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Device Partner Support

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Register today to get the resources you need to grow your business with Microsoft

As a Microsoft Device Partner, you need up-to-date information to help you grow your business with Microsoft. Device Partner Center is a self-service portal that simplifies getting licensing, technical, sales, and marketing resources—everything you need to build, sell, and market Microsoft devices. We use the information you provide during registration to surface targeted content for a customized experience—exactly what you need when you need it!

Manage your account

To sign in to Device Partner Center, you will have to sign in by using either your Company work account or your Microsoft account.

What is the difference between "work account" and "Microsoft account"?

A "work account" is an account created by an organization's administrator to enable a member of the member of the organization access to all Microsoft cloud services such as Microsoft Azure, Office 365, or, in this case, Device Partner Center.

A "Microsoft account", created by a user, is the new name for what used to be called "Windows Live ID". The Microsoft account is the combination of an email address and a password that a user uses to sign in to all consumer-oriented Microsoft products and cloud services such as Outlook (Hotmail), Messenger, OneDrive, or, in this case, Device Partner Center. If you already sign in to a Windows PC, tablet, phone, Xbox Live, Outlook, or OneDrive, you can use that account to sign in to Device Partner Center.

User types, permissions, and content access

General inquiry

Contact a Device Partner Support representative

If you can’t find an answer to your question in one of our self-help support articles, create an assisted support ticket.