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Business Central Server Administration tool - Removed.

Hi Reader,

With announced of Business Central 2022 Release Wave 2, there are few changes for that impact on-prem customers.

During installation of Business Central 2022 Release Wave 2, you will notice that it will not be part of installation component.

#Retire #msdyn365bc #2022RW2

This does not happen in a vacuum; it happened keeping in mind about Deprecating Policy from Microsoft.

Microsoft announced this a year ago regarding deprecating with Business Central.

Here is What Microsoft Says - 

The Business Central Server Administration tool for configuring the Business Central Server in on-premises installations will be removed in the 2022 release wave 2 (version 21.0). Please use the Windows PowerShell cmdlets that we make available in the Business Central Administration Shell instead.

Going forward use Business Central Administration Shell. 

Read Here from Microsoft  

For information about cmdlets in each module, including the syntax, options, and examples, see the following sections.

  • Administration Cmdlets for Business Central - Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Management
  • Administration Cmdlets for Business Central Extensions - Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Apps.Management
  • Administration Cmdlets for Business Central Web Server Instances - NAVWebClientManagement
  • Development Cmdlets for Business Central - Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Apps.Tools

Time to Say goodbye to Panel below - 

Hope you learned PowerShell with this update.

Saurav Dhyani 


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