The future of access to Microsoft Dynamics SL is already here: web apps that are written in HTML5 and that give your staff browser-based access to view and enter data into Microsoft Dynamics SL through a tablet, smartphone, or desktop machine. These apps enable users to record time and travel expenses anytime, anywhere, and to do much more than that. The apps are intuitive and easy to use, and the interfaces are built to scale to the size of the device being used.
For each user that you want to be able to access web apps for Microsoft Dynamics SL, you must ensure that that user is associated with a project employee. You do this in the Employee and Resource Maintenance screen. Using groups can make it easier to grant access rights. You can use the Group Maintenance screen for this. You also need to set up a trusted user account, which you can do in the Trusted Web Services Account Maintenance screen.
If you use multiple servers, be sure to deploy web apps on the Microsoft Dynamics SL server. Open it, go to the Delivery folder, right-click on MicrosoftDynamicsSLWebServices, and choose “Run as administrator.” The Microsoft Dynamics SL Web Services Configuration Console opens. Most of the information in the initial screen defaults into place.
Next you’ll deploy the web apps. Right-click on MicrosoftDynamicsSLWebApps, and choose “Run as administrator.” Click Accept (for your license), and the Microsoft Dynamics SL 2015 Web Apps Configuration Console opens. When you are done with this, it will be time to assign access rights.