Microsoft have started the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day series on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog.
The thirtieth feature they’ve announced is Mass Depreciation Reversal.
At present depreciation can only be reversed one asset at a time. This new Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 feature provides users with the ability to back out depreciation for all, or a group, of assets which saves the time consuming process of doing it one asset at a time.
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I think I mentioned the other week that I had built a new Hyper-V server to use a as a test bed. I did run into an issue when I created the second virtual machine and tried to install SQL Server into it when it was complaining about S IDs.
I did a quick look around and realised that the problem was because I had created a virtual machine with Windows installed and made a backup of this VM which I had been copying to create subsequent machines.
The first VM I configured properly became my Domain Controller and had worked fine.
The second machine, and every subsequent ones needed to be tweaked using the System Preparation Tool before it is used.
To run the System Preparation Tool (sysprep), open the Run window and type sysprep;
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