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Do you need to access a Microsoft Dynamics GP web client installation for a quick test or demo? Need access to a Microsoft Dynamics GP development environment? The Microsoft Dynamics GP images available in the MSDN gallery on Microsoft Azure can help. Use this image to create a virtual machine with Microsoft Dynamics GP fully configured in a matter of a few minutes. The resulting image will contain Visual Studio 2013 Premium and SQL Server 2012 Express along with the following Microsoft Dynamics GP components.
It is easy to get started. Simply sign into the Windows Azure Portal using your MSDN subscription. Activate your Windows Azure MSDN benefit if you haven’t already done so. Create a new virtual machine by selecting the Microsoft Dynamics GP gallery image of your choice. (There are currently 3 versions available: 2015, 2013 R2 and 2013.) Connect to the virtual machine and review the “Getting started with the Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Image” document on the desktop.
I recently had a chat with Azure support team and it looks like all the Dynamics GP images are no longer available on the Azure Market Place.. (used to be 3 builds available).. Do the team in Fargo plan to re-build any newer version of the Dynamics GP demo image refreshed with GP 2018R2 ?
Do you have a copy of the license agreement for the VM images? Basically I want to know if I can share the image with my Development and QA teams, and does each developer and QA team member need to have a seperate MSDN license at a specific level.
I have setup this virtual machine using this image, however I am unable to get the Web Client to work. GP appears to running ok from the client on the server. I have followed the instructions on the "Getting Started" document on the desktop , but cannot get to the web client login using the browser on the virtual machine (or outside the virtual machine). Get "This Page cannot be displayed". Is there any information on troubleshooting this?
I checked and I had a Premium with MSDN. But I checked again this afternoon and found the MSDN account finally came in and was an option. I am able to see the images without any problem. I guess it just took awhile.
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