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Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : System and Company Setup (part 7) - Company setup - Posting setup, E-mail setup
New functionality in Dynamics GP 2010 adds the ability to e-mail certain types of reports directly out of Dynamics GP to your customers and vendors. Each module that allows e-mailing functionality will have some additional setup steps, however first the company e-mail setup must be completed.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : System and Company Setup (part 6) - Company setup - Shipping Methods, Credit Cards
If you are planning on storing the Carrier, Contact, and Phone Number and want to make this available to the Dynamics GP users, make sure that the users needing this data have security access to the Shipments Methods Setup window. There are no out-of-the-box reports or inquiry windows that show this information.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : System and Company Setup (part 5) - Company setup - Company setup, Fiscal Periods
Fiscal Periods define the structure of your accounting periods and years in Dynamics GP. Each company set up in Dynamics GP has a completely independent fiscal period setup. During installation, Dynamics GP will create a default fiscal year based on the calendar year of the application installation date.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : System and Company Setup (part 4) - Company setup - Multicurrency, Taxes
If you are following the Setup Checklist in Dynamics GP, Multicurrency setup is listed under the Financial series, however it is important to complete this before some of the other setup steps. Even if you are not planning on using the Multicurrency functionality, you will need to define the functional currency for your Dynamics GP company.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : System and Company Setup (part 3) - Company setup - Account setup
General Ledger accounts are needed to perform many other setup steps and should be created as the next step. Even if you have decided to import your chart of accounts, it is helpful to know how to set up new accounts for any that you may want to create manually.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : System and Company Setup (part 2)
Once Dynamics GP users are created, they need to be granted access to the Dynamics GP companies they can log into and security needs to be set up for them.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : System and Company Setup (part 1)
System setup for Dynamics GP includes settings that are global to your entire Dynamics GP installation such as the system password, registration, creating users, setting up user security, currency settings, exchange rates, and additional system-wide settings.
Administering with Windows PowerShell and Active Directory Administrative Center (part 4)
The Active Directory Administrative Center (ADAC) is a new tool with which you can administer Active Directory. Unlike the legacy Active Directory Users And Computers snap-in, which continues to be supported, ADAC was built as a graphical interface on top of Windows PowerShell.
Administering with Windows PowerShell and Active Directory Administrative Center (part 3)
Cmdlets operate against objects in a namespace. A folder on a disk is an example of a namespace—a hierarchy that can be navigated. Namespaces are created by providers, which you can think of as drivers.
Administering with Windows PowerShell and Active Directory Administrative Center (part 2)
Most cmdlets accept parameters. Parameters have names preceded by a dash and are not case sensitive. For example, the -Identity parameter of the Get-ADGroupMember cmdlet specifies the group that you want to enumerate.
Administering with Windows PowerShell and Active Directory Administrative Center (part 1)
Windows PowerShell 2.0 is installed by default in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. You can open a Windows PowerShell console from the Accessories, Windows PowerShell program group in the Start menu, or by running Powershell.exe.
SharePoint 2010 : Service Applications - Consuming another Farm's Service
Service applications can consume another service application. The advantage of this capability is leveraging resources that are defined and managed from a central location and distributed throughout the farm and/or farms.
SharePoint 2010 : Service Applications - Publishing a SharePoint service
One of the key advantages of service applications is their ability to be consumed on an a la carte level. Use the service only as you need it. Extending this paradigm further, service applications are similar to services in a cloud. Use what you need, no matter what farm you are using.
SharePoint 2010 : Service Applications - Establishing a trust relationship between two farms
To be able to subscribe to another farm's content, there has to be a trust relationship set up between the two farms. This gives the two server farms, the ability to communicate. This is accomplished through certificates that uniquely identify the farms.
Installing Exchange Server 2007 : Implementing Active Directory from Scratch (part 3) - Configuring Active Directory Sites and Services, Configuring a Global Catalog Server
After the AD domain controller has been installed, it is necessary to configure Sites and Services to support the Exchange Server deployment. To configure AD Sites and Services to support Exchange Server 2007 residing in two sites, the site properties need to be changed. Changing site properties is covered in the next section.
Installing Exchange Server 2007 : Implementing Active Directory from Scratch (part 2) - Installing the Service Pack, Installing the First Domain Controller for a New Domain
Installing a new domain requires the installation of a new domain controller and Microsoft AD. After the previous steps for installing Windows Server 2003 are complete, it is possible to run the dcpromo command to begin installing AD.
Installing Exchange Server 2007 : Implementing Active Directory from Scratch (part 1) - Installing Windows Server 2003
The mechanism that lies at the base of Exchange Server 2007 functionality is the operating system. Exchange draws from Windows its base functionality, and it cannot be installed without it. Consequently, the operating system installation is the first step in the creation of a new Exchange server.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Playing By The Rules? Use The Business Rule Engine - How Does the BRE Work?
The main activities of the Business Rule Engine fall into one of two main user experience categories, the design-time experience and the runtime experience. At design time, business rule creators can use the business policy authoring tool, namely the Business Rule Composer in BizTalk, to create and update the business rules and policies.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Playing By The Rules? Use The Business Rule Engine - The Business Rule Composer
The Business Rule Composer, illustrated in Figure 1, is the environment used by business rule authors to create, update, version, publish, and deploy vocabularies and policies.
Monitoring Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Securing OpsMgr
Security has evolved into a primary concern that can no longer be taken for granted. The inherent security in Windows 2008 is only as good as the services that have access to it; therefore, you should perform a security audit of all systems that access information from servers.
Monitoring Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : OpsMgr Component Requirements, Advanced OpsMgr Concepts
OpsMgr’s simple installation and relative ease of use often disguises the potential complexity of its underlying components. This complexity can be managed with the right amount of knowledge of some of the advanced concepts of OpsMgr design and implementation.
Migrating to Configuration Manager 2007 : Conducting an In-place Upgrade (part 6) - Upgrading SMS 2003 Clients
To complete the wizard, you will need to choose This package contains source files option and then specify the package source location as the \client folder under your ConfigMgr installation folder.
Migrating to Configuration Manager 2007 : Conducting an In-place Upgrade (part 5) - Upgrading Secondary Sites
You can upgrade a secondary site after you upgrade its parent primary site. Before upgrading your secondary sites, run the prerequisite checker on the parent primary site server again—this time check the All Secondary Sites box on the Installation Prerequisite Check Options page, to verify the sites meet all prerequisites for the Configuration Manager upgrade.
Migrating to Configuration Manager 2007 : Conducting an In-place Upgrade (part 4) - Upgrading a Primary Site
You should also verify client push installation is disabled on your site prior to the upgrade. This will allow you more control over the client upgrade process.
Migrating to Configuration Manager 2007 : Conducting an In-place Upgrade (part 3) - Database Upgrade Tips and Tricks
Before upgrading your database, export any custom objects you created outside of SMS. Any custom tables created in the SMS database, for example, are removed by the upgrade, although the upgrade preserves custom views based on the default SMS tables.
Migrating to Configuration Manager 2007 : Conducting an In-place Upgrade (part 2) - Upgrading SQL Server
SMS 2003 SP 2 and above versions provide support for both SQL Server 2000 SP 4 and SQL Server 2005. If your site database server is running SQL Server 2000, you will need to upgrade to SQL Server 2005 and apply Service Pack 2 before you can upgrade your SMS primary site.
Migrating to Configuration Manager 2007 : Conducting an In-place Upgrade (part 1) - Running the Prerequisite Checker
The results show the system SMS-000005 has an inconsistent SMS GUID. In this case, the problem can be corrected by deleting this system from the database, removing the SMS client software on the system, or by deleting the smscfg.ini file from the Windows folder and reinstalling the client.
Improving Dynamics GP with Hacks : Reducing licensing needs by preventing Multiple Company Logins
Microsoft Dynamics GP is licensed on the basis of concurrent users. This means that if a company has ten user licenses, any ten users can log in at once but the eleventh user is prevented from logging in.
Improving Dynamics GP with Hacks : Improving clarity by timing Depreciation Posting to the General Ledger
Microsoft Dynamics provides a robust Fixed Asset module for tracking and depreciating a company's assets. Part of the Fixed Asset module includes a routine to process asset additions, retirements, and depreciation through to the general ledger.
Improving Dynamics GP with Hacks : Keeping the chart of accounts clean by reactivating Account Segment warnings
If a user creates account number 01-4000-000 and the three segments correspond to Company A, Revenue Account, and South Region, Dynamics GP can automatically name the account Company A-Revenue-South.
 
 
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