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GP 2010 - PSTL

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I need to install the PSTL so that we can use the RM Unapply feature.  I have the code from our partner but where do I extract it to?  I have done this before when we were in GP 10 but the PSTL didn't migrate over.  Where do I extract the files to?  I tried extracting to C:\Program Files (x86)\Dynamics GP\GP 2010  but that didn't work

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The files need to be extracted to the folder you have GP installed in. If you're not sure where that is, you can right click on the shortcut for GP, choose Properties and click on Open File Location (that's on Windows 7, but it should be something similar on other operating systems).

Once the files are extracted, right click on the GP shortcut and choose 'Run as administrator' so that it can properly add the chunk file to the GP code. Click "Yes" on the message to add new code. Once you're at the login window, you can cancel, then log into GP normally (without 'Run as administrator'). Follow the installation steps in the user guide (PDF inside the zip file) to complete updating the SQL objects for PSTL.
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I found the answer...
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I wasn't running as Administrator!!  Thanks!!
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