about this check:
|Office 365 account||Exchange||SharePoint||Azure AD basic+|
|Email, Calendar & Live tile|
|Documents + RSS live tile|
|Single Sign-On apps|