20 Aug’19

D365 GeneralEarly Opt-in for October 2019 Wave 2 Updates

August 2, 2019 was when the Wave 2 Updates were to be out. And here we are! By now, you should have gotten the option to update the wave 2 updates on your environment(s).

Let take a quick look at how you can enable this for your environment.

Here are the details Microsoft notes on the Early opt in to 2019 release wave 2

Enabling Wave 2 2019 Updates

Visit https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/ (PowerPlatform Admin Center) and go to Environments.

Select the environment
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Check that the updates are available for Activating. Initially the 2019 release wave 2 updates will appear Off. Click Manage.
Please note that you should try this on the Sandbox first before opting to apply on Production directly.
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Click on Update now

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Click Confirm.
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And the Updating will start in a few moments.

Progress

You’ll see that the Apps are being updated as shown below for a few hours
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As and when each of the apps complete, it’ll show progress as below
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Once complete, this will be the status
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2019 Wave 2 Updates Applied

Once completed, you can log into Dynamics and check the About section to find out that the updates have been applied
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Here’s what everything’s included in the 2019 wave 2 updates: 2019 release wave 2 features available for early access

Happy 365ing! Hope this helps.

Written by

Priyesh Wagh

Sr. Software Developer

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