D365 Business Central 2022 Release Wave 1 (BC20) is almost here. One of the new features in BC20 is the License Configuration.
When you get new users in Business Central, BC will automatically assign you the User Group automatically. Prior to BC20, If you want to change the default user group, the only way to do this is by manipulating User Group Plan.
With License Configuration,…
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With BC License Configuration, the administrator can specify which permission sets or user groups are relevant for different product licenses and plans. Then, when someone signs up, they are automatically granted the permissions that the administrator specified for their license or plan.
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