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Alcar (Programmer) (OP)
11 Jun 07 14:24
I installed GP90 on our test server and I am having the usual "user login" problem.

I used to fix this by unchecking and checking the "Add user to company DB" option in the SQL Options Maintenance menu, but I cannot find this in GP9.

Where is it?

Daren J. Lahey
Programmer Analyst
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winthropdc (Programmer)
11 Jun 07 21:14
Hi Daren

The SQL Options window does not exist in v9.0.  Due to the changes made to strengthen Security and password encryption, those options are permanently on.  Only Dynamics GP can create logons for Dynamics GP now.

Not sure what errors you were getting, but maybe this KB will help.

https://mbs.microsoft.com/knowledgebase/KBDisplay.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;863580

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Microsoft Dynamics Support - Asia Pacific

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