On March 10th some fellow GP consultants reported back issues from customers where Dynamics GP would all of a sudden print a black box in the place where there should be a graphical object (like Check signatures or a Company Logo on GP reports). It's been confirmed the same day by Microsoft's internal source that... Continue Reading →
Disaster Recovery planning for Dynamics GP (Part 1/4)
First article of a series about DR & BC planning. Experience from the trenches.
Can I change the Company ID in my GP setup after installation ?
Most of you may be aware that during the initial GP setup with GP Utilities you define a 1-5 digit company ID / DB Name, but what most don't know is how this can have deep implication in the global setup of your GP instance. First and foremost the basics: the information about the company... Continue Reading →
What if your GP Utilities upgrade fails on ASIEXP86 ?
How to prevent your GP Upgrades to fail due to the ASIEXP86 primary key violation?
Why does the DMU not doing anything on my DYNAMICS system DB ?
What the heck is the DMU you might ask ? DMU stands for Dynamics Maintenance Utility and is provided out-of-the-box by Microsoft when you install the GP client (or at least it was until it was gone missing in the 2018 R2 image.. see more here) In essence, this is what the GP administration guide... Continue Reading →
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