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  2.    1 Week Ago #2
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    A Nightmare


    If MS really wanted people to use their Azure service, they'd make it a lot easier to sign up to the free version that they supposedly supply to educational institutions.

    After 4 hours of screwing around, the end result was 2 "free" Azure accounts that cannot be used for anything.
    It's not possible to create anything without supplying a credit card number.

    IMO, any free service that requires a credit card number is automatically suspect.

    Even better, it's not possible to delete the accounts or contact support personnel.
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  3.    1 Week Ago #3
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    You have to supply a CC# for a free Amazon AWS account too. My highest bill for AWS has been about 75 cents in a month.
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  4.    1 Week Ago #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by pparks1 View Post
    You have to supply a CC# for a free Amazon AWS account too. My highest bill for AWS has been about 75 cents in a month.
    Your free account costs 75 cents a month?

    The Educational Institution accounts should only need:
    • A school code
    • A student code (e.g. MS student email account)
    • A semester code


    The school should know how many students are enrolled in the subject and they could supply that info to MS.
    MS could send a confirmation email to the school when students activate their account.
    If anyone is signed up who isn't an official student, the school could report them to MS.

    The process to get Visual Studio Enterprise was straightforward and problem free:
    • I downloaded the installer via TAFE's software portal
    • Applied online for the Product Key
    • Used it to install the software
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  5.    1 Week Ago #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by lehnerus2000 View Post
    Your free account costs 75 cents a month?
    Yes, you can sign up for an AWS account on the Free Tier for 12 months. HOWEVER, that doesn't mean absolutely everything Amazon AWS has to offer is free. Some things fall outside of the free tier. So I have made use of some services with my free account which aren't completely free. But my bill have been very small.
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