It’s not uncommon to find system administrators and consultants alike struggling to deploy Microsoft Dynamics GP SRS reports in an environment, while trying to keep these reports secured. I find that the main issue revolves around understanding the different moving parts: domain accounts, GP user logins, the SQL Server database roles created for reporting, the reports web site security, the reports folder security and the list goes on. So here is a list of resources that I believe will help with this: The best place to start is the SQL Server Reporting Services Guide, which has all of the information for installing, deploying and setting up security for SRS reports to use with Dynamics GP.
The wait in Australia is over. I mentioned that Surface Pro was due in Australia on 30th May , and today I received an email notice reminding me that it is now available. If you want to order one, go to the Microsoft Online Store , or to your local Harvey Norman or JB Hi-Fi store
This is an update to the original Using Named Printers with Terminal Server post from August 2008. The original post takes you through the process of using Template Users on Terminal Server so that you only need to setup one user per physical location with user mode printers and then users from that physical location can inherit the Named Printers settings from the Template User.
If you have been watching the blogsphere last week you would have noticed that DynamicsWorld UK have published their Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential People Top 100 List for 2013.
Yesterday, I had a support case come in where the customer was complaining that SmartList was not working properly and that the Search window was not being displayed correctly. The Problem During a screen sharing session with the customer, they explained that when they first opened SmartList and then the Search window it would say “Search Not Found” in the title and that clicking on the Columns button would not show any fields.