Provisioning for the Dynamics 365 for Talent modular apps

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Talent includes core human resources (HR) capabilities and functionality that provide additional experiences, such as Attract and Onboard. This functionality can also be purchased as standalone modular applications through web-direct. Examples include Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Talent: Attract and Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Talent: Onboard SKUs. Depending on whether you purchase full Talent or the modular applications, the experience differs somewhat.

Modular applications are automatically provisioned when you initiate a trial of the services or purchase them through web-direct. Customers can sign up for trials of Attract and Onboard separately.

Although Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) is used to provision Talent, it isn't used to provision the modular applications.

Customers don't select the exact location where the modular applications should be provisioned. Instead, the following factors determine where the modular applications are provisioned:

  • The location of the organization's existing Microsoft PowerApps environments
  • If no PowerApps environments exist, the location of the organization's existing tenant
  • The data centers that Talent currently supports

Modular applications will be provisioned only in supported countries or regions. The following illustration shows the logic that is used. The supported countries and regions are defined in the Microsoft Trust Center for Talent data transparency. For a list of supported countries and regions, see International availability of Microsoft Dynamics 365.

Provisioning process for modular applications, based on country/region

Unlike Talent, the modular applications don't maintain a list of the environments that each user can access. Users are automatically signed in to the last environment that they used. They can then select different environments by using the Settings button (the gear symbol).