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Today we have made Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 easily available on Windows Azure with just a few clicks. The Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 image is an exclusive offer for MSDN subscribers and includes a fully functional, ready to use Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 installation including Microsoft SQL Server. The MSDN subscription gives you the well-known discounted prices and allows you to use it for development, test, and demo purposes, but not for production purposes.
Here are the steps:
When you are connected to the VM, open the Getting started with the Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Image shortcut on the desktop to start building customizations and integrations for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013.
You may also configure this image for web client use.
#IfErrolCanDoIt . . . . That's right everyone. I was able to do this!!! And If I can do it . . . anyone can do it.
Dear Does this image contain Business portal as well?
How do I subscribe ?
You need to have a "paid" MSDN subscription in order to see both the GP2013 and GP2015 images. I believe it is MSDN "Professional" . . . or something like that.
Hello - is this still available? I only see the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015
Windows Server 2012 R2 in the list.
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