Customers who purchased EHE through a Microsoft volume licensing agreement
Topic Last Modified: 2014-02-06
If you purchased an EHE subscription on an active Microsoft volume licensing agreement—including Enterprise, Open Value, Open Value Subscription, Select or Select Plus, Campus & Student, and Government agreements—you will be provided with the equivalent number of Windows Azure Rights Management licenses to facilitate the upgrade.
The license term will expire together with your existing subscription. When the current EHE subscription under your volume licensing agreement expires, the Windows Azure Rights Management licenses granted to replace EHE will also expire. At that time, you will have to purchase your Windows Azure Rights Management renewal through the Microsoft Office 365 portal or through an authorized Microsoft reseller partner. For more information, see How to renew your Windows Azure Rights Management Service subscription.
Your existing volume licensing agreement will govern your use of Exchange Online Protection (EOP) during the upgrade period.