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.
With the web client verified, the final verification is of the Web Management Console.
The web address for the Web Management Console is the server’s fully qualified domain name (FQDN) followed by /WebManagementConsole; I only entered the machine name, rather than the FQDN and so received a certificate error. Clicking Continue to this website took me straight into the Web Management Console:
Continue reading “Hands On With MDGP 2018 RTM: Verify Web Management Console Functions”
The final error I ave to post about for now following my scale-out deployment of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client series is on a problem with the Web Management Console.
After logging into the Web Management Console the following error was displayed:
Unable to access SnapIn config data store. Home SnapIn will not be loaded
Continue reading “Troubleshooting The Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 SP2 Web Client: Web Management Console – Unable To Access SnapIn Config Data Store”
Along with the web client which gives access to the normal functionality of Microsoft Dynamics GP there is also a Web Management Console which can be used by administrators to manage the web client.
The Web Management Console is accessed via the web browser by replacing the GP part of the address wit WebManagementConsole and logging in with a Domain Account which is part of the Domain Group assigned to the Web Management Console:
Continue reading “Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 SP2 Web Client Scale-Out Deployment: Using The Web Management Console”
Microsoft are posting the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day series on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog.
The ninety first feature they’ve announced is Web Management Console.
The management console is a web application that gives you the control you need to manage your web client environment; you can manage users, sessions, initiate session logging and manage application tenant configuration through the two included snap in modules, Session Manager and Tenant Manager.
The extensible snap in model of the console also gives ISVs and application developers the opportunity to create custom snap ins to give you even more control of your web client environment.
This new feature is targeted at the following roles:
- IT Manager
- Hosting Partner