MSDN Subscriptions and how it has changed

Posted Friday, October 28, 2005 8:35 AM by C-Dog's .NET Tip of the Day
MSDN has changed a little bit with the release of Visual Studio 2005.  When you go to the subscriptions page (, there will be two links MSDN Universal Subscriptions and MSDN Team Developer Subscriptions.  If you click on the Universal Subscriptions you will get a Benefit Expired error.  This is because your account has been transitioned to MSDN Premium with Team Developer.  This means you can only download the Team Developer version of Visual Studio 2005.   You won't have access to any of the testing or architect features.

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