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Problem with creating new company

Problem with creating new company

Problem with creating new company

I just did a fresh install of dynamics with the pervasive backend and whenever I try to create a new company it says that my password file is missing.  I assume I must have screwed up the install, but does anyone know where I can get the documentation for the correct settings to setup the backend?  I have contacted our vendor and they have been charging us an arm and a leg for any type of support, and also have told me that the docs I need are only available to partners of MS.  

Any direction will help...

RE: Problem with creating new company

This file cannot be recreated. You must either delete the Dynamics directory and reinstall Dynamics to get the system password file back or restore it from a backup. This file is the SY02400.* file(s) and will be located in the DYNAMICS\SYSTEM directory. 2. If you don't have a backup and have already entered data in Dynamics, you can install Dynamics to a separate workstation or directory and then launch Dynamics Utilities. When asked for the system password, the SY02400.* files will be created at that time. Then you can just copy the file into your first DYNAMICS\SYSTEM directory.

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