During registration, provide the same business or organization e-mail address that was referenced in the access notification e-mail you received. Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA) customers should use the Business Center. When you subscribe to an Online Service through a Microsoft Volume Licensing program, the terms for how you can use the service are defined in the Volume Licensing Online Services Terms (OST) document and program agreement. The OST is updated monthly as a successor to the Microsoft Online Services Use Rights. Product activation and key information. Microsoft includes product activation technology in some products sold through the Volume Licensing channel. A product key is required to activate these products. Note to Microsoft Volume Licensing customers: You can find your Volume License Product Keys at the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC).
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Only users with a Power BI Pro license can publish content to app workspaces, share dashboards, and subscribe to dashboards and reports. A free license enables a user to consume content in a workspace assigned to a Power BI Premium capacity and access to some of the features of the Power BI service for their own personal content in their My Workspace.
For more information, see Per-user license type comparison. Power BI Premium provides dedicated capacity to deliver more consistent performance and support larger data volumes in Power BI. Power BI Premium also enables widespread distribution of content by Pro users without requiring users who view the content to have Power BI Pro licenses.
This article focuses on per-user licensing from an administrator perspective. Individuals can also sign up for a Power BI Pro trial. After you purchase the licenses, you assign them to individual users. For licenses that are part of a volume license purchase, the grace period is 90 days. If you purchased the license directly, the grace period is 30 days. Power BI Pro has the same subscription lifecycle as Office For more information, see What happens to my data and access when my Office for business subscription ends?
For more information, see Signing up for Power BI as an individual. Power BI Pro trial for organizations If you want to acquire and deploy Power BI trial licenses to multiple users in your organization without users accepting trial terms individually, sign up for a Power BI Pro trial for your organization. Keep the following in mind before you follow the steps to sign up: To sign up, you must be a member of the Global administrator or Billing administrator role in Microsoft There is a limit of one organizational trial per tenant.
This means that if someone has already applied the Power BI Pro Trial to your tenant, you cannot do it again. If you need assistance with this, contact Office Billing support. On the nav pane, select Billing then Subscriptions. On the right side, select Add subscriptions. Under Other Plans, hover over the ellipsis. On the order confirmation screen, select Try now.
On the order receipt, select Continue. You can assign a Power BI license to them within the Microsoft admin center. If a user signs up for a Power BI account , they are assigned a free license. Requesting and assigning free licenses If you plan to manage license requests and assignments centrally, first check whether you already have the unlimited Power BI free block of licenses on your tenant. This block of licenses is available after the first time someone signs up for Power BI as an individual.
During that process, this license block is attached to your organization, and a license is assigned to the user who is signing up. If the block is available, you can now assign licenses in Office If the block isn't available, you have two choices: Have a member of your organization sign up individually, which triggers the creation of the unlimited block.
Go to the next procedure, where you can sign up for a fixed number of licenses. If the unlimited Power BI free license block isn't available and you don't want to do an individual sign up, follow this procedure.
Enter the number of licenses you want to add and select Check out now or Add to cart. Enter the required information in the check out flow. There is no purchase when using this approach, although you will need to either enter your credit card information for billing, or choose to be invoiced.
If you decide later that you want to add more licenses, you can go back to Add subscriptions, and select Change license quantity for Power BI free. Enable or disable individual user sign up in Azure Active Directory As an administrator, you can choose to enable or disable individual user sign ups through Azure Active Directory AAD. This section of the article shows you how to manage sign ups with PowerShell commands.
In most tenants, this is set to true, which means it is enabled. If you acquired Power BI through a partner, this might be set to false, which means it is disabled. If you change the setting from true to false, new users in your organization are blocked from signing up individually. Users that signed up for Power BI prior to the setting change retain their licenses.
Sign into Azure Active Directory using your Microsoft credentials. The first line of the following PowerShell script prompts you for your credentials. The second line connects to Azure Active Directory. Note that 'fl' below uses the letter 'l', not the number 1. Changing this flag affects all of these capabilities.