Windows IoT Enterprise End User License Agreement Update Summary Communication

Created Date: 2019-10-29 |  Last Modified: 2021-10-04

Applies to: Direct IoT, Distributor IoT, Indirect IoT

PLEASE NOTE: This notice includes updates to the Windows IoT Enterprise End User License Agreement for October 1, 2021 effective date.

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Posting and effective dates
Changes presented
Final Effective October 1, 2021

EULA - Windows IoT Enterprise Effective October 1, 2021Clean

EULA updated to accommodate for Windows 11 IoT Enterprise. This template may now be used for both Windows 11 IOT Enterprise and Windows 10 IOT Enterprise products.

Final Effective May 1, 2020

Updated Publication dates: April 28, 2020

EULA - Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Effective May 1, 2020Clean | Redline

Removed the academic use restriction as it is not applicable for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.

Final Effective November 1, 2019

Updated Publication dates: October 29, 2019

EULA - Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Effective November 1, 2019Clean | Redline

Container Usage with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and Windows IoT Core Licensing Change:

As IoT platforms continue to evolve, containers serve as a common deployment method for applications independent from Azure IoT Edge. As a result, we have updated our license terms to allow containers on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and Windows IoT Core, removing the restriction that required Azure IoT Edge to instantiate the container.

Final Effective November 15, 2018

EULA - Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Effective November 15, 2018Clean

This resource includes the license terms for Windows 10 Internet of Things (IoT) Enterprise family of products. OEMs must include the appropriate license terms with each embedded system or device that they distribute. (This resource, originally published July 21, 2015, was last updated on November 15, 2018.)

Final Effective October 1, 2021

EULA - Windows IoT Enterprise Effective October 1, 2021Clean

EULA updated to accommodate for Windows 11 IoT Enterprise. This template may now be used for both Windows 11 IOT Enterprise and Windows 10 IOT Enterprise products.

Final Effective May 1, 2020

Updated Publication dates: April 28, 2020

EULA - Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Effective May 1, 2020Clean | Redline

Removed the academic use restriction as it is not applicable for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.

Final Effective November 1, 2019

Updated Publication dates: October 29, 2019

EULA - Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Effective November 1, 2019Clean | Redline

Container Usage with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and Windows IoT Core Licensing Change:

As IoT platforms continue to evolve, containers serve as a common deployment method for applications independent from Azure IoT Edge. As a result, we have updated our license terms to allow containers on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and Windows IoT Core, removing the restriction that required Azure IoT Edge to instantiate the container.

Final Effective November 15, 2018

EULA - Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Effective November 15, 2018Clean

This resource includes the license terms for Windows 10 Internet of Things (IoT) Enterprise family of products. OEMs must include the appropriate license terms with each embedded system or device that they distribute. (This resource, originally published July 21, 2015, was last updated on November 15, 2018.)