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Learn how to Create a new Dynamics 365 for Operations Training Environment through Lifecycle Services

Posted by JT Cutter on

As we have started to upgrade all of the Bare Cones Configuration Guide series to Dynamics 365 for Operations, we forgot that you all might want to know how to deploy out a new training environment through Lifecycle Service so that you can start this new journey of learning as well.

So as a result we sat down and created that guide just for you all. If you want to check it out here are all of the details.

BBCG.01.01.D365.1.D: Configuring a new Dynamics 365 for Operations Training Environment
Module 1: Creating a new Environment through Lifecycle Services

Creating a new demonstration or training environment for Dynamics 365 for Operations depends on you having an Office 365 tenant for authentication, and also for managing users etc.

Once you have your new Office 365 tenant you can then access Lifecycle Services, create a Dynamics 365 project and then deploy out a new Dynamics 365 for Operations environment that is linked to your Azure account.

In this walkthrough we will show you how to do this so that you can start your demonstration and training environments out the right way.

Topics Covered

  • Creating a new Lifecycle Services project
  • Link your Azure Subscription
  • Deploying a Dynamics 365 Environment
  • Logging into Dynamics 365 for Operations

If you are interesting in checking this guide out then here is the link to the digital version of the guide:

If you are a premium subscriber then remember, you can download this guide for free.

Additionally, we have made this guide available as a PowerPoint which the industrious ones of this group can use as the basis for your own training and education programs. The PowerPoint version contains the same content as the guide except you can edit any of the content and also update any of the formatting to private brand it to your own organization.

To check out the PowerPoint version of the training guide, then click on this link:

If you want to see all of the guides that show you how to set up a training environment for Dynamics 365 for Operations, and also Dynamics AX 2012 then just click here and you will be taken to the resource page with all of the different content including sample data to help you with the project:

If you are really up for a challenge then you may want to take on the Bare Bones Configuration Challenge. You can start with this guide and as we start releasing out the other 15 guides in the series then you can work through them as well. These guides will teach you how to configure a bare bones installation of Microsoft Dynamics 365 from scratch. If you complete all sixteen modules then you will become a Bare Bones Configuration Privateer and we will send you a badge to prove it.

If you want all of the content on the site and all of the new content that we are delivering then you may want to think about signing up for a Premium Membership. Once you have that you can plunder the entire site and download any of the books at any time. Here is the link:

Watch out for use to release more modules as we get them finished over the next weeks.

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