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APPENDIX A ‐ SPLA Software, End User Agreement requirements

Last updated on March 2, 2017

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Microsoft will be an intended third party beneficiary of this Agreement, with the right to verify compliance with and to enforce the provisions of this Appendix A.

“SPLA Software” means software owned by Microsoft and supplied to us by Microsoft in accordance with the provisions of the Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA). Where we provide you with direct or indirect access to SPLA Software the following terms apply.

Reverse engineering, decompiling, or disassembling the Microsoft software is prohibited, except to the extent that such activity is expressly permitted by applicable law.

Any technical support for the software services will be provided by Logik, not by Microsoft or its suppliers.

Microsoft disclaims, to the extent permitted by applicable law, all warranties by Microsoft and any liability by Microsoft or its suppliers for any damages, whether direct, indirect, or consequential, arising from the Services.

Microsoft does not transfer any ownership rights in any of its software products hereunder. Microsoft’s software products are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights laws and international treaties. Removing, modifying or obscuring any copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights notices that are contained in or on the Microsoft software is prohibited.

We are required, upon Microsoft’s request, to disclose the name and address of a customer consuming more than $1,000 per month solely in Microsoft software usage. We will provide you with notice of any such disclosure in advance if it applies to you.

The Microsoft software is not fault‐tolerant and is not guaranteed to be error free or to operate uninterrupted. You must not use the Microsoft software in any application or situation where the Microsoft software’s failure could lead to death or serious bodily injury of any person, or to severe physical or environmental damage (“High Risk Use”).