This question might sound stupid but my company is recently starting to develop solutions with Microsoft Dynamics AX2009 and we are wondering where in the source partner portal (or another website?) are available for downloading the licenses provided for partners' usage.
We do have the training VPC with its licenses provided by Microsoft for download on the Axapta website, but need to implement the usage of the tool here at the company. I will really appreciate if someone can tell me how should we proceed as Certified partners to get the licenses for AX and also the development codes in order to implement customizations in the VAR layer.
Thanks in advance,
You can drop a mail to Microsoft - requesting to send the updated version of your License File.(Which will include your development codes).
We are sending an email with the request to Microsoft but while we wati of the official answer, we are to see among other users if they know the procerure in order to avoid long delays in our implementation.
Forgot to mention that we are Microsoft certified partner but we aren’t
Dynamics AX partners.
I also believe you can request one thorough the commerce tool on partnersource.
I'll look for that link on the Partner Soucer, it's hard to find things there sometimes
We cross posted, but if you are not an AX partner there will be no automated way of getting this. I suggest you talk to your PAM (Partner Account Manager).
Thanks again Adam!
We'll see how it goes through our PAM, hopefully we get this ASAP!
**Edit, I meant to reply to thread, not suggest a solution...but this might be right for you :)
You should have a login. You login and click "Voice" at the top, then on the left there should be company information settings, and you have to click around to find your license keys and your layer keys (bus/var/cus).
If you are able to login to customer source and click the voice link, know that the files you need are there somewhere, Voice is just difficult to navigate.
As they are not an AX partner they will not be able to login and get an AX developer license key - MS will not have cut one for them, why would they - they are not an AX partner
Perhaps I'm confused, but there is a partnersource login, and a customersource login. I would think they'd have a customer source login. If I login and look at a client, I can see the email address of their primary contact, whom I'm guessing has a login.
The only reason I'd think they wouldn't have the development license keys are if they didn't purchase the X++ license code. If they did however buy this...it sounded like they just couldn't find out how to get this code, which I'd say is just through either Voice via CustomerSource, or by contacting their partner of reference.
I've never actually seen a customer use customersource, but it looks like it's the same.
Edit: Here is a link to some customersource info http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/customersource.aspx