Archive for January 15th, 2013
Today I’m happy to announce that we have uploaded the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 RTM V1 Hyper-V image set to PartnerSource for your downloading pleasure. This has been a huge undertaking, and I know we said it would be Beta code, but it isn’t, it’s full-release RTM code! A little about the image: Dynamics GP 2013 RTM Code with Web Client deployed Management Reporter 2012 with Web Viewer deployed Office 2013 with demo dashboards installed Some bugs (see below) but working and out to you today! Some reminders about the image set: Image A and Image B MUST be running both at the same time. You can use as little as 2GB memory for Image A, and as little as 2GB memory for Image B, but more memory will increase the speed of Image B
Blog Author. Kevin Machayya is a 14-year veteran of Microsoft and Great Plains Software. He has held various roles in technical support, customer service, and sales operations.
I got a new MacBook Pro couple of days back and needless to say, I am more than excited to use it. I have been a Mac OS user for the past 1 year, as I had already replaced my personal computing machine from an old warrior named Lenovo N300 to an amazing MacBook Air. Been driven by that experience, I had always been yearning for my work computer to get changed to a MacBook too.
A blog dedicated to everything to enable Developing for Microsoft Dynamics GP by David Musgrave and the Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Support Team.