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One of the benefits of hosting Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations virtual machines through Microsoft Azure is the pay-as-you-go payment format. This means you’re only required to pay for what you use. As you can imagine, though, this can end up being fairly costly if you leave your virtual machine on outside of work hours. …
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This article is a continuation of the discussion about the new workspace called Data Management in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations (MsDyn365).  Data Management replaces the Data Import and Export Framework (DIXF) Module that was available in AX 2012 R2 and above. The emphasis of this piece is to introduce you to process of exporting …
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As a trainer, I have noticed a common theme while training newer AX users, as well as long time AX users. The theme is that they don’t know about all the small features and tools that can help them while using the software. There are many new features and tools in Dynamics 365 for Operations …
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Welcome, I hope everyone is having a great day, but if you’ve found this blog chances are you have a stuck batch! I wanted to share some knowledge I gained over the years working on the Help Desk at RSM US LLP. We’ve had a few clients call up telling us that their Payables batch …
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Not everything goes as planned in life or in programming. Programmers begin writing code to perform some automated task and make life easier for those using the program. They lay out a process in code that is expected to run thoroughly as designed, but there are times when things do not go as planned. Outside …
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Dynamics 365 Licensing Models

November 10th, 2016 | Posted by Rachel Profitt in Dynamics 365 - (0 Comments)

In a previous post, we reviewed each of the products that make up Dynamics 365; let’s discuss the two licensing models. Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition This diagram shows the enterprise edition packaging for purchasing Dynamics 365. You can buy each individual application for each user by the middle tier labeled Apps. There are two basic …
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You may be wondering what the difference is between Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition, and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Edition. Well, I know there is a lot of confusion about all these new Dynamics 365 products and names, and I want to take this opportunity to help demystify things and …
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When you use Warehouse Management in Dynamics 365 for Operations you are required to set up and use both Work Templates and Location Directives. The setup screens look similar, and this can lead to some confusion about which is which: Warehouse management > Setup > Work > Work templates Warehouse management > Setup > Location …
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As a Management Reporter user, I was excited to see the changes to Management Reporter 2012 for Dynamics AX and Dynamics 365 for Operations. Let’s look at some of the improvements and options, as well as some options that have not translated. Management Reporter is now Financial reports.  Financial reports is also available through the …
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Microsoft made some significant improvements to the new Dynamics 365 for Operations development environment, and I want to take this chance to share with you the programming methodology and differences for Microsoft Dynamics® AX 2012 as compared to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations (MsDyn365). First, I will describe the overlaying model which is still relevant …
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