Welcome to the Winthrop Development Consultants blog

David Meego - Click for blog homepageToday, I relaunch my old consulting and software development business, Winthrop Dexterity Consultants as Winthrop Development Consultants.

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After thirteen and a half years with Microsoft, it is now time to strike out on my own again.

Winthrop Development Consultants will offer independent Microsoft Dynamics GP development skills (consulting, development and training) to the ISVs, partners and customers of the Dynamics GP community. It will also allow me to work on other development projects which have been waiting patiently in the sidelines.

I have really enjoyed my time at Microsoft but now it is time to move on. However, I am not leaving the Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) community and hope to see many of you at reIMAGINE 2014 in Fargo in November. Please make sure you find me to say “Hi” and to discuss how I can assist you.

As I can no longer post on the Developing for Dynamics GP Blog, I will continue to post on this new blog located at http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.


This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

10 thoughts on “Welcome to the Winthrop Development Consultants blog

  1. The Support Debugging Tool that Mariano and you presented was the top class at Convergence! What a loss for Microsoft. Congratulations on your new business!



  2. Hi David! I did one of the SDT surveys, not sure if SurveyMonkey is updated to send info on? Regarding the SDT, we were thinking that it would be great if the configure dex.ini had the ability to update settings for multiple users. Currently an implementer has to log on as each user to get them set up during installs. All which begs the question: What is going to happen with the SDT? Cheers 🙂


  3. Hi Emily,

    The Dex.ini Configuration utility allows for settings for multiple users or workstations to be updated. The updates happen after the user has logged in on a workstation. You should not need to log in manually during the install.

    If you are talking about setting the location for the shared setup file, this should be set in the bottom section of the Dex.ini Configuration window. This allows the settings to be automatically inherited when users log in. Then the settings in the top half of the window are applied.

    There should be no need to log all users in and change settings manually.



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