When I log into my Apple ID on Apple's site here, https://selfsolve.apple.com/GetAgreements.do, I am able to view a complete list of all of my AppleCare registrations. This is very convenient for organizational purposes.
We recently purchased about 20 or so MacBook Airs of a custom configuration from Apple, and they all came "pre-registered." Using Apple's MacBook lookup by serial number here, https://selfsolve.apple.com/agreementWarrantyDynamic.do, I am indeed able to see that the item itself is covered by AppleCare, but there appears to be no name or Apple ID associated with it.
I want these pre-registered AppleCare registrations to appear under my Apple ID for all of my other registrations that didn't come pre-registered (which I needed to register by typing in the AppleCare registration number myself), so that both manually and automatically registered machines appear is one single unified list.
At the end of the day, everything that we need covered is covered. I can see that these pre-registered machines are covered. But how can I retroactively associate the AppleCare registration with an Apple ID of my choosing, or rather, how can I find out to whom the AppleCare is registered?
Yes, I understand that AppleCare is by serial number of the item and that we are covered. But for our own record keeping purposes, it is 10000x easier to simply log in here https://selfsolve.apple.com/GetAgreements.do and see a nice, comprehensive list of all AppleCare agreements. As it is now, we have a rift --- only ones we entered manually appear here. The automatically "pre-registered" ones we have to track elsewhere (right now it's just going into our internal wiki). But this rift, having two instances of the exact same type of information, is very inconvenient.