Use AllowSelfServicePurchase for the MSCommerce PowerShell module

The MSCommerce PowerShell module is now available on PowerShell Gallery. The module includes a PolicyID parameter value for AllowSelfServicePurchase that lets you control whether users in your organization can make self-service purchases.

You can use the MSCommerce PowerShell module to:

  • View the default state of the AllowSelfServicePurchase parameter value — whether it's enabled or disabled
  • View a list of applicable products and whether self-service purchase is enabled or disabled
  • View or modify the current setting for a specific product to either enable or disable it


To use the MSCommerce PowerShell module, you need:

  • A Windows 10 device
  • PowerShell 5 or below. Currently, PowerShell 6.x/7.x isn't supported with this module.
  • Administrator permission for the device
  • Global or Billing Admin role for your tenant

Install the MSCommerce PowerShell module

You install the MSCommerce PowerShell module on your Windows 10 device once and then import it into each PowerShell session you start. Download the MSCommerce PowerShell module from the PowerShell Gallery.

To install the MSCommerce PowerShell module with PowerShellGet, run the following command:

Install-Module -Name MSCommerce

Import MSCommerce into the PowerShell session

After you install the module on your Windows 10 device, you then import it into each PowerShell session that you start. To import it into a PowerShell session, run the following command:

Import-Module -Name MSCommerce

Connect to MSCommerce with your credentials

To connect to the PowerShell module with your credentials, run the following command.


This command connects the current PowerShell session to an Azure Active Directory tenant. The command prompts you for a username and password for the tenant you want to connect to. If multi-factor authentication is enabled for your credentials, you use the interactive option to log in.

View details for AllowSelfServicePurchase

To view a description of the AllowSelfServicePurchase parameter value and the default status, based on your organization, run the following command:

Get-MSCommercePolicy -PolicyId AllowSelfServicePurchase

View a list of self-service purchase products and their status

To view a list of all available self-service purchase products and the status of each, run the following command:

Get-MSCommerceProductPolicies -PolicyId AllowSelfServicePurchase

The following table lists the available products and their ProductId.

Product ProductId
Power Apps per user CFQ7TTC0KP0P
Power Automate per user CFQ7TTC0KP0N
Power Automate RPA CFQ7TTC0KXG6
Power BI Premium (standalone) CFQ7TTC0KXG7
Project Plan 1 CFQ7TTC0KXND
Project Plan 3 CFQ7TTC0KXNC
Visio Plan 1 CFQ7TTC0KXN9
Visio Plan 2 CFQ7TTC0KXN8
Windows 365 Enterprise CFQ7TTC0HHS9
Windows 365 Business CFQ7TTC0J203
Windows 365 Business with Windows Hybrid Benefit CFQ7TTC0HX99

View or set the status for AllowSelfServicePurchase

After you view the list of products available for self-service purchase, you can view or modify the setting for a specific product.

To get the policy setting for a specific product, run the following command:

Get-MSCommerceProductPolicy -PolicyId AllowSelfServicePurchase -ProductId CFQ7TTC0KP0N

To enable the policy setting for a specific product, run the following command:

Update-MSCommerceProductPolicy -PolicyId AllowSelfServicePurchase -ProductId CFQ7TTC0KP0N -Enabled $True

To disable the policy setting for a specific product, run the following command:

Update-MSCommerceProductPolicy -PolicyId AllowSelfServicePurchase -ProductId CFQ7TTC0KP0N -Enabled $False

Example script to disable AllowSelfServicePurchase

The following example walks you through how to import the MSCommerce module, sign in with your account, get the ProductId for Power Automate, and then disable AllowSelfServicePurchase for that product.

Import-Module -Name MSCommerce
Connect-MSCommerce #sign-in with your global or billing administrator account when prompted
$product = Get-MSCommerceProductPolicies -PolicyId AllowSelfServicePurchase | where {$_.ProductName -match 'Power Automate'}
Update-MSCommerceProductPolicy -PolicyId AllowSelfServicePurchase -ProductId $product.ProductID -Enabled $false

If there are multiple values for the product, you can run the command individually for each value as shown in the following example:

Update-MSCommerceProductPolicy -PolicyId AllowSelfServicePurchase -ProductId $product[0].ProductID -Enabled $false
Update-MSCommerceProductPolicy -PolicyId AllowSelfServicePurchase -ProductId $product[1].ProductID -Enabled $false



You see the following error message:

HandleError : Failed to retrieve policy with PolicyId 'AllowSelfServicePurchase', ErrorMessage - The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a send.

This may be due to an older version of Transport Layer Security (TLS). To connect this service you need to use TLS 1.2 or greater


Upgrade to TLS 1.2. The following syntax updates the ServicePointManager Security Protocol to TLS1.2:

 [System.Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [System.Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12

To learn more, see How to enable TLS 1.2.

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