For the next couple of weeks, I have decided to focus on Microsoft Dynamics GP application level security and methods for resolving security related issues.
Where possible I will also show how using the Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP can make the process simpler and quicker.
The posts in the series include:
Note: Links will be available on or after the posting date.
I hope you find the information in this series useful.
Please let me know if you have any security related questions that are not covered by these posts.
16-Jun-2010: Added link to another security related post.
30-Aug-2010: Added link to new post on identifying Security Tasks and Roles.
16-Dec-2010: Added link to post on using Support Debugging Tool to solve security errors.
27-Jun-2012: Added link to post on Security Settings are not working for a Company.
Denni - Take a look at the article by MVP Victoria Yudin in the link below.
Hope this helps.
Hi Denni and Siva
Try changing the view on the right pane of the Security Information window, you can then expand payroll tasks and roles and see who has access.
I know this post is quite old and has be revisited several times since then, but I'm still trying to find some useful information about the Account Level Security in GP... I've located the tables in the system DB (GLxxxxxFx and ORG10000), but no real report that shows you how many GL accounts are assigned to which level and which accounts doesn't have ACS assigned... Are you aware about anything existing for this ? Any documentation aside of the scarce one that comes with GP ?
Thanks for any hints
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