Dynamics AX in the Field

Microsoft Dynamics AX from the Premier Field Engineering team at Microsoft.

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  • Blog Post: Management Reporter 2012 Security Review with AX 2012

    Below is a fairly detailed review of how Management Reporter 2012 security (users and user roles) are derived and directly correlate from the users created and security permissions assigned in Microsoft Dynamics AX. This review will cover the following topics: •Adding users from AX 2012 ...
  • Blog Post: Comparing AX and Active Directory User Accounts

    I was recently working with an AX 2009 customer who wanted to compare the user accounts configured in AX with the user accounts in Active Directory. The basic goals were: Find all AX user accounts that no longer exist in Active Directory. Find all accounts that are disabled in Active Directory...
  • Blog Post: AX 2009 and Report Builder 3.0

    Have you installed one of the new Report Builders-- version 2 or version 3-- and can't get AX to launch it? This posting addresses the issue and walks you through the steps to point AX to the new version. The first step is that you will need to get Report Builder 2.0 or 3.0 installed on your report...
  • Blog Post: Managing Client Versions

    How do you know if you have updated all of your client machines to the correct and current AX version? For a lot of companies that have distributed clients, managing the client software can be somewhat of a headache for the IT staff. As the roll out of new kernel builds are released, it is important...
  • Blog Post: Managing Dynamics AX Users Between Production, Test and Development Environments

    Woohoo...First blog post for Dynamics AX in the field! Let's start things off with an easy one: A common question we get from customers who are new to Dynamics AX is: What's the best Practice for adding users to Test and Development environments as data is refreshed from production? After...
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