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Announcement: Business Central(v17) - Wave 2 2020 Release is out

 Announcement: Business Central v17 - Wave 2 2020 Release is out

In order to sign-up for Business Central v17 -  Wave 2 2020

For Online Tenants refer the steps below:

1. For existing subscription:
If you are an existing client, you can simply goto Business Central Admin Center > Create a Sandbox as per the screenshot below. 

Business Central - Wave 2 2020 - Release - Creation of Sandbox

After you have created a Sandbox, you can play around and check how the new features work.

Business Central - Wave 2 2020 Release

In order to upgrade your Production to v17, go, and simply schedule your upgrade data and select the update window.

2. For existing new customers:
Whenever you sign-up for a Business Central Environment through https://trials.dynamics.com, you will by default receive the latest Wave 2 2020 Release signed up.

https://trials.dynamics.com - Signup

After the clicking 'Get Started' this you will receive the following screen
Environment setup

Although I didn't receive any issues with the US-based Office 365 account, I received the following error for India based Office 365 account.

I even checked the Admin Center and found that the environment was created.
Business Central Admin Center - Environment created after Signup


But I got this error. Looks like we will have to wait.



For On-Premise Tenants:

If you're an On-Premise Customer, you should be able to download the DVD once available from Microsoft at the below link.

https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/global/support/support-news/bconpremdownload_2020_wave2


Conclusion:

Finally, many Indian companies are going to be happy about this release coming up.

I hope this blog helps. Cheers 🍻




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