This article explains the cause and what has been done to resolve this issue in the latest builds.
With the release of GP Power Tools build 26 yesterday, Microsoft Dynamics GP System Administrators now have a new tool for managing their User Licenses.
Yesterday GP Power Tools build 26 was released. This latest build has numerous enhancements to existing functionality as well as some awesome new features.
One of the features that has been requested by the community for a while and is now included in the GP Power Tools – Administrator Tools module is Automatic Logout.
The best thing is that all existing GP Power Tools sites get all the new features for free just by updating their system to the current build. Download from here.
Winthrop Development Consultants is pleased to announce Build 26 of GP Power Tools (GPPT) for Microsoft Dynamics GP was released on 12-Feb-2019.
This build incorporates many new features and enhancements to all modules of GP Power Tools. It also includes a number of code improvements and fixes to improve existing functionality.
As mentioned in my previous post I have been working hard for the last few months on the development of the next build of GP Power Tools.
Build 26 of GP Power Tools is already at release candidate stage and I am just working on getting the documentation for the User Guide manual updated and tweaking any issues found during beta testing.
Every now and then a support request comes in where a customer has received an error message referencing the ‘MBS_ScreenShot_Forms’ table. These support requests are usually redirected from Microsoft’s support team. The error is caused by environmental issues and are generated from GP Power Tools (or its predecessor, the Support Debugging Tool).
This article explains what can cause the error and provides suggestions on how to modify your environment to avoid the issue re-ocurring.