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Hi,

Is anybody already registered to MS Action Pak? I just wondering why it ask for : Organization Url*

I try to get test license because Technet does not exist anymore.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Action Pack is software for production use by IT Organizations (MSPs, Consultants, etc).  Technet was open to everyone. ActionPack is not.  MSDN is open to anyone - you could look at that.  But if MSDN is too expensive and you're just trying to learn/test, I would suggest you still to the trials - 6 months is a long time and should be sufficient to learn/test things... and if not, you could probably use a refresher after 6 months (I know I could for many things).
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
I thought action pack was for microsoft partners.  AFAIK Action Pack is Not for Resale copies that can be used in production, MSDN cannot be used in production but only development.  Organization URL is simply a requirement even a free azure website will fill the requirement.

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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
I thought action pack was for microsoft partners.

It is.  I realize I wasn't clear.  It's for production use by IT organizations - who are at least registered partners.

MSDN cannot be used in production but only development.
My interpretation of the license is that it may be used in NON-PRODUCTION environments which would include testing and development.  I mention it because the OP states "I try to get test license..."
SAM2009Author Commented:
Thanks!
SAM2009Author Commented:
Thanks!
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