There may be situations where you need to support standard users and have no choice but to temporarily grant administrative privileges. This article by Russell Smith, author of Least Privilege Security for Windows 7, Vista and XP, includes information about tools and techniques that can be used to solve Least Privilege Security problems.
In this article we'll learn to:
- Set up a system for temporarily granting administrative privileges to standard users for support purposes
- Use Task Scheduler to run common processes without the need to elevate privileges
Maintaining Dynamics GP is an important part of keeping the system healthy. In this article by Mark Polino, author of the book Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Cookbook, we will look at some common maintenance items including:
- Preventing entry of wrong dates by Closing Periods
- Improving performance by adjusting AutoComplete settings
- Cleaning up Accounts Receivable with Paid Transaction Removal
- Providing correct tax information by Updating 1099 information
- Maintaining updated code by rolling out Service Packs with Client Updates
Office Live Small Business is Microsoft's web-presence service for small businesses. It's part software and part service. In fact, Microsoft calls this strategy Software + Services.
In the previous article we have learned How to create and Customize your Home Page
In this article byRahul Pitre, author of Microsoft Office Live Small Business: Beginner’s Guide we will learn :
- A Contact Us page that enables visitors to contact you
In this article series, the objective is to create a skeleton for your website by building four skeletal web pages that will serve as your website's foundation.
In this article by Rahul Pitre, author of Microsoft Office Live Small Business Beginner's Guide we will learn :
- A Home page that acts as the gateway to your site
- An About Us page that tells a visitor about you and your business
In this article by Mike Liu, author of WCF 4.0 Multi-tier Services Development with LINQ to EntitiesWe will cover the following topics in this article:
- Configuring the firewall for the distributed WCF service
- Propagating a transaction from the client to the WCF service
- Testing the multiple database support of the distributed WCF service
WCF is the acronym for Windows Communication Foundation. It is Microsoft's latest technology that enables applications in a distributed environment to communicate with each other.
In this article series, we will first verify that the LINQNorthwind WCF service does not support distributed transaction processing. We will then explain how to enhance this WCF service to support distributed transaction processing and how to configure all related computers to enable distributed transaction support. To demonstrate this, we will propagate a transaction from the client to the WCF service and verify that all sequential calls to the WCF service are within one single distributed transaction. We will also explain the multiple database support of the WCF service and discuss how to configure MSDTC and the firewall for the distributed WCF service.
In this article by Mike Liu, author of WCF 4.0 Multi-tier Services Development with LINQ to Entities We will cover the following topics in this article:
- Creating the solution files
- Testing the transaction behavior of the DistNorthwind WCF service
- Enabling transaction flow in the service bindings
- Modifying the service operation contract to allow transaction flow
- Modifying the service operation implementation to require a transaction scope
- Configuring the Distributed Transaction Coordinator for the distributed WCF service
In this article by Mark Brummel, author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design, we will learn how Microsoft Dynamics NAV fits a consultancy company. Most consultancy companies have project related processes. They take on larger projects that take a certain time to complete. Some consultancy companies also purchase and sell items.
We will discuss four different project scenarios and see how Microsoft Dynamics NAV can be used to support those. To do this we will create some modifications along the way.Read How Microsoft Dynamics NAV fits a consultancy company in full
In the first part of the three part article series we have learned how to apply reverse engineering to customize our application
In the Second part of the three part article series we have learned how to Use the journals and entries in a custom application
In this article, by Mark Brummel, author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design we will learn:
- how to integrate our solution with the standard application, in our case Sales Invoicing
- How to structure codeunit of our application.
- Navigate function-it needs changing when we add new documents and ledger entries
- how Journals and Ledger entries work throughout the system
- how to create your own Journal application.
In this article by, Mike Liu, author of WCF 4.0 Multi-tier Services Development with LINQ to Entities, we will create and test the WCF service by following these steps:
- Create the project using a WCF Service Library template
- Create the project using a WCF Service Application template
- Create the Service Operation Contracts
- Create the Data Contracts
- Add a Product Entity project
- Add a business logic layer project
- Call the business logic layer from the service interface layer
- Test the service
Here ,In this article, we will learn how to separate the service interface layer from the business logic layerRead Implementing a WCF Service in the Real World in full