Microsoft Dynamics CRM 365 System Administrator Training Exam MB2-715

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 365 System Administrator Training Dynamics Edge
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 365 System Administrator Training Dynamics Edge

  • Dynamics CRM 365 System Administrator Training
  • Dynamics 365 CRM System Administrator Training
  • Dynamics 365 for Sales  System Administrator Training
  • Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement System Administrator Training
  • Dynamics 365 System Administrator Training

One of the best courses is Dynamics Edge Course 816713 – Dynamics CRM System Administrator Training – Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Online Deployment (CRM) while preparing for Exam MB2-715 

More information about Course 816713
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Online Deployment (CRM) MB2-715

Course Description

This course, 816713, helps to prepare you for Microsoft Exam MB2-715: Microsoft Dynamics 365 customer engagement Online Deployment. This course 816713 by Dynamics Edge is the first part of from a series of 2 courses, this particular course is Course 816713 and the other Dynamics Edge course which we also offer in a separate distinct course, is Course 822716. Both of these Dynamics Edge courses indeed help you prepare for exams MB2-715 and MB2-716 together. This course 816713 only, is helping you to prepare for Exam MB2-715 only in this case. Use this link now to access COURSE 822715, which consists of courses 816713 and 822716 combined as one MCSA Dynamics 365 Training Bundle Course to prepare for both exams MB2-715 and MB2-716 at the same time, and also you can get the Dynamics 365 MCSA Badge when you pass both of these exams!

This Dynamics CRM System Administrator Course 816713 (corresponding Exam MB2-715 training prep course) is a two-day instructor-led workshop that provides students who maintain and administer Dynamics 365 / CRM or Customer Engagement plans, with the skills and knowledge to manage and deploy the Dynamics 365 (CRM) infrastructure platform. People who extend Dynamics 365 CRM and develop applications for Dynamics CRM might also find this course useful.

Corresponding exam: MB2-715 Microsoft Dynamics 365 customer engagement Online Deployment

Who is the best audience for this course?

The truth is, that the primary audience for this course 816713 are system administrators of Dynamics CRM, as well as individuals who administer and maintain Dynamics 365 (CRM). These individuals are the ones who actually perform maintenance and administration as part of their primary area of responsibility, or are deeply involved in environments where Dynamics CRM System Administration plays a key role in the organization.

The secondary audiences for this Dynamics CRM Training course are individuals who are Power Users of Dynamics 365 CRM software. As this class will help support & manage the base of users in the enterprise or organization.

After you finish this workshop, you should be able to understand and/or be able to do the following:

  • Integration with other Microsoft Online Business Solutions
  • Managing and Administering Microsoft Dynamics 365 Apps
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 integration with Microsoft Outlook
  • Manage and Administer Microsoft Dynamics 365 Instances
  • Administer Microsoft Dynamics 365 Subscriptions
  • Administer Microsoft Dynamics 365 Updates
  • Administer, Manage and Configure Mobile Devices
  • Be Prepared to Take Microsoft Dynamics 365 customer engagement Online Deployment Exam MB2-715

816713 Course Outline

Module 1: Getting Started with Microsoft Dynamics 365

Lessons

  • Dynamics 365 Online Customer Engagement (Dynamics 365 CRM) System Administration Overview
  • Understand Office 365 Tenant for Dynamics 365 CRM (Customer Engagement) and the System Administration deployment panel.

Module 2: How to Manage Microsoft Dynamics 365 Subscriptions

Lessons

  • Microsoft Online services administrative roles
  • Sign-up for a subscription, Administer and Manage users
  • User account synchronization in Dynamics cRM 365

Module 3: Manage Microsoft Dynamics 365 Instances

Lessons

  • Office 365 Underlying Tenant
  • Manage storage, and manage administrative email notifications
  • Overview of instances
  • Administer instances

Module 4: Managing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Upgrades

Lessons

  • Approve Updates to Dynamics 365
  • Dynamics 365 Update Policy

Module 5: Integration with other Microsoft Online Business

Lessons

  • Office 365 Groups
  • Skype for Business
  • Yammer
  • Delve
  • Microsoft Exchange
  • Microsoft Social Engagement
  • Microsoft OneNote
  • Microsoft SharePoint
  • Microsoft OneDrive

Module 6: Managing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Apps

Lessons

  • App Designer
  • Overview of PowerApps
  • Introduction to App Modules
  • Site Map Designer
  • Getting more apps from AppSource

Module 7: Microsoft Dynamics 365 integration with Microsoft Outlook

Lessons

  • Configure Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Outlook
  • Synchronized fields
  • Leverage Dynamics 365 App for Outlook
  • Overview of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Outlook

Module 8: Configure and Manage Mobile Devices

Lessons

  • Managing, deploying and administering apps for mobile devices
  • Configuring entities for mobile, and administering them.

Module 9: Review

Lessons

  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 customer engagement Online Deployment – Microsoft Exam MB2-715 Training
  • Managing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Apps
  • Manage Microsoft Dynamics 365 Subscriptions
  • Manage Microsoft Dynamics 365 Instances
  • Managing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Updates
  • Integration with other Microsoft Online Business Solutions
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 integration with Microsoft Outlook
  • Configure and Manage Mobile Devices

Prerequisites

This course requires that you meet the following prerequisites:

  • You should have basic computer entry skills, such as ability to use Microsoft Word or similar program.

Office 365 Banker Productivity and Collaboration Training and Licensing

Ever wonder what is the difference between Office 365 k1 vs e1 or other licensing questions like that? Dynamics Edge can help you with this question and more. We’ll give you an overview in this article, but this is just a general overview you really should call us at (800) 453-5961 to get a clearer idea. We are not responsible for accuracy of this article, use this article just for a generic overview – Microsoft changes licensing policies often – call us for more detailed info with your specific requirements.

Office 365 Banker Productivity and Collaboration Training Dynamics Edge
Office 365 Banker Productivity and Collaboration Training and Licensing call (800) 453-5961 for more info – Dynamics Edge

We also can help you with Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations, Sales and more. We have a full suite of Microsoft Banker Productivity and Collaboration training solutions, software solutions, licensing solutions, and more. Here’s an overview of what we offer with our Office 365 training licensing and consulting by Dynamics Edge. With Dynamics Edge you can learn how to improve task and schedule management. Modern Microsoft tools help you improve how you update, create, associate, and manage tasks as well as schedules. You can access on-boarding and training resources that permit you to implement best practices across your entire enterprise while boosting banker or employee morale and engagement flow. Secure access and identity management through managing employee access and digital identities. Make sure your bank staff always has the most accurate information needed to make decisions while ensuring the integrity and security of your data. Boost communication flow by cultivating innovative connections across your enterprises. Enable all your associates to share successes in sales, operations or elsewhere to provide global insights on your current performance.

Here’s some more introductory info on Office 365 K1 vs E1 licensing, but please contact us for a more in depth assessment and to help you and your enterprise more with this because Office 365 Licensing is complex.

Online Office
Edit or create Excel, OneNote, Word, or PowerPoint files online. K1 and E1 both have this.

Calendars and Email
Utilize enterprise grade email via familiar and rich Outlook experiences. You can access these UX experiences from your web browser (OWA) or desktop.
The login for OWA is usually https://outlook.office.com/owa/ or portal.office.com – or contact us for more help. Both the K1 and E1 plan has this available.

Online SharePoint
Online SharePoint sites access, which helps you to get news and updates.

Both the K1 and E1 plan have SharePoint online.

File Sharing and Storage is only available in the E1 plan, not the K1 plan, when comparing E1 and K1 side by side.
In this module you get OneDrive for Business included, which gives your enterprise users their own personal storage in the Microsoft cloud that can be accessed
from anywhere on the internet, or granular access only to specific people in the organization.
You can also share documents easily with others outside as well as inside your own enterprise or organization and also have very granular control related to who can edit or access each file, such as read only access, no access, and so on. When looking for Microsoft Office 365 k1 vs e1, know that only the E1 plan comes with Microsoft OneDrive for Business, consider this along with many factors when choosing the right Office 365 Volume Licensing plan for you.

When comparing Office 365 E1 vs K1, only the E1 plan, not the K1 plan, comes with Online Meetings, Video Calls, Instant Messaging (Skype for Business).
Your enterprise users can make connections with Skype for Business folks within the entire enterprise social network.
People can communicate via video, instant message, voice calls, and more such as online meetings and so on. Share your own presence (presence means are you Offline, Online, Busy, In a Meeting, Away? – > and so on) with other users. You get to instant message people, video and audio call a person, have audio or video conference with multiple people, and more with Office 365 Skype for Business.

Dynamics 365 AI for Sales App Training

Dynamics Edge’s Microsoft Dynamics 365 Training such as and including the Dynamics 365 CRM update for October 2018. This 2018 fall’s update includes over 100 updates to the core product line including Dynamics Marketing, Customer Service, Sales, Portals, Omni-channel Engagement Hub, Finance and Operations, Talent, Business Central, Retail and more.

There is also a new update Dynamics Edge plans to cover in the new release of Microsoft Dynamics 365 AI for Sales App Training, which is for training on the new app called Dynamics 365 AI for Sales App.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 AI for Sales App Training by Dynamics Edge
Microsoft Dynamics 365 AI for Sales App Training by Dynamics Edge

The new Dynamics 365 AI for Sales App is designed to help enterprise sales teams use new technologies like warnings related to deals possibly being at risk, as well as analysis of call sentiment using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and to take proactive actions at the management level or higher. This new Dynamics 365 AI for Sales App may be in public preview as early as October 2018 this fall!

Power BI Training Los Angeles California August 22, 2018 MOC 20778 Analyzing Data

The Los Angeles Power BI Training MOC Course 20778 -> Analyzing Data with Power BI 2017 starting on 08/22/2018 starting in the morning of August 22, 23, and 24 (3 days) in class in person in Los Angeles, California, may be available right now. Please do not book any travel or make any arrangements for this Power BI Training in Los Angeles by Dynamics Edge until you received final confirmation from us, after following all steps above and after receiving a final response from us over email or phone, this event is not guaranteed to run and is subject to a variety of criteria.  You may also call (800) 453-5961 for more information.

Los Angeles California Power BI Training Analyzing Data 20778 Aug 22 2018
Los Angeles California Power BI Training Analyzing Data 20778 Aug 22 2018

Please do not make travel reservations or commit to attend this Los Angeles Power BI training MOC 20778 (Analyzing Data) starting August 22, 2018 until you have received final confirmation from us that the course will be held. Also, please note that you must use the link above and complete all steps and submit all required information to get pricing, exact start and end times, address of the location in Los Angeles, and so on. Note that depending on a set of dynamic criteria, you may be provided this information at the very end of the process after submitting all information and in some cases, a few days after we receive the information so we can make sure we have processed all of your information. Make sure to wait for final confirmation from us over email or phone prior to committing to attending this event, and we are not responsible for any reservation or travel booking costs you incur, so please make sure you have received all details from us prior to committing to attend this event, especially if you have to travel to attend this event.

Add-MailboxFolderPermission Office 365 Calendar Permissions PowerShell Training to Add Edit Delete Permissions

This Add-MailboxFolderPermission Office 365 PowerShell Training commandlet (cmdlet) guide is now available in these training courses. For on-premises Exchange and in the cloud-based service, know that some settings as well as paremeters, may actually be distinct to a single environment in the system. You should now utilize the Add-MailboxFolderPermission commandlet in order to add the folder-level permissions for many users in mailboxes here.

Office 365 PowerShell ISE Training including how to add edit remove calendar permissions
Office 365 PowerShell ISE Training including how to add edit remove calendar permissions

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Add-MailboxFolderPermission
Description
To modify the permissions that are assigned to the user on a mailbox folder, use the Set-MailboxFolderPermission cmdlet. To remove all permissions that are assigned to a user on a mailbox folder, use the Remove-MailboxFolderPermission cmdlet.
You need to be assigned permissions before you can run this cmdlet. Although this topic lists all parameters for the cmdlet, you may not have access to some parameters if they’re not included in the permissions assigned to you. To find the permissions required to run any cmdlet or parameter in your organization, see Find the permissions required to run any Exchange cmdlet (https://technet.microsoft.com/library/mt432940.aspx).
Examples
————————– Example 1 ————————–
PowerShell

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Add-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity ayla@contoso.com:\Marketing -User ed@contoso.com -AccessRights Owner
This example grants the Owner role to Ed on the Marketing folder in Ayla’s mailbox.
————————– Example 2 ————————–
PowerShell

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Add-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity ayla@contoso.com:\Calendar -User julia@contoso.com -AccessRights Editor -SharingPermissionFlags Delegate
In Office 365, this example adds Julia as a calendar delegate to Ayla’s mailbox, but without access to private items.
————————– Example 3 ————————–
PowerShell

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Add-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity ayla@contoso.com:\Calendar -User laura@contoso.com -AccessRights Editor -SharingPermissionFlags Delegate,CanViewPrivateItems
In Office 365, this example adds Laura as a calendar delegate to Ayla’s mailbox with access to private items.
Required Parameters
-AccessRights
The AccessRights parameter specifies the permissions that you want to add for the user on the mailbox folder.
You can specify individual folder permissions or roles, which are combinations of permissions. You can specify multiple permissions and roles separated by commas.
The following individual permissions are available:
CreateItems: The user can create items within the specified folder.
CreateSubfolders: The user can create subfolders in the specified folder.
DeleteAllItems: The user can delete all items in the specified folder.
DeleteOwnedItems: The user can only delete items that they created from the specified folder.
EditAllItems: The user can edit all items in the specified folder.
EditOwnedItems: The user can only edit items that they created in the specified folder.
FolderContact: The user is the contact for the specified public folder.
FolderOwner: The user is the owner of the specified folder. The user can view the folder, move the folder and create subfolders. The user can’t read items, edit items, delete items or create items.
FolderVisible: The user can view the specified folder, but can’t read or edit items within the specified public folder.
ReadItems: The user can read items within the specified folder.
The roles that are available, along with the permissions that they assign, are described in the following list:
Author: CreateItems, DeleteOwnedItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems
Contributor: CreateItems, FolderVisible
Editor: CreateItems, DeleteAllItems, DeleteOwnedItems, EditAllItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems
None: FolderVisible
NonEditingAuthor: CreateItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems
Owner: CreateItems, CreateSubfolders, DeleteAllItems, DeleteOwnedItems, EditAllItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderContact, FolderOwner, FolderVisible, ReadItems
PublishingEditor: CreateItems, CreateSubfolders, DeleteAllItems, DeleteOwnedItems, EditAllItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems
PublishingAuthor: CreateItems, CreateSubfolders, DeleteOwnedItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems
Reviewer: FolderVisible, ReadItems
The following roles apply specifically to calendar folders:
AvailabilityOnly: View only availability data
LimitedDetails: View availability data with subject and location
Type: MailboxFolderAccessRight[]
Position: Named
Default value: None
Accept pipeline input: False
Accept wildcard characters: False
Applies to: Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Server 2016, Exchange Online
-Identity
The Identity parameter specifies the target mailbox and folder. The syntax is :\. For the value of , you can use any value that uniquely identifies the mailbox.
For example:
Name
Display name
Alias
Distinguished name (DN)
Canonical DN
\
Email address
GUID
LegacyExchangeDN
SamAccountName
Module:
exchange
Applies to:
Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Server 2016, Exchange Online
This cmdlet is available in on-premises Exchange and in the cloud-based service. Some parameters and settings may be exclusive to one environment or the other. Use the Add-MailboxFolderPermission cmdlet to add folder-level permissions for users in mailboxes. For information about the parameter sets in the Syntax section below, see Exchange cmdlet syntax (https://technet.microsoft.com/library/bb123552.aspx).
Syntax
PowerShell
tinguished name (DN)
Canonical DN
Email address
GUID
Type: MailboxFolderUserIdParameter
Position: Named
Default value: None
Accept pipeline input: False
Accept wildcard characters: False
Applies to: Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Server 2016, Exchange Online
Optional Parameters
-Confirm
The Confirm switch specifies whether to show or hide the confirmation prompt. How this switch affects the cmdlet depends on if the cmdlet requires confirmation before proceeding.
Destructive cmdlets (for example, Remove-* cmdlets) have a built-in pause that forces you to acknowledge the command before proceeding. For these cmdlets, you can skip the confirmation prompt by using this exact syntax: -Confirm:$false.
Most other cmdlets (for example, New-* and Set-* cmdlets) don’t have a built-in pause. For these cmdlets, specifying the Confirm switch without a value introduces a pause that forces you acknowledge the command before proceeding.
Type: SwitchParameter
Aliases: cf
Position: Named
Default value: None
Accept pipeline input: False
Accept wildcard characters: False
Applies to: Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Server 2016, Exchange Online
-DomainController
This parameter is available only in on-premises Exchange.
The DomainController parameter specifies the domain controller that’s used by this cmdlet to read data from or write data to Active Directory. You identify the domain controller by its fully qualified domain name (FQDN). For example, dc01.contoso.com.
Type: Fqdn
Position: Named
Default value: None
Accept pipeline input: False
Accept wildcard characters: False
Applies to: Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Server 2016
-SendNotificationToUser
This parameter is available only in the cloud-based service.
The SendNotificationToUser parameter specifies whether to send a sharing invitation to the user when you add calendar permissions for them. The message will be a normal calendar sharing invitation that can be accepted by the recipient. Valid values are:
$true: A sharing invitation is sent.
$false: No sharing invitation is sent. This is the default value.
This parameter only applies to calendar folders and can only be used with the following AccessRights parameter values:
AvailabilityOnly
LimitedDetails
Reviewer
Editor
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Add-MailboxFolderPermission
[-Identity]
-AccessRights
-User
[-Confirm]
[-DomainController ]
[-WhatIf]
[-SendNotificationToUser <$true | $false>]
[-SharingPermissionFlags ]
[]

User ID or user principal name (UPN)
Example values for the Identity parameter are john@contoso.com:\Calendar or John:\Marketing\Reports.
Type: MailboxFolderIdParameter
Position: 1
Default value: None
Accept pipeline input: True
Accept wildcard characters: False
Applies to: Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Server 2016, Exchange Online
-User
The User parameter specifies who’s granted permission to the mailbox folder. Valid values are mail-enabled security principals (mail-enabled accounts or groups that have security identifiers or SIDs that can have permissions assigned to them). For example:
User mailboxes
Mail users
Mail-enabled security groups
You can use any value that uniquely identifies the user or group.
For example:
Name
Display name
Alias
Dis
Type: $true | $false
Position: Named
Default value: None
Accept pipeline input: False
Accept wildcard characters: False
Applies to: Exchange Online
-SharingPermissionFlags
This parameter is available only in the cloud-based service.
The SharingPermissionFlags parameter assigns calendar delegate permissions. This parameter only applies to calendar folders and can only be used when the AccessRights parameter value is Editor. Valid values are:
None: Has no effect. This is the default value.
Delegate: The user is made a calendar delegate, which includes receiving meeting invites and responses. If there are no other delegates, this value will create the meeting message rule. If there are existing delegates, the user is added to the meeting message rule without changing how delegate messages are sent.
CanViewPrivateItems: The user can access private items on the calendar. You must use this value with the Delegate value.
You can specify multiple values separated by commas.
Type: None | Delegate | CanViewPrivateItems
Position: Named
Default value: None
Accept pipeline input: False
Accept wildcard characters: False
Applies to: Exchange Online
-WhatIf
The WhatIf switch simulates the actions of the command. You can use this switch to view the changes that would occur without actually applying those changes. You don’t need to specify a value with this switch.
Type: SwitchParameter
Aliases: wi
Position: Named
Default value: None
Accept pipeline input: False
Accept wildcard characters: False
Applies to: Exchange Server 2010, Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Server 2016, Exchange Online
Inputs
To see the input types that this cmdlet accepts, see Cmdlet Input and Output Types (https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=616387). If the Input Type field for a cmdlet is blank, the cmdlet doesn’t accept input data.
Outputs
To see the return types, which are also known as output types, that this cmdlet accepts, see Cmdlet Input and Output Types (https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=616387). If the Output Type field is blank, the cmdlet doesn’t return data.
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 365 Online Backup Training Dynamics Edge
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Administration Center Online Backup Training
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Dynamics CRM Developer Training Kit

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer Training Kit
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Focused on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Software (SDK) Kit, an attendee in this course should acquire the skills necessary to secure, validate, and build your Dynamics 365 CRM environment. Review and reinforce your skills with hands on Dynamics Edge labs that show attendees the Microsoft Dynamics 365 C# and Javascript development paradigms through examples and hands on practice. Want a solid foundation needed to extend Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM? This course is for you.

Dynamics CRM End User Training Course 816705 for Exam MB2-717

Quality Microsoft Dynamics CRM End User Training by Dynamics Edge includes our Course 816705, which also helps you prepare for Exam MB2-717. Dynamics 365 (CRM) end user training is very important for your Microsoft Dynamics Customer Relationship Management (CRM) enterprise because you have your sales staff bringing the day to day victories to your organization. Acquire the Microsoft Dynamics training you desire when you choose Dynamics Edge. More than just a basic CRM email run-through course, Dynamics Edge’s Dynamics CRM End User Course 816705 can help you from the front end of the sales cycle to the whole CRM sales pipeline flow. Dynamics CRM 365 end user training is so important because many strong enterprises often overlook the huge importance of having many skilled Microsoft Dynamics CRM users working together to bring power to the organization. It’s your end users that close those leads, open those opportunities, secure those deals and win those victories.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM End User Training Dynamics Edge
Microsoft Dynamics CRM End User Training Dynamics Edge

Dynamics CRM End User Training Course- Dynamics 365 Sales & Sales Apps Workshop (CRM) MB2-717
Course 816705
Dynamics 365 Sales & Sales Apps Workshop (CRM) MB2-717
Course Description
This one day workshop provides Sales People, Managers and Business Analysts the skills to manage a salesforce and increase sales using the Sales module and Sales App in Microsoft Dynamics 365 (CRM 2016).

Learn how to customize, deploy, use and manage the Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM applications and services. In this Dynamics CRM End User Workshop, we’ll work with Dynamics 365 CRM in order to establish a Lead Qualification, Account Creation, Contact Management, Sales Process, and more. Learn converting from Opportunity to Product, Quote, Order and Invoice. In this CRM End User Training class we will discuss the Dynamics 365 CRM Sales Automation tools including:

  • Relationship Assistant
  • Relationship Insights
  • Email Engagement
  • Sales App
  • Sales Hub

Also, in addition to all of this, in this Dynamics CRM Training we will look at LinkedIn Sales Navigator and InsideView for generation of leads.

We offer Dynamics 365 CRM Sales and Sales App Live Virtual training (VILT), instructor-led training (ILT), or custom Dynamics 365 end-user training – call us for a custom class if you are interested.

Corresponding exam: MB2-717: Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales

Who should Attend:
The Primary audience for this workshop is Sales People, Managers and Business Analysts and anyone involved in Lead Generation.

The best, effective and successful Dynamics CRM end user class on Microsoft Dynamics CRM is one key component to success in the enterprise.
After finishing this workshop, students will be able to understand and/or be able to:
Setup Dynamics 365 for Sales for your organization
Choose the feature and functions that will benefit your organization
Work with The Sales and Sales Hub apps
Microsoft Dynamics 365 End User Training for Your ERP and CRM Systems
Keep track of customers
Manage the sales process
Create a marketing campaign
Exam MB2-717 Training
Create and manage goals
Import and export data
Use Mobile Devices for Sales
Well-planned Microsoft Dynamics CRM 365 for Sales end user training
Get better sales performance, intelligence and results!
Course Outline
Module 1: Dynamics 365 CRM for Sales Management
Lessons

An overview of Dynamics 365 Microsoft’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software.
Upgrading from Salesforce or a prior version of Dynamics CRM
Dynamics CRM and the alignment of licenses to Dynamics 365
The Sales Apps that are available for Dynamics 365: Browser, Tablet, Phones, Sales App, Outlook Client
Navigation and using the feature of Dynamics 365for sales
Easy task to get started: Importing leads, contacts, tracking a phone call or email
Module 2: Planning how your organization will use Dynamics 365
Lessons

Adjust the features and function to match your organization’s specific needs.
Learn the choices available to you
Choose features to enable Dynamics 365 for your specific company’s needs.
Work with and re-design the sales process and related entities:
Leads
Accounts
Contacts
Opportunities
Products (Product Line Items)
Quotes
Orders
Invoices
Importing your contacts or leads to start
Module 3: Selling with Dynamics 365 Sales Apps and Sales Hub
Lessons

Working with the Sales modules of D365 (CRM)
Example of how companies are using D365 (CRM)
The default sales (three step) process
Example of four and five step lead qualification processes
Dynamics 365 for Sales standard sales process
Taking sales from leads to orders
How to create and edit a lead
Lead Qualification and converting leads
Why retain closed leads
How to and why Reopen a lead
Creating an opportunity
Close an opportunity and next step
Create or edit a quote
Create or edit an order
Create or edit an invoice
Module 4: Setting up Sales Management for your organization
Lessons

Matching your sales style to the Dynamics 365 platform
Features and functions to support a sales organization
Features you can use to track sales
Focusing your organization on sales activities
Module 5: Additional Sales Components
Lessons

Sales Connections and Associations
Sales Literature
Tracking Competitors
Module 6: Managing Sales Opportunities
Lessons

Qualified Leads
Creating Customer Quotes
Closing Opportunities
Module 7: Working with the Product Catalog
Lessons

Products
Price List
Unit of Sales
Discount Price List
Linking to a Products in an accounting system
Module 8: Sales Administration
Lessons

Mapping Sales Processes to Business Flows
Tracking your sales efforts with activities
Module 9 Dynamics 365 for Marketing
Lessons

Use Activities to track your efforts and customer
Planned Marketing Campaigns with budgets and activities
Create a marketing list
Add assets to a campaign
Create or edit a campaign
Add an activity to a campaign
Track a marketing campaign response
Use Sales Hub on mobile
Marketing Campaigns without budgets and tracking
Using Quick Campaigns for direct marketing
Creating a quick campaign
Module 10: Monitoring Sales progress with Sales Analysis
Creating and Using Charts
Creating Dashboards
Standard Templates by sales role
Module 11: Working with Sales Metrics and Goals
Establishing Sales Goals
Sales Metrics
Tracking Sales Progress
Module 12: Reporting and Power BI
Reports and printing
Run a report
Add or edit Power BI visualizations on your dashboard
Module 13: Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Salesforce Automation
Relationship Assistant
Sales App,
Email Engagement
Relationship Insights
Module 14: Workshop Review
Sales Apps that are available for Dynamics 365
Planning how your organization will use Dynamics 365
Selling with Dynamics 365 Sales Apps and Sales Hub
Setting up Sales Management for your organization
Additional Sales Components
Managing Sales Opportunities
Working with the Product Catalog
Sales Administration
Dynamics 365 for Marketing
Monitoring progress with Sales Analysis
Working with Sales Metrics and Goals
Reporting and Power BI
Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Salesforce Automation
Preparing for the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales Exam MB2-717
Prerequisites
This course requires that you meet the following prerequisites:

Basic computer entry skills, such as MS Word

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Exam 70-533 Training, Azure MCSA Training, Azure IaaS Training and more with Dynamics Edge Course 20533: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions
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  • Create and plan Microsoft Azure virtual machines (VM).
  • Manage and implement virtual networking (Network Security Groups, Virtual Networks, and so on) inside Azure and in order to connect to environments on-premise.
  • SQL Database planning and implementation in order to support your enterprise applications through Windows Azure.
  • Backup and monitor, as well as implement and manage storage solutions.
  • Monitor, manage, and configure Azure VM’s (virtual machines) in order to optimize reliability as well as availability.
  • Diagnose Microsoft Azure cloud services as well as monitor, configure and deploy them.
  • Publish content through CDNs (Content Delivery Networks) in Azure, and publish videos by using Azure Media Services.
  • Configure as well as deploy websites with Azure.
  • Get some hands on Azure Active Directory training by managing and creating Azure AD (Active Directory) directories, and also, configure integration with Azure Active Directory across applications.
  • Integrate any on-premises Windows Active Directory implementations with Azure Active Directory.
Official Microsoft Azure MCSA Cloud Platform Training Badge
Official Microsoft Azure MCSA Cloud Platform Training Badge

Exam 70-533 is also one of two exams you can pass in order to get your official Azure Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification and badge. Here is the full list of exams you can choose to earn your Official Microsoft Azure MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate) Cloud Platform MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) Certification Badge and the Azure training courses that Dynamics Edge offers to help you prepare for these exams. Remember, you must pass any two of these exams – here are the Dynamics Edge Azure MCSA Training prep courses and corresponding exam numbers these training courses help you prepare for, in order to earn your Azure Cloud Platform MCSA Certification Badge:

Microsoft Azure Exam Number Azure MCSA Training Course
70-532 20532: Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions
70-533 20533: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions
70-534 40442: MOC Workshop: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions
70-473 Request Exam 70-473 Prep Course # 40441 Or Best Available Course For This Exam
70-475 Request Exam 70-475 Prep Course

Exam 70-537 Azure Stack Training

At Dynamics Edge we offer Exam 70-537 Azure Stack Training through our Dynamics Edge MOC Course 20537: Configuring and Operating a Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure Stack

Exam 70-537 Azure Stack Training Dynamics Edge
Exam 70-537 Azure Stack Training Dynamics Edge

In this Azure Stack Training Microsoft Official Course 20537 you understand how to engage in the deployment and integration of an Azure Stack Environment. You also get introduced to Azure PaaS Training and Azure IaaS Training through this course. For instance, you can administer as well as configure the App Service resource provider in your environment. Moreover you get knowledge on systems, source control, subscription quotas in Azure, worker tiers including scaling, infrastructure roles in App Service, database resource providers, MySQL adapter, SKU’s and more. You can learn the preparation of Windows and Linux VM images. Learn to implement, prepare, and upload images. You also know about providing services to and enabling DevOps (Developer Operations Automation) for the Azure Stack Tenants in the cloud platform. Also, you gain the skills to monitor and maintain an Azure Stack Environment through ASDK, Provider Usage API, Tenant Usage API and more.