Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 RTM has now been released. In this series of posts, I will be stepping through the installation of Microsoft Dynamics GP and additional products and then will move on to taking a look at the new functionality which has been introduced.
The series index for this series of posts is here and will automatically update as posts go live.
The installation media is now available for download from Microsoft PartnerSource and CustomerSource (relevant login required).
The download process is now cross browser compatible with the retirement, a while ago now, of the ActiveX control which used to be required. The download is now just performed using standard browser protocols.
The file is approximately 1.6 GB in size.
I’ve been checking all day, but, finally, the download for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 RTM is now available.
You can download it from here (CustomerSource or PartnerSource login required).
You can read about the new features coming in my Dynamics GP 2018 RTM Feature of the Day series of posts.
The Support team will be running a New Feature series of posts starting on 5th December. These blogs will give a comprehensive overview of the features along with excellent content, documentation, and videos, as they have done in the past.
I’ll be going hands on with the new version in a series of posts, probably starting as soon as the download is finished; the posts will start with the installation of the new version, before moving onto covering the new functionality.
On the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog, Pam Misialek has announced the availability of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2.
You can download it from here.
You can read about the new features coming in my Dynamics GP 2016 R2 Feature of the Day series of posts.
Pam highlights that starting next week, the Support team will post additional technical content in their Blog Series
Dynamics GP is moving, following partner and customer feedback, to annual releases. There was a recent roadmap released which you can see here.
Microsoft are currently working on GP Next and this is your opportunity to help shape the future functionality using Microsoft Connect. I would recommend you use that site to request features or enhancements which you would like to have included in Dynamics GP.
I’m about to drive home from client site, so I can’t get my hands on it for another 7 hours or so 🙁
The Dynamics Financial Reporting for Microsoft Dynamics GP has announced the availability of CU15 for Management Reporter 2012. This cumulative up-date contains a few bug fixes as well as some enhancements.
Here’s a summary of the new Management Reporter CU15 features:
- Improved responsiveness in the Web Viewer.
- A search bar has been added to search through the current level of the report as in-browser search functions may not always return all results because of the performance changes to improve responsiveness.
- Printing in the Web Viewer through XPS download.
- PowerShell module to enable reset of data mart.
- Added a Turkish (tr-tr) localization.
- Additional fixes for product defects.
The Dynamics Financial Reporting for Microsoft Dynamics GP team will be blogging about the new features in detail soon.
There are a few new prerequisites which are required for this cumulative update:
- SQL Server 2012 or higher.
- Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.1 is also required (when installed this may require a reboot).
Management Reporter CU15 Release is version 2.12.15000.56; make sure your ERP version is supported by checking the compatibility list.
The EN-US download for Management Reporter CU15 is here and localised versions will be coming soon.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 is now available for download (PartnerSource logo required). This release includes the new service based architecture and lots of other new features.