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Dynamics CRM End User - Create a user account (Training)
When you start to create a new Dynamics CRM 365 End User account in the Office 365 Admin Center, a temporary password as well a new user id for the new end user are generated in the system. At this point, your options include one of the following: to simply permit the service to actually send an email message to the Dynamics CRM End user as clear text with the password, or not to do that. Although the password may be set to be temporary, it is possible that you may consider sending the password information to the Dynamics 365 end user via a more secure communications channel that a clear text e-mail, such as, for instance, from an email service that can digitally encrypt the e-mail contents for more security.
In order to obtain more step-by-step instructions for creating a Microsoft Online Services user account, see Create or edit users in Office 365, or contact Dynamics Edge for streamlined Dynamics CRM End User Workshops, Courses and Training Classes.
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So when you create a user and assign a license in the Office 365 Admin Center, the Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM end user is also created in Dynamics 365 (online training). The synchronization process between the Office 365 Admin Center and Dynamics 365 (online) can take a few minutes to complete.
By entering a user ID and password, a user can access the Office 365 Admin Center to view information about the service. However, the Dynamics 365 CRM End User will not have access to Dynamics 365 (training online) until you assign at least one Dynamics 365 (online) security role to this user.
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So in order to force an immediate synchronization between the Office 365 Admin Center and Dynamics 365 (online), do the following using this Dynamics CRM Online Training Mini Guide:
Sign out of Dynamics 365 (online 365 CRM) and then sign in to the Office 365 Admin Center.
Close all open browsers used for Dynamics 365 (online) and the Office 365 Admin Center.
Sign back in to Dynamics 365 (online) and the Office 365 Admin Center.
Some user profile information is actually managed and maintained within the Office 365 Administrator Center, also known as the Admin Center. So after you updated or created a user, you should know that these user profile fields are automatically synchronized and updated in your Microsoft Dynamics 365 (online) instances for more convenience.
Here, the table below demonstrates the fields that are ultimately managed in the Users section of the Office 365 Admin Center.
User profile information
Dynamics 365 user form Office 365 / Azure Active Directory user
User Name Username
Full Name First name + Last name
Title Job title
Address State or province
Address Country or region
Primary Email* Email
Main Phone Office phone
Mobile Phone Mobile phone
Fax Fax number
Address Street address
*To prevent data loss, the Primary Email field does not automatically update and synchronize with Dynamics 365 (online).
The following are Office 365 user contact fields.
Office 365 user contact info
Add a license to a user account
You can license the user when you create the user account, or you can license the user later. You must assign a license to every user account that you want to access the online service.
For step-by-step instructions, see Assign, reassign, or remove licenses.
Licensed users must be assigned at least one Dynamics 365 security role to access Dynamics 365 (online).
About user licenses
Dynamics 365 (online) uses user licenses to provide access to your organization. You need one user license per person with an active user record who logs into your organization.
When you add a new person, the New user account form displays the number of user licenses available. If you reach your limit, the On button is no longer available. You can add additional licenses by choosing Billing > Purchase Services from the left-side menu in the Office 365 Admin Center.
An unaccepted invitation requires a user license until the invitation expires two weeks after it was issued.
If you have more user licenses than you are using, contact support to reduce the number of licenses. You cannot reduce the number of licenses to less than you are currently using or less than your offer allows. Any changes are reflected in your next billing cycle.
Each user license requires a unique Microsoft account, and every user who logs on to Dynamics 365 needs a license. Most Dynamics 365 subscriptions include a specific number of user licenses.