As you use Dynamics AX more and more, you will find that you are sometimes using some functions from one area of the system, and then other features from another area in order to complete a task. Although everything is in the logical place, you may want to have a way to access everything at once from one menu. That’s not a problem though, you can easily create your own menu groups that meld multiple areas into one single location to make it easier to find everything that you want.
And you don’t even have to wait for lightening in order to make it come alive.
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Access to all of the roles have to be configured within Dynamics AX, but that does not mean that all of the users have to be managed there as well. If you want, you can link all of the security roles to Active Directory Groups, and then within Active Directory, when you assign the users to the groups, then Dynamics AX will automatically inherit these, even if the user is not explicitly added to the system.
Now you can manage all security access through Active Directory and simplify your security administrator’s life. Read More
There are those people that are casual users of Dynamics AX that look through the data and occasionally update it, and there are those that are always updating and tweaking the data in the system. If you are in the latter of the two groups, then you probably hate going into a form and having to click on the Edit button so that you can change the data. It may be one click, but if you are doing it thousands of times a day, then this quickly starts becoming a chore. Luckily there is a simple option that you can change that will make it so that every time you go into a form, it will automatically start in edit mode.
With all the spare time that you just got, what on earth will you do with yourself.