D'Arcy from Winnipeg
Solution Architecture, Business & Entrepreneurship, Microsoft, and Adoption

Claim Your MCP Status Back

Sunday, December 16, 2007 11:02 PM

If you have an MCP status, your organization might have created an association with your MCP number (this is common, as the more Microsoft certifications their staff hold, the more points they get towards the company partner status). When you leave an organization though, they might not remember (either honestly or deliberately) to disassociate.

To disassociate, go to the partner site (https://partners.microsoft.com/partnerprogram/Welcome.aspx) and the first box of the three shown will be "Associate as an Individual". Click the link there and that should bring you to the screen to disassociate from your prior organization and associate with a new one (if you need to).

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