WARNING: Microsoft has sent out a notice about phishing attempts sent out to spoof a MSDNAA login error. Please be careful reading any messages about your Microsoft account. More info here: http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/739881-fyi-microsoft-vlsc-phishing-e-mail
The Microsoft Imagine (AKA Dreamspark, AKA MSDNAA) software library is maintained for the benefit for SIAT program faculty and students. The software is hosted on a server that requires you to have a valid SFU computing ID and be on a list of users that are eligible to download the software. Software is for Faculty and students to use while they are enrolled in or teaching SIAT courses. Once you are no longer a student nor an instructor in a SIAT course, all software licenses are void. Users are expected to remove, uninstall and otherwise dispose of the software at this point.
Having trouble logging on to the Microsoft Imagine website? Students: please contact your SIAT faculty member to report an issue, as you likely aren't on the correct mailing lists. Faculty members: please contact IT Services - Surrey for assistance.
Software downloaded from the Microsoft Imagine website can not be used for University business, operations or commercial purposes. It is solely for instruction, learning, development and non-commercial research purposes.
Software obtained by one student MAY NOT to be shared with others. Software packages require activation and are monitored. Failed activations are logged and reported. Users with failed activations risk having their accounts disabled permanently. Do not risk losing your software by sharing it.
It is IMPORTANT to note that the software downloaded from the SIAT Microsoft Imagine site is NOT supported by the Surrey IT Services group. Operating systems, therefore, should not be installed on production machines that IT Services - Surrey supports. If you require software on a currently supported machine please check with your local IT staff.
IF YOU ARE NOT ENROLLED IN SIAT CLASSES YOU WILL NOT HAVE ACCCESS TO THIS. Please talk to your departmental assistant if you feel your school has a similar program in place.