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To simplify your training journey, we consolidated our learning resources and retired the e-learning on CustomerSource on April 5th, 2019.
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Some older courses that are still valid have been made available for download on https://aka.ms/migratecourselist.
Hi everyone, thanks so much for your comments, and my apologies for the delay in addressing your requests--we did a recent Active Directory integration, and I could no longer comment with my old account.
Unfortunately, we don't have the resources to maintain our entire courseware library, or the site that it was initially hosted on. The older courses we have made available for download are here: aka.ms/migratecourselist.
I have started watching videos before it got expired. Now when I visited the Microsoft Learning website, these courses Course 81059 and Course 81060AE are no longer there.
Just wondering if we can download these videos as the exam MBS 716 is still valid till June 30th 2019
Where are the eLearning courses for GP Dynamics? Looks like all of these are for Dynamics 365 which looks completely different than GP Dynamics 2016.
there is one course still valid for NAV and Business Central, please make it available also for download
80704AE: Job Costing in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015
This is the link on DLP
This is extremely disappointing to the AX 2012 customer base. Especially since it is still a supported version till 2021. You removed all of the courseware and there is no equivalent please dont even ask users to view the technical library its a joke. Typical microsoft you created great library of data but dont bother trying to help your customer base with the data you already have. Microsoft has 0 data for AX 2012. Great idea to remove this your change management team is really on point lol.
So we lose all access to the existing suite of training for D365 Business Central? There is one short introductory course on the new platform vs hours of detailed information that was previously held on Customer Source. I am actually in disbelief
Microsoft is going greedy. We need those training but they want to force everyone to 365.
Where is all the Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central material gone?
What about getting a DVD dump or some other delivery mechanism for this content. Taking this away from us just seems silly.
I told couple of users that there is an online training for beginners and then could not find it. I looked foolish. Excellent 1st April joke!
I accessed to the site but I can´t see my learning plan or my completed courses and certificates any more....What happens with this?
Hi @DaveCline, we've unfortunately had to retire those courses because we don't have the resources to maintain them. We recommend that you use the AX 2012 documentation: docs.microsoft.com/.../microsoft-dynamics-ax-2012-technical-library.
And what of all the existing DAX 2012 courseware? I work for a company that won't be migrating beyond 2012 R3 for some time - years maybe. I can't possibly get through the material by April 5th. Can't the existing site be left running? Who benefits from shutting that material down?
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