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Lucas Kindseth

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AX2009 is FULLY supported on Windows 2008 R2. The reason this message is displayed is because the logic behind the message is deep within the kernel code, and changing it could cause problems elsewhere in the application. For more information see the systems requirements page. Read more

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Real World Scenario —–Our customer had different employees looking at different tabs, so to facilitate this, we wanted to configure form security on each tab since this is a property on the Form. The expectation was that if you assign a security key to a tab or tabpage, this is then configurable on User Group Read more

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Summary While performing data intensive tasks such as Import/Export, Company Duplication, or Create Absence Journals in company A, then changing to company B in a new workspace can cause the company context to switch on the process running in company A.  Depending on the task being performed different errors may be generated and can also Read more

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When Migrating computers don’t forget to copy the *.nk2 file This is also referred to as the auto complete list.  This list contains contacts whom you’ve emailed, yet not added their name to your contact list.  The location of this file varies depending on your OS, but can typically be found here: drive:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Application Read more

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  Create a user group Add test user to user group. Dyndust is my test user. Ensure user has appropriate access to the form. Log in as user and ensure they can view all entries in the drop down. I’ve done so by giving Admin access to the RLS Test group, your security requirements will Read more

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Can I deploy AX 2009 in a virtual environment? Yes, AX 2009 can be deployed in a virtual environment.   Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 is certified on Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V Virtualization, and will support other virtualization solutions participating in the Server Virtualization Validation Program, consistent with the guidelines listed for all Microsoft software as Read more

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Issue Only a few user are returned when using the “AD Import Wizard” in AX 2009 Cause This problem occurs because some settings on the network domain are required for non-domain administrators to view all users on the domain within the Active Directory Import Wizard in Microsoft Dynamics AX. Resolution Here is one possible workaround to resolve Read more

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ISSUE: A security error is thrown when attempting to perform an install from a shared network location when using Server 2003: “Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file.  You may not have the appropiate permissions to access the item” This occurs for both network shares \\server\share\setup.exe as well as for mapped drives V:\setup.exe Read more

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If you are like me, you probably look at a lot of event logs from various customer environments.  Reviewing these on your machine can quickly turn your event ‘Saved Logs’ into an utter mess.  Deleting these events one-by-one is slow, and can be time consuming.  Here is a 2 step hint for removing all saved Read more

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Converting .evt logs to .evtx for reviewing on newer systems The authoritative source for converting .evt file to .evtx http://blogs.technet.com/b/askperf/archive/2007/10/12/windows-vista-and-exported-event-log-files.aspx This allows you to convert and open files on the fly like shown below: Read more

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A few resources: Mass Deployment of the Microsoft Dynamics AX Client: https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/documentation/whitepapers/daxwp_massdeploymentoftheaxclient.htm *Note this is for general review of mass deployments and is not specific to AX 2009Silent installation – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa496627.aspx One important note regarding syntax For upgrading existing clients: …\Setup.exe LogDir=C:\log HideUI=1 AcceptLicenseTerms=1 LicenseTermsVersion=en-us UpgradeClientUI= For Installing new clients: …\Setup.exe LogDir=C:\log HideUI=1 AcceptLicenseTerms=1 LicenseTermsVersion=en-us Read more

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