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BC 21 and Higher - PowerShell Cmdlet (Replacement of Business Central Administration). - 365 Community

BC 21 and Higher – PowerShell Cmdlet (Replacement of Business Central Administration).

Hi Readers,

As discussed in last article about deprecating of Business Central Administration, there are few common actions that we use in administration till Business Central 20.

For our on-prem customers, we will still require doing activities. As Microsoft suggest we need to start using PowerShell cmdlet.   

Let's see how to do those via PowerShell, or Administration Shell.

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BC 21 and Higher – PowerShell Cmdlet (Replacement of Business Central Administration).

As discussed in last article about deprecating of Business Central Administration, there are few common actions that we use in administration till Business Central 20. For our on-prem customers, we will still require doing activities. As Microsoft suggest we need to start using PowerShell cmdlet.

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Author: Saurav Dhyani

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