Update 16.1 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 online release wave 1
Would you like to know what has changed in update 16.1?
Below you'll find an overview and relevant links to what has been done on hotfixes and regulatory features in this update. In addition, we have gathered some good to know information and links, you might find interesting.
If you want to get a comprehensive overview of what's new and planned for Business Central online for the entire wave 1 (release from April 2020 through September 2020), find the link to the release plan here.
Upgrade to 16.1
Please note that new customers will automatically get the latest builds of Business Central (16.1). If you are an existing partner/customer, you will receive an email notification as soon as your environment has been upgraded.
Good to know
Minimum requirements for Business Central Administration Center
We have updated system requirements with the list of browsers supported by the Administration Center. When signing in from an unsupported browser that delivers a significantly degraded experience, administrators will immediately see a message that prevents them from continuing to the Administration Center. For example, it is not possible to access the Business Central Administration Center from Internet Explorer.
See minimum requirements
Learn more about the Business Central Administration Center
Sandbox environment picker
When you navigate from the Business Central Sandbox tile in the Dynamics 365 Home portal or in the App Launcher, a dialog will be displayed for you to choose exactly which sandbox environment from your organization you would like to navigate to.
Read more about sandbox environments
Message to Global Admins about the capabilities
On login, Global Admins will get a message about the capabilities in Business Central according to their license or suggesting one if they don't have any assigned.
Coming up: Virtual partner readiness event - register now!
We're excited to share the latest innovations for Business Central. Join us at the upcoming Business Central All Access Virtual Event June 3rd with more than 15 deep dive sessions on what's new in 2020 release wave 1 (April release), also available on-demand.
Registration open now at aka.ms/virtual/businesscentral/2020RW1
Pssst…did we mention it's for free…
Get an overview of what you need to know about how a major Business Central update rolls out. It includes key dates, actions you need to take, and answers some common questions.
See Major Updates of Business Central Online
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