Dynamics AX 2012 Barebones Configuration Guide #2 – Configuring An Organization Within Dynamics AX 2012 Is Available

Over the weekend I worked managed to finish off the second book within my Barebones Configuration Guide series that focuses on the initial Organization configuration and setup that you would need to do if you were setting up a system from scratch. This short (105 page) guide includes the following topics:


  • Initialize the Organizations Number Sequences
  • Importing Address Zip Code, City, State & County Components
  • Configuring The Global Address Book Properties
  • Configuring Default Address Books
  • Configure Working Time Templates
  • Configuring Your Organizational Calendar
  • Creating A Default Email Template
  • Configuring Your Default Workflow Parameters
  • Configure The Alert Notification Parameters


  • Adding an Address to the Legal Entity
  • Adding A Logo To Your Legal Entity

If you are interested in taking a look here are the link on Amazon:

Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KOWVCO2/


This is the foundation book for all of the books within the Dynamics AX 2012 Barebones Configuration Guides series that aims to show how easy it is to configure Dynamics AX 2012 from scratch. The basic series is going to comprise of 6 books that will build on each other:

And the full list of books in the series will be:

  1. Configuring A Basic Test System
  2. Configuring the Organization
  3. Configuring General Ledger
  4. Configuring Cash Management
  5. Configuring Accounts Receivable
  6. Configuring Accounts Payable
  7. Configuring Product Management
  8. Configuring Inventory Management
  9. Configuring Purchasing
  10. Configuring Sales Order Management
  11. Configuring Human Resources
  12. Configuring Transportation Management
  13. Configuring Production Control
  14. Configuring Sales & Marketing
  15. Configuring Service Management
  16. Configuring Project Management
  17. Configuring Budgeting

As you get to the later guides you will be able to choose your own adventure as you learn all of the different features of Dynamics AX.

The next book in the series will be for the General Ledger, and is currently over 500 pages in length, but I’m updating it to the R3 so it will be a couple of weeks before that is released.

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