From the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central blogs: Production environment; Stop auto-login; Vendor card; Statistical accounts

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In this week’s Dynamics 365 Business Central blog roundup:

  • Dynamics 365 Business Central: point in time restore of a production environment
  • How to stop auto login to Business Central on-prem with Windows Auth
  • Vendor card in Business Central
  • Statistical accounts for Dynamics 365 Business Central available in free extension

Dynamics 365 Business Central: point in time restore of a production environment

On the Stefano Demiliani Technical Blog, Demiliani stated that recently Microsoft officially released one of the most requested feature for the Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS environment: point in time restore for environments.

He noted that if you access your tenant’s admin center and select an environment, you can see the restore option. He explained how this option lets you restore an existing environment from a time in the past, within the 30-day retention period.

You can only restore an environment within the same Business Central version (minor and major), with some rules and limitations, he noted, and administrators must understand the correct steps to restore a damaged main production environment.

How to stop auto login to Business Central on-prem with Windows Auth

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