Users Express Frustration with Managing Security Roles in Microsoft Dynamics GP 10

In its introduction to new features in Dynamics GP 10, Microsoft tells users, "you can be confident in the integrity and confidentiality of critical information with improved security features."

But if you listen to users in large organizations, especially public companies with Sarbanes-Oxley security requirements, there are concerns that the improvements aren't what all these users would have liked. In a session last week sponsored by the GP User Group on managing security roles in Microsoft Dynamics GP 10, two users expressed frustration with the newest version of GP on the reporting end.

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