#GPUG Webinar: Why is the Support Debugging Tool/GP Power Tools so Amazing?

David Meego - Click for blog homepageAfter the huge success at the GPUG Summit 2015 conference, Beat Bucher MVP and I will be presenting an encore performance of our GP Power Tools (GPPT) session as a webinar.

Even though the session title mentions the Support Debugging Tool (SDT), the session focusses on GP Power Tools. This is because the Support Debugging Tool has been discontinued since October 2014 and replaced by GP Power Tools.

The webinar session is being presented as part of the DBA SIG (Database Administrators Special Interest Group). The details of the session are below:

This webinar takes you through some of the many ways that the Support Debugging Tool can make your life administering, supporting, consulting or developing for Microsoft Dynamics GP easier. David Musgrave and Beat Bucher will use real life examples to show how the Support Debugging tool can help. This session also includes demonstrations of GP Power Tools, and its new features.

This webinar is part of the Database Administrators Special Interest Group, whose goal is to help you learn and share expertise, tools and tips for managing and developing for Dynamics GP.

Below is the link for this session including the video recording:

Thursday 17th March 2016 (10:00 AM) to Thursday 17th March 2016 (11:00 AM) (US EST)

Click here to Register.

For more information see:

Hope to see you there


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

22-Mar-2016: Add Linked to recorded session.

3 thoughts on “#GPUG Webinar: Why is the Support Debugging Tool/GP Power Tools so Amazing?

  1. I just can NOT catch a break – was going to this session at Summit and then our main accountant needed me to attend a session with him — and this Webinar is happening when I am un available with other commitments – please try the webinar again sometime (or record this session) – Thanks!


    • Hi James

      The GPUG Webinar will be recorded and you can watch it at a later time. If you register for the session (even if you cannot attend), you will be notified once the link to watch the video is available.

      Thanks for your support.



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