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Hello guys, in this article, I am going to demonstrate how to change/migrate from Modern POS to Cloud POS in Dynamics 365 for Retail. Once you activate Cloud POS you can access POS directly from any web browser. However, you do need to install the Hardware station. Because CPOS runs in a browser, the application isn’t installed on the device. Instead, the browser accesses the application code from the CPOS server. Therefore, CPOS can’t directly access POS hardware or work in an offline state.
Go to all Retail stores
Click on the Register for which you want to change from MPOS to CPOS
Click on the device
In the application type Select Retail Cloud POS
Change Activation status to Pending and click on Validate devices for activation. Click Ok for all workers
Click on Cloud POS URL
Activate it using HQ user ID and password. Select appropriate store and register that you had activated on HQ which is in pending state. If it’s in activated state then it wont reactivate.
Next step is to install the Hardware station so you can connect hardware peripherals to your POS. Go to your store and scroll down to Hardware stations. Select dedicated/shared and click on download.
Run the downloaded file. It may ask you to install OPOS Common control driver from the link. Download the latest one and click next.
Enter the Retail server URL
Open IIS then go to SSL certificate
Double click on Server certificate and click on Create self signed certificate
Select the SSL certificate
Use any of the open ports or you can use 9091
All the setups are done. Now go back to the POS and click on select hardware station and pair it with the hardware device
Hope this helps!
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