Where is the DEX.INI file for version 10.0?

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis is a reposting of an article I originally wrote on my Developing for Dynamics GP blog.

Since the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP v10.0 I have seen this question asked many times over on the various newsgroups I monitor (see the Newsgroups Links on the left hand panel of the blog).

The quick answer is…. it has moved into the Data subfolder.

David

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Finding Table and Field Information in Microsoft Dynamics GP

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis is a reposting of an article I originally wrote on my Developing for Dynamics GP blog.

This is an updated version of an article I wrote a while back for the Microsoft Dynamics GP community website.  The links to the original article, as well as the associated Knowledge Base (KB) article are provided at the bottom of this post.

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Why does Microsoft Dynamics GP encrypt passwords?

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis is a reposting of an article I originally wrote on my Developing for Dynamics GP blog.

Why doesn’t the password I use for Microsoft Dynamics GP work for me to access the data in SQL from <insert application name here>?

Why does my password sometimes fail to work from one workstation when it works from another?

Why does the password policy feature only allow one failed attempt before locking me out?

Why is the User ID case sensitive on Microsoft Dynamics GP v10.00?

What is the Password field in the SY_Users_MSTR (SY01400) table used for?

Can I use my Windows or Active Directory Login to access Microsoft Dynamics GP?

I hope to answer all these questions and more by explaining the password encryption that is used by Microsoft Dynamics GP for all users except ‘sa’.

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Hybrid – Clearing the Last User on a Terminal Server Example

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis is a reposting of an article I originally wrote on my Developing for Dynamics GP blog.

Microsoft Dynamics GP remembers the last user to use the application and defaults the User ID into the login window next time the application is loaded.  This is useful when only a single user uses the specific workstation install.  In a Terminal Server or Citrix environment, multiple users use a single workstation install and so it would preferable if the User ID was left blank when the application launches.

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