Microsoft have started the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day series on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog.
The twenty eighth feature they’ve announced is Intercompany Asset Transfer.
Fixed Asset Management has been enhanced in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 to allow assets to be transferred between companies.
The new functionality automates the process of retiring an asset in the originating company, and setting it up for depreciation in the new company. The process can be done for either a single asset or a group of assets, saving the user time on performing these processes manually.
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This 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;
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