We offer two different SCEPman editions:
- Enterprise Edition
- Community Edition
Both editions use the same codebase and binaries. A Community Edition can be converted to an Enterprise Edition just by inserting a SCEPman license key (and maybe doing some additional config work).
SCEPman EE comes with all features and is supported by our team. We charge a subscription fee for SCEPman EE.
We recommend SCEPman EE for:
- Productive environments
- Scalability and performance
- Enterprise feature set
SCEPman CE misses some features of SCEPman EE and is not supported by our team. SCEPman CE is free of charge.
We recommend SCEPman CE for:
- Lab environments
- Small businesses
- Easy testing of SCEPman
If you want to test SCEPman in your own environment, you can follow the mandatory steps in our Standard Guide and install SCEPman directly into your lab. If you later decide to purchase SCEPman EE, you should review our Getting Started guide decision matrix and revisit all recommended and optional steps.
If your organization has Azure resource naming conventions in place and you intend to re-use the Community Edition deployment after a successful trial, please directly start with our Extended Guide (mandatory steps only). For the basic steps, no license key is required.
The following table shows the most important differences between the two editions:
Machine certificates for Intune- or JAMF-managed devices (Windows 10, MacOS, Android, iOS)
User certificates on Intune- or JAMF-managed devices (Windows 10, MacOS, Android, iOS)
(Access on-prem ressources and use Windows Hello for Business with AAD/Hybrid-joined devices)