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The Microsoft Services Agreement is an agreement between you and Microsoft (or one of its affiliates) that governs your use of Microsoft consumer online products and services.

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For commitments regarding security, privacy and compliance as well as related information that applies to Office 365 for business, please visit the Office 365 Trust Center at Section 4(a)(iii) of the Microsoft Services Agreement states that parents are responsible for Microsoft account, Skype account, and Services usage by their minor children, including any subscription fees and purchases.Our parent company, Microsoft, is streamlining and updating the Microsoft Service Agreement and the Privacy Statement across all of Microsoft services.Group Me terms, like other Microsoft services, will now be part of the agreement and there’s additional clarifications and changes provided below. The updates to the Microsoft Services Agreement will take effect on Septe‍mber 15, 20‍16.We are updating the Microsoft Services Agreement, which applies to your use of Microsoft consumer online products and services.We’re making these updates to clarify our terms and ensure that they remain transparent for you, as well as to cover additional Microsoft products, services and features.If you're familiar with basic networking concepts and how Automatic Updates works, you can easily walk through SUS's configuration steps.

You handle all configuration through a Web browser interface.

We are also updating the Microsoft Privacy Statement.

These updates are described below, and are effective as of August 2, 2016.

Other updates correct errors unrelated to security, or enhance functionality.

Microsoft routinely releases security updates on the second Tuesday of each month (Patch Tuesday), but can provide them whenever a new update is urgently required to prevent a newly discovered or prevalent exploit targeting Windows users.

We are simplifying the services agreement and privacy statement because we believe that real transparency starts with straightforward terms and policies that people can clearly understand.