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Microsoft Exam MB-300 Topic 1 Question 64 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's MB-300 exam
Question #: 64
Topic #: 1
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You are currently running version 10.0.2 of Dynamics 365 Finance.

You build a solution that includes dependencies on components in version 10.0.2. You have deferred updates of versions 10.0.3, 10.0.4, and 10.0.5. Microsoft releases version 10.0.6 of Dynamics 365 Finance. The 10.0.2 components do not work in version 10.0.6.

You need to ensure that your solution continues to work properly.

What should you do? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.

NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

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Suggested Answer: B, C

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Sharita
2 months ago
I agree, updating the dependencies is the way forward. It's like trying to use a flip phone to play Candy Crush - the technology just doesn't match up. Better get those components updated before the whole thing comes crashing down.
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Alverta
2 months ago
Yeah, I'm with you guys. Updating the dependencies is the way to go. It's like trying to drive a '92 Honda with a 2022 Prius engine - it just ain't gonna work, you know? Gotta get those parts upgraded, pronto.
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Elena
1 months ago
B) Update the dependencies to support version 10.0.6
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Leonida
1 months ago
Totally agree. Adapting to the new version is the way to go.
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Herman
1 months ago
B) Update the dependencies to support version 10.0.6
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Ernest
1 months ago
Makes sense. Embracing the latest version is always a good move.
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Nadine
1 months ago
A) Accept the version 10.0.6 update
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Louis
1 months ago
Yeah, exactly! Keeping the dependencies up to date is crucial.
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Mari
1 months ago
B) Update the dependencies to support version 10.0.6
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Tori
2 months ago
I agree, updating the dependencies is the way to go. We can't just accept the 10.0.6 update, that would break our solution. And pausing the update doesn't really solve the underlying issue. Maintaining the 10.0.2 dependencies is also not a good idea, we need to stay up-to-date.
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Mabel
2 months ago
Hmm, this is a tricky one. We need to ensure our solution continues to work properly, but the 10.0.2 components don't work in 10.0.6. I'm thinking we should probably update the dependencies to support 10.0.6, that seems like the logical choice.
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