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    Hey folks, sorry for the late update. Some backend changes were made to alleviate this issue but I believe it doesn’t solve it for everyone yet. Let me go get some details and come back with a better update. Thanks!

    John

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    Somehow I managed to do this. When I registered our MPN benefit, I did indeed do so (by accident, I thought) with the Microsoft account that matched my work email. During this ticket, I learned that apparently I have both an org account and microsoft account with the same email address.

    I opened a ticket and it was resolved by someone I worked with. It seems I got lucky though. I did this or around January or February of 2015. I am 100% sure my org account has the MPN benefit because I can assign other people in our org to be administrators of that subscription.

    That all said, I wonder the utility of having $100 in credit dispersed over more than a couple of people anyway. $100 is a good sandbox for a team of 2-4, but definitely not enough for any production partner use. It's only enough to let me test stuff, and I have to be careful to turn it all off when not using it.

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