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Tech Tuesday: Cannot View eOne Help File Contents

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Tech Tuesday: Using Refresh Lists in SmartList Builder

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Tech Tuesday: Upgrade maps using Extender & SmartConnect Nodes after Updating GP to 2013

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Product Suggestions: Include Dimension Set Filter in the Insert Rows From Dimensions window

| 10/03/2014 | 0 Comments

In Management Reporter, we have a functionality to create Dimension Sets with specific dimensions available. These dimension sets help to minimize and show only the dimensions available in a specific Dimension Set when we open the Link to Financial Dimensions window from the Row Definition.

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New Book on Dynamics GP Web Client

| 10/03/2014 | 0 Comments
New Book on Dynamics GP Web Client

A new book by fellow Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Ian Grieve is now out about the Web Client – Implementing the Microsoft Dynamics GP Web Client . I was fortunate enough to review the book as Ian was writing it. Ian has created a great tool to supplement the ton of documentation available from Microsoft

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Management Reporter 2012 –Cumulative Update 10 Available Now!

| 10/02/2014 | 0 Comments

Management Reporter 2012 CU10 has been posted for download. This release contains enhancements around some of the most voted on suggestions in MSConnect including; export to Excel enhancements, suppressing account category details on reports, and additional flexibility around company configuration for Dynamics GP.  Here’s a summary of the new Management Reporter CU10 features: Export row-based TOT formulas to Excel An additional parameter has been added to control header and footer options for exporting to Excel in page view vs.

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Using Web Application Proxy to Publish Dynamics CRM 2013 to the internet

| 10/02/2014 | 0 Comments

With the release of Windows Server 2012 R2 there is a new server role called Web Application Proxy (WAP).  The WAP server role functions as the ADFS Proxy as well.  In customer scenarios where a DMZ/perimeter network is used the common issue is how to get Dynamics CRM published to the internet. One option you have is to put the CRM Front End server in the DMZ, but the main problem with this is the CRM server is required to be domain joined, which is usually a no-no for a DMZ.  So in the past some options included ISA or UAG but those products are being phased out.  So now we have the WAP server role.  This can be used to publish the CRM URLs needed for internet facing access.  The rest of this post will walk through the WAP configuration and publishing the CRM URLs.

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