GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features: Changes Since Last Series

Winthrop DCThis post is part of the GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features series in which I’m taking a look at the changes and new features since I last blogged about GP Power Tools.

One of the key changes to GP Power Tools, is that it is now directly distributed by WinthropDC rather than by a third party. The third party route was taken, I believe, as a quick way to market after David Musgrave licensed the code for the Support Debugging Tool in order to create GP Power Tools when he left Microsoft and founded WinthropDC.

If you purchased GP Poer Tools while it was being distributed by WinthropDC you should already have upgraded build 24, or later, to avoid licensing issues.

There have been multiple new features introduced across the two major builds of GP Power Tools. I’ve broken these new features down across two sub-series, which will be posted over the coming days.

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GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features: Series Index

Winthrop DCThere are a large number of ISV products available to extend Microsoft Dynamics GP, and I’ve taken a look at a very few of them recently. One I looked at last year was the David Musgrave.

I took a Hands On look at implementing the GP Power Tools product followed by going hands on with two of the modules:

I did mean to take a look at more of the modules, but got sidetracked. Since then, there have been a number of changes to the GP Power Tools, which I will be taking a look at in this series.

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PowerShell Snippets: Start-Sleep

PowerShellThis post is part of the series on PowerShell Snippets.

The following PowerShell command will sleep for the supplied number of milliseconds (replace the highlighted section with the number of milliseconds to sleep):

Start-Sleep -Milliseconds {milliseconds}

PowerShell Snippets: Write-Output

PowerShellThis post is part of the series on PowerShell Snippets.

The following PowerShell command will output the supplied message to the PowerShell console (replace the highlighted section with the message to output):

Write-Output {message]

Network Shell Snippets: Delete Bound SSL Certificate

PowerShellThis post is part of the series on Network Shell Snippets.

The following Network Shell command will delete the bound SSL certificate:

netsh http delete sslcert ipport=0.0.0.0:28666

Change the highlighted section to the port number to which the SSL certificate is bound.

Network Shell Snippets: Delete URL Reservation

PowerShellThis post is part of the series on Network Shell Snippets.

The following Network Shell command will delete the specified URL reservations:

netsh http delete urlacl URL={reserved url}

Replace the highlighted section, including the curly brackets, with the URL reservation to be removed.

Network Shell Snippets: View URL Reservations

PowerShellThis post is part of the series on Network Shell Snippets.

The following Network Shell command will list all URL reservations:

netsh http show urlacl

Network Shell Snippets: Series Index

WindowsI have a few Network Shell (netsh) snippets of code which I’ve used recently, which I thought I’d post here.

There is nothing complicated in what I am posting, I just need somewhere I can easily locate them again in future.

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PowerShell for Hyper-V: Resume VM

Hyper-VThis post is part of the series on PowerShell for Hyper-V.

The following PowerShell command can be used to resume a suspended virtual machine (replace the highlighted section with the name of your virtual machine):

Resume-VM -Name {VM name}