To activate your service, the original business administrator opens the Azure Enterprise portal and connects with the email address of the invitation email. The department administrator can indicate the spending quota, but only the company administrator can update the quota amount. The company administrator and department administrator receive notifications as soon as the rate reaches 50%, 75%, 90% and 100%. Once a department has been created, the corporate administrator can add department administrators and assign each department. Department administrators can perform the following actions for their divisions: The status should be changed from a departure date to the end date. The start/end date is the date the user first logged in and the end date of the contract. Corporate and department administrators use departments to organize and report Azure services for businesses and use by department and cost center. The company administrator can: Microsoft Azure Enterprise is the default name when a subscription is created. You can change the name to distinguish it from other subscriptions in your registration and make sure it is recognizable in company-level reports. You can delete the end date of the coverage period, disable the lifecycle notification date, and disable commissions. By disabling lifecycle notifications, notifications about the coverage period and end date of the agreement are removed. If you want to know how Azure bookings for VM-Reserved-Instances can help you save money with your Enterprise registration, please visit Azure EA`s reserved VM Instances. To create an Azure business offer subscription, you must be eligible for the account owner`s role on the EA portal.
As an Azure business administrator, you can allow account holders in your organization to create subscriptions based on the EA Dev/Test offer. To do this, select the Dev/Test field for the account owner in the Azure EA portal. Enjoy a simplified and predictable approach to buying software with a single 3- or 5-year contract. Yes, you can transfer ownership of the subscription to another account. For example, if an A account has three subscriptions, the company administrator can transfer a subscription to account B, one to account C and one to account D. Or you can transfer all subscriptions to the E account.