End of life for legacy Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) Commercial subscriptions renewals 

End of life for legacy Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) Commercial subscriptions renewals 

What is happening on the Microsoft side?  

Starting Monday, July 11, 2022, all legacy CSP Commercial subscriptions that reach their term end date after July 10, 2022, will not renew. 

  • Microsoft will not notify the partner or the end-customer when a legacy subscription approaches or reach its term.  

  • Legacy CSP subscriptions for education, government, and non-profit will still be available for purchase and renewal.  

How Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace will align to Microsoft's technical enforcement  

Actions Required Before June 30, 2022: 

To ease the transition process to NCE, partners are required to fulfill the following criteria below:  

Steps Recommended Deadlines Tasks How to
1 June 30 Confirm that you have adequately established your Microsoft Partner Agreement (MPA)  

Click here to check that you have signed the Microsoft Partner Agreement.   

If you have not signed the Microsoft Partner Agreement, click here to sign.*  

2 June 30 Confirm that you have associated Ingram Micro Cloud as your Indirect Provider. See the step-by-step guide on how to do this by country.* 
3 June 30 Identify and establish your location MPN ID and update on Cloud Marketplace. Review the step-by-step guide to adjust your MPN ID on Cloud Marketplace  
4 June 30 Ensure that all your end customers have accepted their Microsoft Customer Agreement (MCA).    See how here  
5 June 30 Optional: Opt-out of Ingram Micro CSP to NCE Transition  Complete and submit the Opt-out request form  


*Pre-requisite: Global Admin Partner Center Role needed to complete action.  

We appreciate your partnership and look forward to helping your organization and customers transition to Microsoft's new commerce experience.  

Are you interested in receiving more assistance?   

Contact your local dedicated NCE champions.  

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  • Category Company & Partnership News

  • Written by Briana Lau

  • Published on May 19, 2022

Briana Lau

Briana Lau, Global Business Development Lead, Microsoft Modern Work, Ingram Micro Cloud

Briana leads Ingram Micro Cloud's Microsoft Modern Work portfolio business globally. She's responsible for developing strategies, driving new initiatives and launching customer-focused campaigns and incentives for indirect resellers.