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Microsoft MOLP licensing search

Posted on 2009-05-06
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Does naybody know if there is a way to search if a company has an MOLP in place and then get their user id and logon for Microsofts website.
I have a new client and it seems that they may have one but the previous person resopnsible has left the company and did not leave anything behind.
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by:halejr1
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I don't know if this will completely resolve your issue, but you can do a license search on Eopen's website @ https://eopen.microsoft.com/EN/Home.ASP 

upper left hand corner, where you'll need customer number, agreement number, or license number.  Any of the above info.  Not sure if it will resolve or assist, you may want to give it a shot.
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by:Terrymac_Computer_Guy
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Client can't find their copy of an email or piece of paper stating any license information above. The person that may have had this left the company long ago. The only thing we have is the physical presence of their company name, address and phone number. Is there a way to search for this and update the license record with the new contact information?
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I am an MS partner and I have support contacts for licensing... I don't know if they can help, but if you have a direct relationship with a partner, then I would ask them for assistance.  I would help most any client whether I am going to make a buck or not.  I think you will find the same for most MS partners.
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by:Terrymac_Computer_Guy
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Thanks for your help I will contact an MS Partner locally.
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