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Come see me at Summit 2018!

The annual user group event, GPUG Summit, will be held in Phoenix, AZ this year!

If you are coming to this event, AWESOME!! If not, please consider attending – it’s THE best conference for in person learning, networking and fun!  All things Dynamics GP (GPUG) plus other applications, such as Power BI, Microsoft Flow, and Power Apps!

This year I will be presenting on many different topics!  Come join my sessions to learn a TON and have a great time as well!

For session descriptions, see below – OR add them to your schedule for the event!  If you see me, be sure to say hello!

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GP #LifeHacks 113: Resetting Forgotten System Password

Some of the administrator type functions in Dynamics GP use a system password in order to provide a thin layer of protection against unintentional and/or inappropriate use.

This password often gets misplaced, forgotten, or just disappears with turnover.

I have some good news for you if you fall into this situation… A SQL Script can be used to reset the password.

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Looking for the MS Connect replacement for Dynamics GP?

The MS Connect site, which was the one-stop repository for ideas/suggestions/bug fixes relating to Dynamics GP (among other things) was retired not too long ago.

Since then, I have had many discussions, online and in person, regarding its replacement. And so far, the replacement was ‘in the works’… until now.

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