Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 was released on the 2nd October. In this series of posts, I’ll be going hands on and installing the majority of the components; some of them, such as Analysis Cubes for Excel, which are little used, I won’t be covering.
The series index will automatically update as posts go-live in this series.
In an early post of this series, I installed the Microsoft Dynamics GP client; while installing the client isn’t complicated, it is easy to get the wrong features selected during the installation. There is a way of building an installation package which automates the selection of langauges, features and paths.
Creating an installation package is done via the setup utility; select Create Installation Package from under the Install heading:
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With the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2 it’s time for a series of “hands on” posts where I go through the installation of all of it’s components; the index for this series can be found here.
If you have a number of clients which need Microsoft Dynamics GP installed, this can become somewhat burdensome to ensure that they are all installed exactly the same way; if you do it manually at least. However, via the Microsoft Dynamics GP setup utility, you can build an installation package which much simplifies the job.
To create an installation package, launch the setup utility and select Create Installation Package from under the Install heading:
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If you have a number of clients to install then the best way of doing this is to create an installation package. Do this by launching the setup utility and, under Install click Create Installation Package:
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