Feb 24, 2007

Using Group Policy to deploy Microsoft Dynamics GP

Now that Microsoft Dynamics GP has switched over to using a standard Microsoft .msp file for the installer, you can use tools such as Group Policy to deploy the application to your workstations. You can also send out links to the installation package via email.

Microsoft has put together a white paper on this subject. Click here to download it.

One thing to keep in mind is that this method will only deploy the basic Dynamics GP application - you'll still need to do some seperate manual installations for additional products like FRx Report Writer, Integration Manager and other third-party products you may have in your solution.


Go to Meeting said...

They should have the option to install everything all at once. What's the point of having related products that you have to go through and install manually.

It takes time. I can't think of one person who wouldn't prefer an option like that if they are interested in all the products that match the software.

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