Web application requirements
Web application hardware requirements
The following table lists the minimum and recommended hardware requirements for the web application.
|Processor||1.9 gigahertz (GHz) x86- or x64-bit dual core processor with SSE2 instruction set||3.3 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 64-bit dual core processor with SSE2 instruction set|
|Memory||2-GB RAM||4-GB RAM or more|
|Display||Super VGA with a resolution of 1024 x 768||Super VGA with a resolution of 1024 x 768|
Running model-driven apps on a computer that has less than the recommended requirements may result in inadequate performance. Additionally, satisfactory performance may be experienced running systems that use a different hardware configuration than those published here—for example, a system with a modern quad-core processor, lower clock speed, and more RAM.
Model-driven apps are designed to work best over networks that have the following elements:
Bandwidth greater than 50 KBps (400 kbps)
Latency under 150 ms
Notice that these values are recommendations and don’t guarantee satisfactory performance. The recommended values are based on systems using out-of-the box forms that aren’t customized. If you significantly customize the out-of-box forms, we recommend that you test the form response to understand bandwidth needs. More information: Verify network capacity and throughput for clients
Supported versions of Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge
The following table describes the Windows and Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge versions supported for use with the web application.
|Windows version||Internet Explorer 10||Internet Explorer 112||Microsoft Edge|
|Windows 10||Not supported1||Supported||Supported|
|Windows 8.1||Not supported1||Supported||Not supported|
|Windows 8||Not supported||Not supported1||Not supported|
|Windows 7||Not supported||Supported||Not supported|
1 This version of Windows doesn’t support the version of Internet Explorer. More information: Internet Explorer 11 – FAQ for IT Pros
2 Check requirements for individual apps, such as Customer Service Hub application requirements.
Although you may be able to use Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 9, or an Internet Explorer and Windows combination that is not supported in the previous table, those web browsers are not recommended and are not supported with this version of model-driven apps in Dynamics 365.
Using plug-ins or other third-party extensions in your browser can increase load times on pages with lists of data.
Supported non-Internet Explorer web browsers
The web application can run in any of the following web browsers running on the specified operating systems:
Mozilla Firefox (latest publicly-released version) running on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, or Windows 7
- Google Chrome (latest publicly-released version) running on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Google Nexus tablet
- Google Chrome (latest publicly-released version) running on the two latest publicly-release Mac OS versions
Apple Safari (latest publicly-released version) running on the two latest publicly-release Mac OS versions, or Apple iPad
To find the latest release for these web browsers, visit the software manufacturer’s website.
- Using plug-ins or other third-party extensions in your browser can increase load times on pages with lists of data.
- Mozilla Firefox ESR (Extended Support Release) versions aren’t supported.
Supported versions of Office
To use model-driven apps in Dynamics 365 with Microsoft Office integration features, such as Export to Excel and Mail Merge, you must have one of the following Microsoft Office versions on the computer that is running the web application:
For full Microsoft 365 feature integration with Dynamics 365 and Customer Engagement (on-premises), you'll need Microsoft 365 Enterprise E3 or later. Skype for Business PSTN calling and conferencing requires Microsoft 365 Enterprise E5. Other Microsoft 365 plans are not supported. For more information on licensing and pricing, see:
The Reporting ServicesMicrosoft ActiveX control is required to print reports. If you try to print a report and the control isn’t installed, you’ll be prompted to install it. The installer package is named RSClientPrint.cab and can found on the SQL Server Reporting Services server at <drive>:\Program files\Microsoft SQL Server\<MSSQL>\Reporting Services\ReportServer\bin.
Transport Layer Security (TLS) requirement
Web browsers and other client applications that use Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions earlier than TLS 1.2 won't be able to connect to their Dynamics 365 (online) environments and the admin center.
For more information, see these blog posts: