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I don't have access to MyView?

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I purchased a subscription for MotoTRBO CPS and received the download link from Motorola today. It tells me to log into MyView using my MOL credentials. When I log in, it says "You do not have permissions to access MyView."

Did this happen to anyone else? Am I really on the correct site? I don't really want to call Motorola again.
 

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Sounds like you're going to have to call them and have them fix the permissions on your account. I've had to do it a couple times now.
 

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Sounds like you're going to have to call them and have them fix the permissions on your account. I've had to do it a couple times now.
Like what NotATechGuy already stated..You'll have to call Motorola and let them fix the issue with your account.
 

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It wasn't a permissions issue.

For some reason, Motorola thinks I'm a managed service user and that I used the MyView dashboard.

I can find the software in MOL via Resource Center > Software > Two-Way > MOTOTRBO > CPS / Service like everyone else, I presume.
 
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