This is a reposting of an article I originally wrote on my Developing for Dynamics GP blog.
You will find that many Knowledge Base articles, Tools, Software Development Kits (SDK), Product Releases and Service Packs are all protected in these secure areas.
To get access to these secure sites, you will need to be a Microsoft Business Solutions (Dynamics) partner or customer.
- If you belong to a company which is a registered Microsoft Dynamics Customer and you don’t have access, please ask your manager or system administrator to create a login for you. Your company should already have at least one login assigned to them. If no one at your organization is aware of whom is setup as Adminstrator, then please contacts your Microsoft Dynamics partner for that information.
Microsoft Dynamics Partners that have signed the Solution Provider Agreement, or have purchased a Partner Foundation or Partner Advanatage plan should already have access. Please ask your manager or system administrator to create a login for you. Your company should already have at least one login assigned to them.
If you belong to a company that is a Microsoft Partner, but not a Microsoft Dynamics Partner, it is possible to request access to PartnerSource with a special form. This form is available within the Microsoft Partner Program portal by clicking on this link.
If you belong to a company that is not a Microsoft Partner and not a Microsoft Dynamics Partner or Customer, then you will have to work through someone who is or sign up through the Microsoft Partner Program.
This will help ISV (Independent Software Vendor) Microsoft partner companies who wish to integrate their products with Microsoft Dynamics products obtain access to the invaluable resources available on PartnerSource.
This article was originally posted on the Developing for Dynamics GP Blog and has been reposted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.