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    Microsoft E-Learning on EES

    Has anyone partaken in the E-Learning vouchers/access that appears to be bundled in as a benefit with software assurance with your EES agreements?
    If so, is it any good, how is it delivered?

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    I'd also be curious about this...

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    A little digging today (and enrolling myself for the servers course for the sake of it!) was fruitful.
    So we have licenses for e-learning courses, delivered online (and offline via the "Offline Course Player". 1 license for Server courses (in this case, me) and 1 license per registered member of staff (which counts obviously towards your EES licensing cost) for "systems" and "applications" - the latter may be useful (ala Office, Outlook etc) for staff. Something they can do in their own time.
    Seems easy enough, it's delivered via https://business.microsoftelearning.com/eLearning and accessible from home or in school. The course player is quite a common one, I'm almost certain I've used the same for an old Cisco course a fair few years ago.

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    How do I get myself signed up we have ESS got the agreement number where do I find my 'access code' ?

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    When logged into your VLSC, go to Software Assurance and you'll see a list of benefits.
    Assuming everything is correct you should see your agreement number listed, and clicking that will take you to your Benefit Summary. From there you can see how many of each benefit you're entitled to, you can activate them there, assign administrators for them etc. Should have stuff like Technet read access, some OS codes, Windows Fundamentals and the E-Learning bits.

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    ah nice cheers matey will check this out, good work.

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