@Jeffrey Allen wrote:

Is Windows 10 Business different from Enterprise?  What does it have that Pro and Enterprise doesn't?

The way I understand it, Windows 10 Business isn't an edition like Enterprise.  Windows 10 Business requires Windows 10 Pro.  It provides a free upgrade for those licensed for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 Pro to Windows 10 Pro.  Windows 10 Business includes the components that enable the PC to be managed by Microsoft 365, Azure AD and Intune.


From here:


"This raises the question - what is Windows 10 Business, is it another Windows SKU? Rather than think of it as another SKU, the best way to think about it is that it's Windows 10 Pro when it's being managed by Microsoft 365 Business. If that's not clear, think of it as Windows 10 Pro, plus the cloud based management capabilities that Azure Active Directory and Intune provide, including the choice of MAM or MDM based management options. You get to take advantage of MDM auto-enrolment, Windows Autopilot and other capabilities on offer when you start combining these technologies."