I had the same question. Looking at the configurator, it shows the license WAAS-CNTRL-MGR (Cisco WAAS Central Manager License (1 per mgmt appliance)). Apparently this is for individual appliance. So, I assume CM is within the enterprise license (4.1). My question now is: can I have the application and the CM on the same appliance?
The appliances actually will only work as one or the other, so you do need one appliance dedicated as a central manager. The Enterprise license allows the appliance to function as a CM or an accelerator. (When running through the setup on the applicance you have a choice.)
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