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does some use the windows client in customer projects as default client app or is the windows client only used for developing/testing?
For many D365BC on-premise projects, I see every day that Windows Client is still used (altough I recommend using the new web client). Windows Client is actually available on-premise and so it can be used, but you don't have the new user experience (it's still the same as NAV 2018).
web client is the present and future but..
in the web client you can't use the "limit totals" feature in reports to date, this feature is available only in pages (since October release).
in my opinion it could be a limitation, I think that Microsoft will implement it soon.
..in the saas world you must also accept limitations.
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