Archive for January, 2013
Welcome to the third installment on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 on Windows Azure. In the previous article I showed how to provision the various VMs needed in our environment – see Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 on Windows Azure: Provisioning Process . The following is a summary of the VMs with the applications and services they will be running: Server Name Function ip-ads01 AD DS server ip-sql01 Database Server ip-gp01 GP and Session Service ip-gpweb IIS, Web Client, WMC, and Session Central The deployment started out with some prep work, as follows: Active Directory Server (AD DS) On the AD DS server, I setup a few domain user accounts and security groups that will be needed to run both Microsoft Dynamics GP’s Session Service and Session Central Service services on the GP server ( ip-gp01 ) and the Web Client and Web Management Console application pools on IIS ( ip-gpweb ).
View azurecurve’s Google+ · View azurecurve’s Summary RSS Feed · View azurecurve’s Detailed RSS Feed . Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant. Skip to content.
Want to go deep into what’s new in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013? We have several webcasts that go deep into the product. You get to choose which ones that are interesting to you! http://www.gppartnerconnections.com/education-resources/ Pam
You might be one of the few people in the Dynamics GP community that hasn’t downloaded the new Windows 8 app that allows you to surface SRS charts, graphs, and KPI’s that customers and partners have built for Dynamics GP. Go to the Windows Store on Windows 8 and search for “Business Analyzer”.