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David Tailor asked a question on 11 Oct 2018 2:50 AM
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Hello,

any idea about how to download D365 Business Central VM?

Regards,

David

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There's no a VM to download. You can create an Azure VM with the following link:

http://aka.ms/bcdeveloperpreviewext

This opens a template for a VM creation on Azure.

If you don't want to use Azure, you can also install Docker locally and use a Docker container for D365BC:

https://hub.docker.com/r/microsoft/bcsandbox/

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David Tailor responded on 11 Oct 2018 5:19 AM
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Hi Stefano,

thank you for reply.

may you help me with detailed steps for every option?

Regards,

David

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Option 1: If you have an active Azure subscription, just click the link I've provided and a page appears. The page is an Azure VM template where you can set what Business Central image you want, credentials to use and so on. After that, a VM provisioning starts and you'll have a full working D365BC machines with all the development tools in place and ready to use.

Option 2: this is if you want to run locally. You can install Docker for Windows (on your machine or on your local server) and then in the link I've provided you can pull a docker container with the Business Central image you want.

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There's no a VM to download. You can create an Azure VM with the following link:

http://aka.ms/bcdeveloperpreviewext

This opens a template for a VM creation on Azure.

If you don't want to use Azure, you can also install Docker locally and use a Docker container for D365BC:

https://hub.docker.com/r/microsoft/bcsandbox/

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Option 1: If you have an active Azure subscription, just click the link I've provided and a page appears. The page is an Azure VM template where you can set what Business Central image you want, credentials to use and so on. After that, a VM provisioning starts and you'll have a full working D365BC machines with all the development tools in place and ready to use.

Option 2: this is if you want to run locally. You can install Docker for Windows (on your machine or on your local server) and then in the link I've provided you can pull a docker container with the Business Central image you want.

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