MB2-715 Certification: (Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Online Deployment) – Revision Guide

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I have been completing a series of posts to help people prepare for the MB2-715 certification (Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Online Deployment). Here is a collection of links to all of those posts. I hope these might serve as a useful revision aid for the MB2-715 exam.

The MB2-715 certification is not easy! But deployment is an important topic and one you will really enjoy learning about.

In my opinion the MB2-715 differs slightly in its style to some of the other certifications such as MB2-716 (customization). As its scope contains some topics that are possibly more theoretical, such as how plan for updates or understanding the licensing options. But even so, I still encourage everyone to try as many of the features discussed hands on. Do not rely on theory alone!

Introduction

Create a Customer Organizational Structure

Support the Microsoft Dynamics 365 client environment

  • Validate minimum browser requirements…

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