Today’s #TipTuesday post is another Web Client/User Setup post. This one is a bit simpler than my last few, and it’s really just explaining what the Web Client User Only tickbox is for and what happens if you mark that on a user that already has a SQL login.
Here’s my next #TipTuesday post, which is somewhat of a follow up on another post a few days ago about Web Client & Account Level Security. In that article, I described a couple of bugs that are really authentication related that prevent using Account Level Security (ALS) in the Web Client. That bug is predicated on one assumption: that you’re using the default Windows authentication to log into Web Client.
So, I learned some interesting and unfortunate news today. You see, I’ve been troubleshooting an odd issue with the GP 2016 Web Client. We’re in the early stages of upgrading from Dynamics GP 2013 to GP 2016. The news? The GP Web Client doesn’t play nicely if Account Level Security is enabled in a given company.
What’s somewhat fascinating to me is no one I’ve talked to has ever heard of this yet we are on the 4th version of the web client with GP 2018! I guess that tells me that Account Level Security is not widely adopted by clients using Web Client.
A continuation of the first part of my articles on the GP 2013 Web Client, this goes through some of the other training things that were covered that are installation related. Some of the things in this article are:
Tuesday was the unofficial first day of the conference for me with the agenda being one of two things for those who chose to come a day early. There was a sales presentation for those on the business development side and there was technical training on the web client for the rest of us.
Generally you have to pay for training but due to the importance of this product release and the new content, Microsoft put this training on for free – which was awesome. They really want to make sure the Partner channel is informed and ready for the web client specifically, and understand the “stack” dependencies to be able to troubleshoot it when it does release.
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