From the Microsoft Dynamics 365/AX Blogs: Importing users; Upload CSVs; License counts; Enable WMS, TMS

In this week's Microsoft Dynamics AX/365 blogs:

  • Importing Users in D365 Operations Using Excel
  • D365FO Use of FileUpload Control to Read CSV File
  • Data collection for the Named User License Counts Report in Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Cumulative Update 9 and Later
  • How to: Enable Warehouse and Transportation Management

Importing Users in D365 Operations Using Excel

On his Yet Another Dynamics AX Blog, Tommy Skaue explained how you can easily connect to your Dynamics 365 Operations instance using Excel.

However, he pointed out that while it's probably easier and faster to import users from Azure Active Directory, he wanted to show that it's also possible to import users using Excel with the Dynamics Office add-in.


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