A recent security vulnerability (aka Zero-Day exploit) was reported by a company named Cyber Kendra that affects the Apache eco-system and its underlying Java component used for data logging. Many GP customers & clients started to worry about the vulnerability and if there GP environment could be prone to an attack from hackers due to... Continue Reading →
GP 18.4 was released!
It's this time of the year again were fall colours are starting to cover our forests up in the north and south of the Canadian border.. Have a look at Vermont or New England and the beautiful colours.. makes you want to leave your desk and go out for a walk! Today is October 1st... Continue Reading →
What is this error message about SY00100 ??
See how you can quickly fix a pop-up error that might come in GP and is related to the table SY00100.
How to quickly clone an Azure VM ?
I have been using Microsoft's Cloud infrastructure (aka Azure) for a while now by using a monthly free credit that expires every month-end.. That credit being not very big, you have to be very careful about the resource usage, otherwise it's going to burn thru you small ca$h in no time and suspend your account..... Continue Reading →
The Microsoft MVP program gets some cosmetic lifting
Microsoft today announced that they are going to shrink the number of MVP categories existing so far.. Steve 'Guggs' Guggenheimer said hat Microsoft is going to move from 36 technical expertise areas to about 10, new, more broader categories, encompassing some 90 contribution areas. For us Dynamics GP MPV's this means that our number is... Continue Reading →
My Journey to the Dynamics GP MVP Award
Now that April 1st is behind us and this would no longer fall for an April fool, I can officially anounce the good news.. I'm now part of the big 'small' family of the very 'select' Dynamic GP MVP group. It's great because of all the GREAT people that make this group a real family...... Continue Reading →
The All New TWMBSSDGPPPSATPLCPAT4MSDGP… without me !
For quite a few weeks/months there were uncertainty about the outcome of the SDT (aka Support Debugging Tool) for Dynamics GP. As my good friend David Musgrave had been left in the dust by Microsoft due to the high speed of the all new GP 2015 not being able to wait on the aging SDT, nobody... Continue Reading →
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