Renew a Microsoft Store ID key

Use this method to renew a Microsoft Store key. When you generate a Microsoft Store ID key, the key is valid for 90 days. After the key expires, you can use the expired key to renegotiate a new key by using this method.


To use this method, you will need:

For more information, see Manage product entitlements from a service.


Request syntax

Key type Method Request URI
Collections POST
Purchase POST

Request header

Header Type Description
Host string Must be set to the value or
Content-Length number The length of the request body.
Content-Type string Specifies the request and response type. Currently, the only supported value is application/json.

Request body

Parameter Type Description Required
serviceTicket string The Azure AD access token. Yes
key string The expired Microsoft Store ID key. Yes

Request example

Content-Length: 2774
Content-Type: application/json

    "serviceTicket": "eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhb….",
    "Key": "eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbG…."


Response body

Parameter Type Description
key string The refreshed Microsoft Store key that can be used in future calls to the Microsoft Store collections API or purchase API.

Response example

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Length: 1646
Content-Type: application/json
MS-CorrelationId: bfebe80c-ff89-4c4b-8897-67b45b916e47
MS-RequestId: 1b5fa630-d672-4971-b2c0-3713f4ea6c85
MS-CV: xu2HW6SrSkyfHyFh.0.0
MS-ServerId: 030011428
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2015 07:31:12 GMT


Error codes

Code Error Inner error code Description
401 Unauthorized AuthenticationTokenInvalid The Azure AD access token is invalid. In some cases the details of the ServiceError will contain more information, such as when the token is expired or the appid claim is missing.
401 Unauthorized InconsistentClientId The clientId claim in the Microsoft Store ID key and the appid claim in the Azure AD access token do not match.