I originally posted this on my employer’s blog, BDO Insights last year. I was asked recently again on using different currencies in Dynamics 365 worked. So here again is a quick guide of how Dynamics 365 money fields, currency lookups and exchange rates work. This will apply to both Dynamics 365 Online and Onpremise. When a Dynamics… Continue reading Guide to Currencies in Dynamics 365
Despite the fact that Microsoft will now only be selling Adxstudio Portals v7.0 on an exception basis (see here), there are still hundreds of portal implementations that still being deployed and supported. A common method of portal deployment is to deploy the master portal directly to Azure. As anyone who has deployed an Adxstudio Portal… Continue reading Resetting Adxstudio Portal Passwords on Azure
Last week I posted a method to use a Dynamics 365 Non-Interactive user as a way to use external tools (XrmToolBox, Plug-In Registration Tool, etc). This solution came about due to the fact that the Delegated Admin doesn’t seem to work to access Dynamics 365 using these tools. Non-Interactive users are also useful when connecting… Continue reading Setting up a Non-Interactive User
Originally when Dynamics CRM Online first came on the market, in order for CRM partners to configure or support their clients they would either need to “borrow” one of their client’s login and passwords or the client would need to purchase an additional subscription meant specifically for their partner. These partner CRM login accounts would… Continue reading Getting around Delegated Admin Restrictions
It has been a few weeks since I posted here. Had a good Christmas break and was focused on the Canadian Powerlifting Central Championships. I did “OK”, I missed my first 2 squat attempts on depth so I had to settle for 190kg (got it on 3rd attempt with 2/3 lights). On my second attempt… Continue reading Happy New Year!