This post is part of the In Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, how do I… series which I am posting as I familiarise myself with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
Creating a user in Dynamics BC is not difficult, but there are two distinct steps which need to be followed. For clarity, I will break these down into two separate posts following this one. The reason I am splitting them is, based on work I’ve done in the past with Microsoft Dynamics GP clients, it is likely that different teams will be involved with the two steps.
The first set of steps is to create the user on Microsoft 365 in the Admin Centre; this gives users access to Microsoft 365 and will likely include access to email, Office applications and so on.
The second step is to create the user within Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Center along with granting them the required level of access.
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