Hello Friends of Microsoft Dynamics GP!
We are excited to announce the availability of the Partner Ready Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 BETA “Core” – 32 Bit Microsoft Virtual PC Version #2 Technical Demonstration Toolkit!
This Technical Demonstration Toolkit will include the following technologies/applications (This Technical Demonstration Toolkit is geared for Business Essentials type demonstrations):
What has been deployed:
Technical Requirements: Current Class Hardware, 4 GB+ RAM, 40 GB of free disk space (External HD recommended), Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 SP1
We will be releasing an upcoming Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 BETA “Core-Plus” Hyper-V Version #2 Technical Demonstration Toolkit which will include all of the features and functionality of the “Core” Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 BETA Version #2 Technical Demonstration Toolkit plus:
This “Core-Plus” Version #2 BETA Technical Demonstration Toolkit will be available in late February/early March 2010.
These “Core” and “Core-Plus” Version #2 virtual machines will be utilized for the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 U.S. Partner Readiness Roadshows
IMPORTANT: There are NO Demonstration Scripts or “How To Use” documentation for this demonstration toolkit as these Technical Demonstration Toolkits are in BETA. We will be providing demonstration scripts and “How To Use” documentation for the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) releases of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Technical Demonstration Toolkits.
A HUGE THANK YOU! to John Dooley (Microsoft Dynamics GP East Region – PTA) for building this fantastic new Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Technical Demonstration Toolkit/VPC!
PartnerSource Download Page:
Do you know the password for this demo VPC?
All passwords should be set to pass@word1. Let us know if this doesn't work.
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Can you provide a laptop and specs that would work with this image. It states running 2008r2 and 8gb of ram. I cannot locate a laptop with those specs. Thanks.
I can't point you to a specific laptop as there are many options that you should be able to find. I would look for any laptop that has 8 GB or RAM, and then look to purchase and Windows Server 2008 R2 separately (as most laptops will come with Win 7 and not a server OS). Take care,
When is the version 3 or 4 coming out ? It says April but it is half way in to May already and I can not find it.