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RE: D365 Lesson Learned

One caution that I would call out: Just because you want to implement "vanilla" don't underestimate the amount of time the project will take. The configuration, the integration, the data migration, testing, UAT, change management & training all takes a significant amount of time. Depending...


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RE: D365 Lesson Learned

We recently had a major data loss in our production environment and it revealed a hole in Microsoft's backup strategy. The data loss was related to attachments. A bug was introduced by an ISV in the spring that simply deleted all the attachments to our journal headers. This was 10s of...


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RE: D365 Lesson Learned

From an internal resourcing perspective, I would suggest assigning your best and brightest employees to the project. Additionally, I would suggest that they need to be involved fully, so their roles need to be back filled. Implementations are better if they can focus on making the right...


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RE: D365 Lesson Learned

Michael, I have an entire blog on D365FO security and how it differs from earlier versions of AX: http://d365foblog.com/ I also have a 3 part security setup series I would recommend if you are just starting out: Setting Up Security in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations – Part I – From...


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Be prepared for a lot of change management and Security issues if you have to be any form of SOX/GDRP compliant. Our business processes where our worst enemy at my last company. -- Leeann Boozer Olympic Steel Inc Bedford Hgts OH --


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