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I blogged about uninstalling the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit and released I hadn’t explained how to install the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit
If you want to learn what the developer toolkit is and why it’s useful, read this page
You can find manually download the toolkit here
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The quickest way to install the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit is straight from Visual Studio.
Go to Tools –> Extensions and updates
search for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer toolkit
You will then be able to create Dynamics 365 projects and connect to Dynamics 365 projects.
I would recommend getting the latest version of the Dynamics 365 SDK and regularly update the Developer toolkit because it has a few bugs but they are fixing them regularly
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