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Under SharePoint Server with Enterprise Client Access License, the license is currently marked as " SharePoint Server with Enterprise Client Access License ".

Does it mean it is installed with Enterprise rather than Standard version  ?
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Looks like it. To be 100% sure, look here
Central Administration>Upgrade and migration>Convert Farm License Type
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Yup. This means you have enterprise CAL edition.
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