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Take company offline – JenKuntz.ca - 365 Community

Take company offline – JenKuntz.ca

Today’s #TipTuesday is a feature that was introduced in GP 2013 R2: taking a company offline for maintenance or other periodic routines.

What is it?

This is a feature under the Administration page > System > Utilities area. The purpose of it is simply to prevent users from logging into one or more companies so that you can be working in it exclusively. Why might you do this? The most…

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Jen Kuntz
Jen Kuntz
Jen is a self-employed Dynamics GP consultant, based in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. She is a Microsoft MVP in Business Applications (since 2016), a GPUG All-Star and a designated accountant (CPA, CGA).

Author: Jen Kuntz

Jen is a self-employed Dynamics GP consultant, based in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. She is a Microsoft MVP in Business Applications (since 2016), a GPUG All-Star and a designated accountant (CPA, CGA).

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