How To Install The GP Web Services – Management Tools Installation

Microsoft Dynamics GPThis is the sixth post in the series on installing, configuring and preparing the Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP for use. So far I’ve covered the prerequisites, installation process, configuration, verification of the install and security configuration.

In this post, I’m going to show the installation of the Management Tools on a client machine; in this case AZC-DESK1 which is running Windows 7 Enterprise.

The Management Tools are installed off the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 installation media. When you run up the setup utility, the standard Microsoft Dynamics GP 210 Bootstrapper Setup will run to install the prerequisites;

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Bootstrapper Setup

In the Microsoft Dynamics GP setup utility, select the Web Service Management Tools;

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

When presented with the Welcome window, click Next ¯ to proceed;

Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP Management Tools - Welcome

Accept the License Agreement;

Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP Management Tools - License Agreement

Enter the two Web Service URLS:

  • URL to the Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP which is in the format of http://machine_name:port/DynamicsGPWebServices/DynamicsGPService.asmx where the port is 48620 by default;
  • URL to the Microsoft Dynamics Security Admin Service which is in the format of http://machine_name:port/DynamicsAdminService.asmx where the port is 48621 by default.
Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP Management Tools - Web Service URL

When you’re happy to proceed with the installation, click Install;

Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP Management Tools - Ready to Install the Program

Successful completion of the install process will be confirmed by the setup utility;

Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP Management Tools - Installation Complete

Next up, and the last post in this series on installing Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP, is a quick run through of the configuration process of the Management Tools.

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5 thoughts on “How To Install The GP Web Services – Management Tools Installation

  1. Ren says:

    Hello, I think you have the wrong screen shots on this article.

    1. Ian Grieve Ian Grieve says:

      Yes, u were quite right; I did have the wrong ones.

      I have corrected the post.

      Ian

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