When you start a project, the first step you should do is install Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Do this whether you go with the cloud-based platform or not. Building the first installation allows you to explore the environment without limitations, as the online demo version only has a basic package.
In this demonstration, we’ll show you how to install Business Central, Version 19, also known as Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2021 Wave 2. (We know, it’s a long name!)
Don’t worry, the process is quite easy…
In your preferred search engine, search for “download Microsoft Dynamics 365 business central 2021 wave 2.” You should see the following website:
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That sounds easy and, frankly, it is!
Once you complete the download, you will see the optional installation file.
Usually, I choose it as a developer and install all the components. As a developer, you need those environments to fully test the system.
Unfortunately, this means something went wrong. Before you panic, simply go to the administration panel to solve the problem…