To begin with, let us first create a Dynamics 365 Trial.
After our CRM trial is setup up successfully, we will install the OOB Sample Data which we would be using for creating the Power BI report.
Next, we need to create a free trial for the above user to use Power BI Service.
Go to Power BI site, and click on Start Free to get started.
Use the same user account (trial) that was used to set up the Dynamics 365 trial.
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