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Wishing all my Blog Readers - Happy New Year 2020.

Hi Readers,

Whether your resolves lasted or not it's time to solve all again Happy New Year! Wishing You a Brand New Year, Bursting With Joy, Roaring With Laughter And Full Of Fun. Wishing you a year of happiness and good health as this year comes to a conclusion.

Me with My Family wishes a very HAPPY NEW YEAR to all my community members.

My Family loves the community so much and they love to know that I am a part of such a great and helpful community.  With this great community, they fell that the Future is Secure professionally, as people will be around to help me if required. Thank you all.

It's time to say sorry about all the mistakes that I did in 2019. I am really sorry if I was unable to reply to your emails or to your comment. I hope you will understand that it's because of my busy schedule with my work and my family.

Our Daughter now turned 01 and most of the time was used with my baby which I love most. All parents around the world will understand and agree with the statement.

Here are few highlights of 2019 - 

Top 10 Articles (2019) - 

1. Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 - How to Configure Phone Client. [4.67K Reads]

2. NAV 2013 Credential Type - How to Use? [4.35K Reads]

3. Send Mail with Attachment From Navision [3.28K Reads]

4. How to Setup Business Central 2019 release wave 2 Preview? [1.76K Reads]

5. DynamicsNAV and Business Central - When My Version will be out of Support? [1.65K Reads]

6. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2019 Wave2 Released. [1.62K Reads]

7. MSDYN365BC - Download Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on-premises. [1.35K Reads]

8. MSDYN365BC Wave 2 - How to Connect to VS Code. [1.17K Reads]

9. MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 - Upgrading an unmodified C/AL Database. [1.17K Reads]

10. MSDYN365BC Wave 2 - On-Premise Installation. [1.16K Reads]

My Social Media Interactions with the community is also increased during last year.

I am in touch with 1145 Facebook, 4212 LinkedIn & 845 Twitter Community Members.

I was also re-awarded as MVP in 2019.

I presented in the NAVUG/BCUG Summit in 2019. To my surprise, all three sessions were greatly accepted. I even represented one of those sessions in a NAVUG Webinar.

In this coming year, I will try my best to add as much value to the community. I will try my best to reply to all queries and questions.

Best of luck everyone for the new year. Keep learning and challenging this year too. I am excited about what comes new with 2020 Wave 1 and 2020 Wave 2.

Stay Connected - 

Saurav Dhyani


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