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This week on the Dynamics 365 Business Central blog roundup:
- Period-end closing procedures in Dynamics 365 Business Central: a convenient checklist to make it efficient
- Import-NAVEncryptionKey: cannot establish a connection to the SQL Server database, NAV, and Business Central SQL authentication
- A different way to support item exchanges and replacements
- The human resource module in D365BC
Period-end closing procedures Dynamics 365 Business Central: a convenient checklist to make it efficient
Writing on the ArcherPoint blog, Crystal Tollison noted that one of her favorite features in Dynamics 365 Business Central is the period close or year-end process.
You can continue working into the next period as if it were any normal day while the bean counters do their thing with closing the prior period.
Tollison explained that you have determine what tasks your company must complete to declare the period closed and use that as your closing checklist. She noted that the list is determined by which parts of the system you’re using.
She then provided a list that can help you build your own customized list for your company’s processes.
Import-NAVEncryptionKey: cannot establish a connection to the SQL Server database, NAV or Business Central SQL authentication
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