Skip to content


Repository files navigation

A PowerShell module to handle different management tasks related to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations (D365FO). Read more about D365FO on

Available on PowerShell Gallery:

Table of contents

Getting started

Install the latest module

Install-Module -Name

Install without administrator privileges

Install-Module -Name -Scope CurrentUser

List all available commands / functions

Get-Command -Module

Update the module

Update-Module -name

Update the module - force

Update-Module -name -Force

Getting help

The wiki contains more details about installation and also guides to help you with some common tasks. It also contains documentation for all the module's commands. Expand the wiki's Pages control at the top of the content sidebar to view and search the list of command documentation pages.

Another way to learn about the different cmdlets available is to install the tools onto your D365FO developer box. You can also visit the 'docs' folder in this repository (look at the top). Click this link docs to jump straight inside.

Since the project started we have adopted and extended the comment based help inside each cmdlet / function. This means that every single command contains at least one fully working example on how to run it and what to expect from the cmdlet.

Getting help inside the PowerShell console

Getting help is as easy as writing Get-Help CommandName

Get-Help New-D365Bacpac

This will display the available default help.

Getting the entire help is as easy as writing Get-Help CommandName -Full

Get-Help New-D365Bacpac -Full

This will display all available help content there is for the cmdlet / function

Getting all the available examples for a given command is as easy as writing Get-Help CommandName -Examples

Get-Help New-D365Bacpac -Examples

This will display all the available examples for the cmdlet / function.

We know that when you are learning about new stuff and just want to share your findings with your peers, working with help inside a PowerShell session isn't that great.

Web based help and examples

We have implemented platyPS ( to generate markdown files for each cmdlet / function available in the module. These files are hosted here on github for you to consume in your web browser and the give you the look and feel of other documentation sites.

The generated help markdown files are located inside the 'docs' folder in this repository. Click this link to jump straight inside.

They are also available in the wiki in the list of pages.

For sake of the sanity and just trying to help people out, we copy & pasted all the old examples previously available in the readme into the wiki. The page is located here. We don't plan on keep the "Old readme examples" wiki up-to-date going forward. If you believe we are missing some examples that should be part of the comment based help, please create an issue.


Want to contribute to the project? We'd love to have you! Visit our for a jump start.


This module depends on other modules. The dependencies are documented in the dependency graph and the Dependencies section of the Package Details of the package listing in the PowerShell Gallery.