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Licensing Training for Breadth Partners

Licensing Training for Breadth Partners

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The Microsoft Licensing Sales Specialist (MLSS) accreditation is made up of seven modules.   Each module has a test that you must take which has 25 questions and you have 30 minutes to complete.  In order to pass the module you require an 80% pass mark.  Although you have 30 minutes to complete on average they will only take around 15-20 to allow for reading the questions fully.

There are 5 core modules:

Microsoft Product Fundamentals
Fundamentals of Licensing

Product Licensing: Windows and Office
Product Licensing: Server Applications
Selling Software Assurance

For the remaining two modules you have the choice of focussing on either Small & Medium Businesses or Large Organisations.  The Small and Medium businesses focus on the different versions of Open licensing.  The Large Organisation modules focus on Select and Enterprise -

Either

Microsoft Volume Licensing for Small and Medium Businesses: Core

Microsoft Volume Licensing for Small and Medium Businesses: Advanced

Or

Microsoft Volume Licensing to Large Organisations: Core
Microsoft Volume Licensing for Large Organisations: Advanced

All the above recordings also have a PDF slides (accessible on the Learning Path or from the links above) that could be easily downloaded and/or printed to create licensing handbook for quick reference or to write notes on while sitting the recording. It should take between 30 and 60 minutes to read review each module prior to sitting the test.

Computacenter believe that as a result of putting their employees through this qualification their Open Sales business has increase 200%.

These recordings can be found on the Partner Learning Centre by either searching for ‘MLSS’ or from the following link –

https://training.partner.microsoft.com/plc/search_adv.aspx?ssid=360d30e2-c7c0-49bc-8778-f8dad90965f4

We are finding the MLSS Exams really important within the Partner community, Partners are even asking for this accreditation when advertising for new staff.

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