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Developer account

Posted on by Microsoft Employee

Hi,

Salesforce has a developer sandbox environment where anyone could learn to use Salesforce in full feature.

Is there similar environment in D365 for developer/admin to learn more about the products?

Having full time jobs & family, 30 days free trial is not enough time.

Thank you.

  • CRMJetty Profile Picture
    CRMJetty 3,508 on at
    RE: Developer account

    Hi There,

    Greetings of the day!

    In regards to your concerns, Currently There is no free environment for developer as Salesforce. After 30 days you need to purchase license or another solution is,you need to use 30 days trail for development when trail is going to expire you will export unmanaged solution of your work & import it in new trail account & continue your development.

    Note: In that case data/records you created is not export with solution.

    I hope it helps! Let me know in case of any other concern.

    Kind Regards,

    CRMjetty

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  • Sumaira Noor Profile Picture
    Sumaira Noor 1,075 on at
    RE: Developer account

    Hello LemonPie,

    You can learn MB-200 from the below link

    neilparkhurst.com/.../

    Also you can refer Microsoft docs

    docs.microsoft.com/.../

    Best Regards,

    Sumaira Noor

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    ba365guy 2,944 on at
    RE: Developer account

    You can raise service ticket from office 365 to extend trial. Microsoft will extend for 30 more days.

    Alternatively, you can extend by yourself by entering credit card details. You won't be charged. It will extend trial for 30 more days.

    In total, you can use trial Instance for total 60 days.

  • Paul_Owen Profile Picture
    Paul_Owen 2,027 on at
    RE: Developer account

    You can extend the trial to 60 days within the Office 365 Portal, you just need to enter a credit card number. You won't get charged.

    Regards

    Paul

  • Community Member Profile Picture
    Community Member Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Developer account

    Thank you for your reply. Do you have more info or link about it?

    I'd like to learn/practice the D365 Core (MB-200).

  • MATTGUO Profile Picture
    MATTGUO 22,296 on at
    RE: Developer account

    Hello,

    Which specific product do you want to learn?

    I remember that you can continue to register a new trial version if 30 days expire.

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