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I am a Sitecore certified developer but when I go to https://dev.sitecore.net/ and I am logged in I still cannot download the packages.

What can I do in this case?

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As of Dec 14, 2020 you do not need to be certified and logged in to be able to download the packages from https://dev.sitecore.net/

More details on this: https://community.sitecore.net/technical_blogs/b/technical-marketing/posts/sitecore-downloads-are-now-global


If you still have issues use the contact information below to find help:

If you work for a partner and you have access to the Partner portal please contact Sitecore using this form: https://partners.sitecore.com/s/contactsupport

If you work for a partner and you don't have access to the Partner portal please contact Sitecore using this form: https://partners.sitecore.com/s/get-help

In every other case please contact Sitecore using this form: https://www.sitecore.com/company/contact-us

If you are a Sitecore MVP you get a license from Sitecore and you can download the packages. If you have any issues then please contact the Sitecore MVP team.

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    So you now NEED to be associated with a partner, just being certified is not enough? What about those working for end clients directly or freelancers who are not associated to a partner? – jammykam Nov 27 '20 at 12:52
  • The answer is wrong - I have just downloaded the XP single packages just to test this and it works ok. No partner. – Pablo Urquiza Nov 27 '20 at 13:22
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    If the partner requirement will be a fixture for dev.sitecore.net and packages, customers like me will have to find alternatives to the Sitecore ecosystem. I would really think hard about that partner requirement and certainly include established customer teams as well. – mservais Nov 27 '20 at 16:46
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    Have the rules changed? Does Sitecore want all freelancers to change technology? – Marek Musielak Nov 27 '20 at 18:00
  • I am an independent consultant contracted on a temporal basis by clients who need a specific area to be done. Does that mean I won't have access in the future? – Martin Miles Nov 28 '20 at 3:41

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