Since there is limited numbers of Enviroment, we need to be able to rename and/or delete an enviroment. At least deactivate it, but preferable deleting would be the best choice.
Hi @TerjeF - sorry for not seeing this post earlier - you should be able to delete and rename your environments from the Admin center.You can open it from admin.powerapps.com.
If you created your environment before 3/21 - you can rename and delete it from the admin center.
If you created your environment on or after 3/21 deleting can be done directly from the portal, to rename click "You can manage these settings in the Dynamics 365 Administration center".
Both the features you are asking for are very close to being ready for publishing.
@pvillads, @Audrie-MSFT, for records, I didnt know that i cannot delete default enviroment. i have tried, and have created another one with the same name. Then when the real default was not deleted, i deleted the custom one, but have problem with the standard default enviroment that in CSD excel add in, i do not have access, while in Outlook add in, i have access to 2 simialr enviroments of the same name. See REG:117051591113220.
hi @CWesener, have watched your Youtube steaming yesterday: inspiring.
On this post, i have a little question: in CDS 1 there used to be an environment called "default" that is not upgradable to CDS 2. Frank suggested that i delete it and create a CDS 2 environment. But what is the value (the meaning) of Default? is it mapping to Outlook by default? should I delete without hesitation?
Hi @Yahya - adding @ManasMSFT from the Admin team who can explain more about what you can and can't do with the Default environment.
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