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An update to our UI 

In the next release of Lifecycle Services (LCS), we’re excited to unveil a major update to the look and feel of the user interface (UI) in LCS. This change is in alignment with our goal to create similar experiences for the different Dynamics 365 products....

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LCS March 2019 (release 1) release notes 

The Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the release notes for LCS (March 2019, release 1). Maintenance mode for sandbox and production environments With this release of LCS, we are happy to announce the general availability of a self-service action to turn maintenance mode ON/OFF directly from...

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Known issue: LCS Support flow questions not displaying 

Recent system updates to the LCS Support flow framework have prevented some questions from displaying for the Incident details steps when a support case is created. The missing questions are Problem type, Problem area, and related sub-questions. However, this does not prevent users from submitting a support case. We are actively working to resolve this issue...

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Partner support plans in Lifecycle Services 

With our latest releases, partners with an Advanced Support for Partner (ASfP) support plan are now required to link the unique ASfP Contract ID/Access ID combination in LCS. For online incidents the default PartnerSource Business Center Account no longer applies. If you do not know your unique Contract ID/Access ID combination, reach out to your...

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LCS February 2019 (release 1 ) release notes 

The Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the release notes for LCS (February 2019, release 1). Maintenance mode for environments deployed using self-service deployment With this release of LCS, we’re adding the ability for customers to put their environment in maintenance mode for the environments that are...

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LCS January 2019 (release 2) release notes 

The Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS) team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the release notes for LCS (January 2019, release 2). Environment monitoring changes Currently, because telemetry data is required to generate the Activity monitoring page, that data is queried when the page is loaded. (The query goes back 15 minutes from...

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