Business Central 2020 WAVE 1 What’s New – FAST TRACKS I want to show you some features of the new version of Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Wave1, the detail of all the features released can be found in my previous post. Of course, you can also find everything on the Microsoft website and in … Read more Business Central 2020 WAVE 1 What’s New – FAST TRACKS
Business Central 2020 Wave 1 Cloud (SaaS) is live! Hi, Today is: 1° April 2020… and “Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Wave 1 Cloud (SaaS)” is live! Everything has been updated and available from today: Admin Center and the possibility of creating new environments in BC 2020Wave1 v.16 release. To update the production environments and … Read more Business Central 2020 Wave 1 Cloud is live!
Creating new instances of Business Central web servers using PowerShell Although you can use the Business Central Setup to install the Business Central Web Server components and create a single web server instance in IIS for client connection, there may be scenarios when you want to set up multiple instances. For example, you could set … Read more Creating new instances of Business Central web servers using PowerShell
Starting on April 1st, Business Voice will be available in the U.S., giving small and medium businesses there a complete telephony solution built for Microsoft Teams. At that time, it will also be available in over 70 countries for businesses who use a calling plan provided by a third-party. Business Voice adds cloud-based telephony to … Read more Microsoft 365 Business Voice available in the U.S. on April 1st
Business Central two-factor authentication (2FA) Microsoft has been requesting that two-factor authentication be enabled for a few days in order to access Dynamics 365 Business Central. Obviously it is requested for security reason, if the user does not activate this mode in time, he will no longer be able to access Business Central. There are … Read more Business Central two-factor authentication (2FA)
Hi Guys, yes, I live in a “Red Zone”…it is certainly not a good situation, it takes a lot of patience, with rigorous respect for the rules, we will slowly come out of this unpleasant calamity. Since agile remote working (smart working) is now routine, I point out some Microsoft links to be able to … Read more Microsoft’s solution for COVID-19 is a free Teams subscription for six months
“How-to” use the restored Business Central SaaS database on On-premise environment – Part II Some have written to me about the possibility of using the Business Central SaaS database restored on SQL Server in a Business Central On-premise environment. In my old post I actually illustrated how to back up the SaaS db so you … Read more “How-to” use the restored Business Central SaaS database on On-premise environment – Part II
Business Central 2020 Wave1 Preview is available Hi guys! Microsoft released SaaS and On-premise versions of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Wave1 Preview. How to try the new previews now? (Version 16.x) Directly on the Cloud through a new Sandbox for the new version 16.0 By downloading the package for the On.premise version from … Read more Business Central 2020 Wave1 Preview is available
Business Central – How to make it go FAST! Microsoft in late January and early February published a series of pages on Microsoft Docs dedicated to performance with Business Central (On-premise, Cloud). They are all very interesting, in particular, I want to report this page because it is very interesting for functional consultants (as in … Read more Business Central – How to make it go FAST!
Error “cannot be used” for “Extension” development During compilation, this error message may appear “cannot be used” for “Extension” development” if you attempt to compile using incorrect Business Central v15 server settings. The problem occurs when [Scope (‘OnPrem’)] is inserted in the code and the server is not enabled to manage it. [Scope(‘OnPrem’)] To resolve, … Read more Error “cannot be used” for “Extension” development