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If your licensing agreement with Microsoft allows it, you can use your Windows 10 Enterprise or Windows 10 Pro desktop licenses for your WorkSpaces. To do this, you must Bring Your Own License (BYOL) and provide a Windows 10 license that meets the following requirements. For more information about using Microsoft software on AWS, see Amazon Web Services and Microsoft.
To stay compliant with Microsoft licensing terms, AWS runs your BYOL WorkSpaces on hardware that is dedicated to you in the AWS Cloud. By bringing your own license, you can provide a consistent experience for your users. For more information, see WorkSpaces Pricing.
If you will be using non-GPU-enabled bundles (bundles other than Graphics.g4dn, GraphicsPro.g4dn, Graphics, and GraphicsPro), verify that you will use a minimum of 100 WorkSpaces per Region. These 100 WorkSpaces can be any mix of AlwaysOn and AutoStop WorkSpaces. Using a minimum of 100 WorkSpaces per Region is a requirement for running your WorkSpaces on dedicated hardware. Running your WorkSpaces on dedicated hardware is necessary to comply with Microsoft licensing requirements. The dedicated hardware is provisioned on the AWS side, so your VPC can stay on default tenancy.
WorkSpaces can use a management interface in the /16 IP address range. The management interface is connected to a secure WorkSpaces management network used for interactive streaming. This allows WorkSpaces to manage your WorkSpaces. For more information, see Network interfaces. You must reserve a /16 netmask from at least one of the following IP address ranges for this purpose:
The VM must be on a single volume with a maximum size of 70 GB and at least 10 GB of free space. If you're also planning to subscribe to Microsoft Office for your BYOL image, the VM must be on a single volume with a maximum size of 70 GB and at least 20 GB of free space. The DISK that the root volume is on cannot exceed 70GB.
For BYOL AutoStop WorkSpaces, a large number of concurrent logins could result in significantly increased time for WorkSpaces to be available. If you expect many users to log into your BYOL AutoStop WorkSpaces at the same time, please consult your account manager for advice.
During the BYOL image ingestion process, if you are using Windows 10, you have the option to subscribe to Microsoft Office Professional 2016 (32-bit) or 2019 (64-bit) through AWS. If you choose this option, Office is pre-installed in your BYOL image and included on any WorkSpaces that you launch from this image.
We choose the language used for your Office subscription based on the AWS Region where you're performing your BYOL image ingestion. For example, if you're performing your BYOL image ingestion in the Asia Pacific (Tokyo) Region, your Office subscription has Japanese as its language.
By default, we install a number of frequently used Office language packs on your WorkSpaces. If the language pack that you want isn't installed, you can download additional language packs from Microsoft. For more information, see Language Accessory Pack for Office in the Microsoft documentation.
Before you can configure Office 2016 or Office 2019 policy settings, you must download the administrative template files (.admx/.adml) for Office from the Microsoft Download Center. After you download the administrative template files, you must add the office16.admx and office16.adml files to the Central Store of the domain controller for your WorkSpaces directory. (The office16.admx and office16.adml files apply to both Office 2016 and Office 2019.) For more information about working with .admx and .adml files, see How to create and manage the Central Store for Group Policy Administrative Templates in Windows in the Microsoft documentation.
The following procedure describes how to create the Central Store and add the administrative template files to it. Perform the following procedure on a directory administration WorkSpace or Amazon EC2 instance that is joined to your WorkSpaces directory.
On a directory administration WorkSpace or an Amazon EC2 instance that is joined to your WorkSpaces directory, open Windows File Explorer, and in the address bar, enter your organization's fully qualified domain name (FQDN), such as \\example.com.
Office 2016 and Office 2019 use the same GPO settings (labeled with Office 2016). If you don't see Administrative Template Policy definitions (ADMX files) retrieved from the local computer under User Configuration, Policies, the office16.admx and office16.adml files aren't correctly installed on your domain controller.
You can also add a subscription to Office to your existing BYOL WorkSpaces. After you have created a BYOL bundle with Office installed, you can use the WorkSpaces migration feature to migrate your existing BYOL WorkSpaces to the BYOL bundle that is subscribed to Office. For more information, see Migrate a WorkSpace.
To migrate from Office 2016 to Office 2019 or from Office 2019 to Office 2016, you must create a BYOL bundle that is subscribed to the version of Office that you want to migrate to. Then, you use the WorkSpaces migration feature to migrate your existing BYOL WorkSpaces that are subscribed to Office to the BYOL bundle that is subscribed to the version of Office that you want to migrate to.
For example, to migrate from Office 2016 to Office 2019, create a BYOL bundle that is subscribed to Office 2019. Then use the WorkSpaces migration feature to migrate your existing BYOL WorkSpaces that are subscribed to Office 2016 to the BYOL bundle that is subscribed to Office 2019.
To unsubscribe from Office, you must create a BYOL bundle that is not subscribed to Office. Then use the WorkSpaces migration feature to migrate your existing BYOL WorkSpaces to the BYOL bundle that is not subscribed to Office. For more information, see Migrate a WorkSpace.
If you have subscribed to Office through AWS, Office updates are included as part of your regular Windows updates. To stay current on all security patches and updates, we recommend that you periodically update your BYOL base images.
Before you can enable your account for BYOL, you must go through a verification process to confirm your eligibility for BYOL. Until you go through this process, the Enable BYOL option will not be available in your Amazon WorkSpaces console.
In the navigation pane, choose Account Settings, and then under Bring your own license (BYOL), choose View WorkSpaces BYOL settings. If your account is not currently eligible for BYOL, a message provides guidance for next steps. To get started, contact your AWS account manager or sales representative, or contact the AWS Support Center. Your contact will verify your eligibility for BYOL.
If the accounts are linked, the total number of WorkSpaces deployed in these accounts is aggregated together for the purposes of determining your eligibility for BYOL. Be aware that linking the accounts will take additional time. If you want to link the accounts, be ready to provide the account numbers to your contact.
To enable BYOL for your account, you must specify a management network interface. This interface is connected to a secure Amazon WorkSpaces management network. It is used for interactive streaming of the WorkSpace desktop to Amazon WorkSpaces clients, and to allow Amaz