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Welcome to the Agents and Brokers Resources webpage. This page is the primary outlet for agents and brokers to receive information from CMS about working in the Health Insurance Marketplace and the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) Marketplace.

To the extent permitted by states, licensed agents and brokers may assist consumers determine their eligibility for insurance affordability programs, including advance payments of the premium tax credit and cost-sharing reductions, and enroll them in qualified health plans (QHPs).

We have had several questions lately about the WSHA/WSHV so we figured it was time to provide an update to what we previously posted last year.

The WSHA is the SHA delivered with Windows Vista and Windows XP SP3. The WSHV is the SHV delivered with Windows Server 2008. They provide the ability to make network access decisions based on the following criteria:

Firewall, antivirus, and antispyware detection is available for both Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications. The WSHA detects any application that reports its status through Windows Security Center.

This document walks you through installing and configuring the Azure AD Connect Health Agents. You can download the agents from here .

This launches a PowerShell window to initiate the agent registration process. When prompted, sign in with an Azure AD account that has access to perform agent registration. By default the Global Admin account has access.

After signing in, PowerShell will continue. Once it completes, you can close PowerShell and the configuration is complete.

In addition to requirements information on obtaining a Life Agent license the CDI has also published below a list of frequently asked questions regarding the Life-Only Agent license and Accident and Health Agent license.

The application is available on the CDI's Web site at the following link: The Fast Licensing Application Service is Here (FLASH) for both resident and nonresident applicants to apply for an insurance license online. This link takes the applicant to the procedures of how to file an application online. If you already know how to use the online application service, you may select the following link to go directly to the FLASH online application . 

What will the filing fee be if I want to apply for a Life-Only Agent and Accident and Health Agent license at the same time?

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Welcome to the Agents and Brokers Resources webpage. This page is the primary outlet for agents and brokers to receive information from CMS about working in the Health Insurance Marketplace and the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) Marketplace.

To the extent permitted by states, licensed agents and brokers may assist consumers determine their eligibility for insurance affordability programs, including advance payments of the premium tax credit and cost-sharing reductions, and enroll them in qualified health plans (QHPs).

We have had several questions lately about the WSHA/WSHV so we figured it was time to provide an update to what we previously posted last year.

The WSHA is the SHA delivered with Windows Vista and Windows XP SP3. The WSHV is the SHV delivered with Windows Server 2008. They provide the ability to make network access decisions based on the following criteria:

Firewall, antivirus, and antispyware detection is available for both Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications. The WSHA detects any application that reports its status through Windows Security Center.

This document walks you through installing and configuring the Azure AD Connect Health Agents. You can download the agents from here .

This launches a PowerShell window to initiate the agent registration process. When prompted, sign in with an Azure AD account that has access to perform agent registration. By default the Global Admin account has access.

After signing in, PowerShell will continue. Once it completes, you can close PowerShell and the configuration is complete.

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Welcome to the Agents and Brokers Resources webpage. This page is the primary outlet for agents and brokers to receive information from CMS about working in the Health Insurance Marketplace and the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) Marketplace.

To the extent permitted by states, licensed agents and brokers may assist consumers determine their eligibility for insurance affordability programs, including advance payments of the premium tax credit and cost-sharing reductions, and enroll them in qualified health plans (QHPs).

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Welcome to the Agents and Brokers Resources webpage. This page is the primary outlet for agents and brokers to receive information from CMS about working in the Health Insurance Marketplace and the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) Marketplace.

To the extent permitted by states, licensed agents and brokers may assist consumers determine their eligibility for insurance affordability programs, including advance payments of the premium tax credit and cost-sharing reductions, and enroll them in qualified health plans (QHPs).

We have had several questions lately about the WSHA/WSHV so we figured it was time to provide an update to what we previously posted last year.

The WSHA is the SHA delivered with Windows Vista and Windows XP SP3. The WSHV is the SHV delivered with Windows Server 2008. They provide the ability to make network access decisions based on the following criteria:

Firewall, antivirus, and antispyware detection is available for both Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications. The WSHA detects any application that reports its status through Windows Security Center.


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