The question I am hearing now from existing Support Debugging Tool sites is:
“Now that GP Power Tools is available, what happens to my Support Debugging Tool installation?“.
The short answer is simple …. Nothing, absolutely nothing.
The long answer is summarised below:
Development: The Support Debugging Tool is discontinued and there is no further development.
Support: The Support Debugging Tool is no longer supported (it was never supported by Microsoft).
Expiry: The Support Debugging Tool will not expire.
If you are using the Support Debugging Tool with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 or GP 2013, you should really upgrade to GP Power Tools so you can be on a better product that IS supported and IS being developed futher.
The following articles contain details of the many enhancements, improvements, additional features and fixes that GP Power Tools has over the Support Debugging Tool:
- #GPPT 21 Reasons why you should upgrade to GP Power Tools
- #GPPT What’s New: Series summary for GP Power Tools build 20
- #GPPT GP Power Tools Build 20 released
The special introductory annual subscription price of US$365 means that you can have Peace of Mind for a dollar a day. You will even get an extra day for free every four years. 🙂
That’s cheaper than a morning coffee and much more useful.
For more information on ordering, please see the GP Power Tools Portal:
This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.