Microsoft Dynamics 365 simplifies licensing of business applications. The primary licensing is by named user subscription. The Microsoft Dynamics 365 user subscriptions classify users into two types, “full users” and “other users”.
Full users are the users whose work requires the use of the feature-rich business applications functionality. Examples of full users are salespeople, customer service representatives, finance employees, controllers, and supply chain managers. These users have also been referred to in the past as Pro users or Power Users. These full users are licensed with a Dynamics 365 Plan, or Dynamics 365 application subscription (not including Dynamics 365 for Talent).
Other users often represent a large percentage of users in an organization and may consume data or reports from the line of business systems, complete light tasks like time or expense entry and HR record updates or are heavier users of the system, but not require full user capabilities. These other users are licensed with Dynamics 365 for Team Members, Dynamics 365 for Operations Activity or Dynamics 365 for Talent subscriptions.
User SL Comparison Dynamics 365 for Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, and Project Service Automation
About mention grid the highlighted in the red area, That permission is for team members licenses. As the developer, we created security roles that need to keep in mind Licences structure. For example One of the user had Team Members license and we assign the security roles which is defined as case entity all rights. So in result, he can work on the case entity but the issue comes when an auditing by Microsoft or Microsoft partners. That time is problematic for the client and as a developer for you also.