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Newly Added multiple Sandbox select feature


In October 2019, Microsoft release a feature of Multiple Production Environments refer my previous Blog
Well, I'm glad to announce that this feature is also available to Sandbox  Environment.


  • Access to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • Access to Business Central Admin Center

Today, as I was logged into my client's tenant in everything was normal until I clicked on Sandbox
Dyanmics 365 Home

Immediately noticing the pop for environment selection, although it says that you have multiple Production Environments select either of this.
Sandbox Select

I was curious as to When the hell did this happen? and that too with Sandbox Names on Production??
Did I make any mistake in configurations??
I checked the in the Admin Center to confirm and found out that these were Sandbox Environments and not Production.

 Phew!!! Well, this confims that the Text Captions were wrong but certainly the intensions were right!


Overall, this is an improvement for End Users and a possible freaking message for Admins.
I would say its still a next step towards somethings great in Business Central.

Well, hope this helps and stay safe everyone!! Cheers!


Microsoft has corrected this issue 😄. I'm glad they noticed!!

Prior Publish Date: 24th April, 2020
Follow-up Date: 30th April, 2020


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