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Find your administrator or support person (Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement) | MicrosoftDocs
09/15/2017
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Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps
Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement Version 9.x
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Find your [!INCLUDEpn_crm_shortest] administrator or support person

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You may occasionally run across issues that require consultation with your [!INCLUDEpn_dynamics_crm] administrator. If you don’t know who your administrator is, you can use Advanced Find to find your administrator.

  1. Sign in to your [!INCLUDEpn_crm_shortest] organization.

  2. Open the Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, or Project Service Automation app, and then on the nav bar, choose the Advanced Find button Screen shot of Advanced Find button.

    Advanced Find on Command bar in Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps

  3. On the Advanced Find page, in the Look for list, select Users.

  4. Point to Select, and then select Security Roles from the list.

  5. Under Fields, select Names.

  6. Enter System Administrator in the box that says Enter Text. At this point, your screen should look like this:

    Advanced Find dialog box in Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps

  7. Choose the Results button on the ribbon.

    You should see a list of one or more system administrators.

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