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You can use Amazon Route 53 with domains you register with Route 53, and with domains you have regstered with other DNS providers. Depending on your DNS provider, choose one of the following procedures to register and use a new domain with Route If you encounter issues while registering a domain, you can contact AWS Support for free. For information about the cost to register domains, see Amazon Route 53 Pricing for Domain Registration. If you accidentally register the wrong domain name, you can't change it. Instead, you need to register another domain name and specify the correct name.
Windows 10 Pro Education is a new offering in Windows 10, version This edition builds on the commercial version of Windows 10 Pro and provides important management controls needed in schools by providing education-specific default settings. If you have an education tenant and use devices with Windows 10 Pro, global administrators can opt-in to a free change to Windows 10 Pro Education depending on your scenario. To take advantage of this offering, make sure you meet the requirements for changing. For academic customers who are eligible to change to Windows 10 Pro Education, but are unable to use the above methods, contact Microsoft Support for assistance. Customers who are federated with Azure AD are also eligible. For more information, see Review requirements on devices.