Updated: July 30, 2015

Applies To: Azure, Office 365, Windows Intune


  • The cmdlets were previously known as the Microsoft Online Services Module for Windows PowerShell cmdlets.

The Get-MsolPartnerContract cmdlet should only be used by partners, as it is used to retrieve a list of contracts for a partner. The input to this cmdlet should be a domain to look up, which must be verified for the tenant. If the company exists and the partner has access to this company, then the corresponding contract will be returned.


Get-MsolPartnerContract [-DomainName <string>] [-TenantId <Guid>] [<CommonParameters>]


    -DomainName <string>
        The domain to search for. This must be the full name of a verified 
        Required?                    false
        Position?                    named
        Default value                
        Accept pipeline input?       false
        Accept wildcard characters?  false
    -TenantId <Guid>
        The tenant of the partner to retrieve contracts for. If this is not 
        provided, then the value will default to the tenant of the current 
        user. If this parameter is provided, the tenant ID must correspond to 
        a partner company.
        Required?                    false
        Position?                    named
        Default value                
        Accept pipeline input?       true (ByPropertyName)
        Accept wildcard characters?  false
        This cmdlet supports the common parameters: Verbose, Debug,
        ErrorAction, ErrorVariable, WarningAction, WarningVariable,
        OutBuffer and OutVariable. For more information, type,
        "get-help about_commonparameters".


Command output is provided by Microsoft.Online.Administration.PartnerContract.

Example 1

The following command returns the contract for the tenant owning the domain The user must have privileges to act on behalf of

Get-MsolPartnerContract -DomainName

Example 2

The following command returns the contracts for all the tenants.


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