Showing posts from December, 2020

How to see what users are assigned to a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central License - Azure Active Directory admin center

 Recently I've been asked how do I know what users are assigned to a license? You can find this information within the Azure Active Directory admin center. If you're the Microsoft Partner then you'll start at step #1 and if you have access to the Azure Active Directory admin center than you can skip to step 4. Log into Microsoft Partner Center (CSP). Navigate to Customers and select the customer. Click on Service Management then Azure Active Directory.  Within the Azure Active Directory click on Licenses.  Select All products then click on the assigned # and you will be returned a list of users that have the license assigned.  Written by: Kristen Hosman, Microsoft MVP 

How to use MICR fonts in Dynamics 365 Business Central AND modify the check layout

Being able to purchase completely blank check stock for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC) is a plus, however you'll have to know how to configure the system so the MICR line prints on the check stock. Microsoft added the MICR checks functionality in early 2020 and using it can be a challenge to use if you're not familiar with modifying layouts in BC. I'll walk you through the process of being able to use this functionality. I will be showing you how to do this within my Production environment test company. I will then show you how to update your production company once you've completed your configuration and modified the check layout.  You should also test within a test company and test with your bank prior to updating in production company. If you're only modifying check layout and not using MICR line then you should be ok not testing with your bank first.  Bank Account Card First step is adding the bank account and transit numbers to the bank account ca