Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA) is a transaction licensing agreement for commercial, government and academic organizations with 250 or more users/devices. MPSA is most appropriate for organizations that wish to license Microsoft for software, cloud services or needs, without organizational-wide obligations or multi-year subscription options under a single agreement that does not expire. Software Assurance is optional. We offer several contract options to help partners license microsoft cloud services and on-premise software. EA`s structure includes an annual audit and balance sheet audit for a number of true-ups (purchase of additional licenses) or an annual count to ensure that it remains compliant with the original order and complies with the rules applicable to Microsoft programs. This is all part of the management process that Trustmarque will provide you as a standard service as part of our account control. Microsoft Open License, Microsoft Open Value and Microsoft Open Value Subscription are Microsoft volume licensing agreements for organizations with 5-499 users/devices that want to license local Microsoft software, cloud services or both. 1. SOFTWARE USAGE RIGHTS. You are only allowed to use, copy, compile and create software-derived works in simulators or equipment for non-commercial research, experimentation and education purposes. Examples of non-commercial applications include teaching, academic research, public demonstrations and personal experiences. Derivative Works refers to changes to the software in the source code or object code you have made under this Agreement. You can copy all the snack documents and return them.

You are not allowed to broadcast or publish software or derivatives works. You cannot use or test the software to provide a commercial service unless Microsoft allows you to do so under another contract. You can publish and submit documents or articles about the results of your research and, although the dissemination of all essential parts or parts of the software is not permitted, you can insert in such a publication or presentation an excerpt of fifty (50) lines of code to illustrate. Microsoft Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA) is intended for service providers and isvs who wish to license authorized Microsoft products to host software services and applications for end-customers. SPLA grants the licensing rights for the monthly host of certain Microsoft products for a period of three years, as described in the service provider Microsoft Use Rights (SPUR) with prices based on user rights. Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA) offers flexible call options on an ongoing, unsealed basis. This is a transaction licensing agreement for users who have more than 250 users or devices and who offer indeterminate user insurance and subscription licenses, with or without software, to public sector customers at the lowest available price level (volume D). As of July 1, 2016, Microsoft will no longer accept new orders and software insurance renewals in markets where MPSA is available, thanks to existing Select Plus business agreements for the next anniversary of the customer`s contract. At another (critical) level of retail, customers need to understand exactly how to use their licensed products.

For most downloaded products, a customer access license (CAL) is required for each user or device that accesses the server. A CAL is not a software product, but a license that gives a user or device the right to access the server. These rights can still be distinguished by the fact that the user or device is in the company`s possession or that the user or device accesses the server locally or remotely.