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TomasAndersson
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Is it possible to embed to SharepointY/Teams on low (1-32) F SKU licenses?

Hi,

A question about Fabric licensing and embedding. I have been reading about in but as I'm a bit unsure and need to have my facts clear before I try to convince management to spend some money to get a Fabric license.

 

So you need at least a F64 SKU for Free users to be able to consume content in the Power BI service. This would be similar to a dedicated Premium with a P SKU.

 

But is it possible to get lower F SKU, such as F8, and then embed content into Teams and Sharepoint for non-users to view and consume? So that in theory an organization would only need to get a couple of Pro licenses for developers, get and F8 SKU,  and then embed to Sharepoint so that the rest of the company can see it?

 

That's how I understand it, but would much appreciate any clarification!


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v-rongtiep-msft
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Hi @TomasAndersson ,

As far as I concerned, your understanding is correct.

 

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Community Support Team _ Rongtie

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bcdobbs
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We're interested in doing the same. Is this working for you?



Ben Dobbs

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Hi Ben,

We managed to get a ride on and use an existing P SKU that existed within another part of the company, so never got the chance to test this unfortunately. 

Hope you'll find an answer somehow.

Thanks @TomasAndersson! We're currently on a P1 for Faculty (Large education discount). With P1 being retired and no education pricing available (yet?) in Azure I'm exploring contingencies. All seems to work but worries that it "shouldn't".



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v-rongtiep-msft
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Hi @TomasAndersson ,

As far as I concerned, your understanding is correct.

 

Best Regards
Community Support Team _ Rongtie

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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