Usage and billing registration error codes

If you're a Cloud Solution Provider (CSP), the following error messages can appear when adding tenants to a registration for reporting usage against the customer's Azure subscription ID.

List of registration error codes

Error Details Comments
RegistrationNotFound The provided registration wasn't found. Make sure the following information was provided correctly:
1. Subscription identifier (value provided: subscription identifier),
2. Resource group (value provided: resource group),
3. Registration name (value provided: registration name).
This error usually happens when the information pointing to the initial registration isn't correct. If you need to verify the resource group and name of your registration, you can find it in the Azure portal, by listing all resources. If you find more than one registration resource, look at the CloudDeploymentID in the properties, and select the registration whose CloudDeploymentID matches that of your cloud. To find the CloudDeploymentID, you can use this PowerShell command on Azure Stack Hub:
$azureStackStampInfo = Invoke-Command -Session $session -ScriptBlock { Get-AzureStackStampInformation }
BadCustomerSubscriptionId The provided customer subscription identifier and the registration name subscription identifier aren't owned by the same Microsoft CSP. Check that the customer subscription identifier is correct. The customer subscription ID is case sensitive. If the problem persists, contact support. This error happens when the customer subscription is a CSP subscription, but it rolls up to a CSP partner different from the one to which the subscription used in the initial registration rolls up. This check is made to prevent a situation that would result in billing a CSP partner who isn't responsible for the Azure Stack Hub used.
InvalidCustomerSubscriptionId The customer subscription identifier isn't valid. Make sure a valid Azure subscription is provided.
CustomerSubscriptionNotFound Customer subscription identifier wasn't found under registration name. Make sure a valid Azure subscription is being used and that the subscription ID was added to the registration using the PUT operation. This error happens when trying to verity that a tenant has been added to a subscription but the customer subscription isn't found to be associated with the registration. The customer hasn't been added to the registration, or the subscription ID has been written incorrectly.
UnauthorizedCspRegistration The provided registration name isn't approved to use multi-tenancy. Send an email to azstCSP@microsoft.com and include your registration name, resource group, and the subscription identifier used in the registration. A registration must be approved for multi-tenancy by Microsoft before you can start adding tenants to it.
CustomerSubscriptionsNotAllowed Customer subscription operations aren't supported for disconnected customers. To use this feature, re-register with pay-as-you-use licensing. The registration to which you're trying to add tenants is a capacity registration. So when the registration was created, the parameter BillingModel Capacity was used. Only pay-as-you-use registrations are allowed to add tenants. You must re-register using the parameter BillingModel PayAsYouUse.
InvalidCSPSubscription The provided customer subscription identifier isn't a valid CSP subscription. Make sure a valid Azure subscription is provided. This error is most likely due to the customer subscription being mistyped.
MetadataResolverBadGatewayError One of the upstream servers returned an unexpected error. Try again later. If the problem persists, contact support.

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