Since the on-premise deployment option for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations became a reality, Microsoft has steadily been updating and fine-tuning it. While the cloud has dominated much of the conversation in ERP lately, we have discussed in recent posts how the on-premise deployment option may still make sense for some.
Improvements and changes have been made in the following functional areas for Dynamics 365 On-Premise:
- Setup and deployment – Deployment times have been improved while more automation and prerequisite validations have resulted in greater reliability
- Servicing – Lifecycle Services (LCS) can now be used to update your already deployed on-premise environment, with the ability to roll back unsuccessful code changes
- Hotfixes – A new hotfix gives administrators the capacity to disable internet-dependent experiences on client machines
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