With the General Session gone it was now time to get through some sessions for the day. The morning started out with a breakfast for the Microsoft Dynamics (AX, GP, CRM, NAV, and SL)MVPs in attendance, hosted by our Microsoft MVP Award Program lead, Melissa Travers
Yesterday marked the beginning of the Dynamic Communities events.
As if 5 Convergence sessions weren’t enough, I am also doing a presentation at PreGAME 2013 hosted by GP Partner Connections (GPPC) with my good friend Aaron Donat, Escalation Engineer in Fargo. Aaron and I will be presenting Implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP Web Client which will run from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM in Grand Salon 3 & 6 at the Hilton New Orleans River Side. This event is open to Microsoft Dynamics GP partners and ISVs, but you must register to attend
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 ).
Please find the details of the ” GP 2013 – Web Client Installation & Configuration ” workshop below. Agenda High Level Architecture User Login Process Flow Session Host Services Session Central Service Session Service Session Management Proxy Service Session Management Service Runtime Service Digital Certificates Self-Signed Certificate Certificate Authority Installation Single Box Deployment Multi-box Deployment Session Duration 180 mins Advisory Hours Used 5-6 hours Target Audience Technical Decision Makers Business Decision Makers End Users If you are interested in any of the workshops mentioned above, click here
I have a secret to tell… At the past GPUG Summit in Seattle, I presented a session, ITP16 Advanced Microsoft Dynamics GP Administration with the Support Debugging Tool