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Dynamics Ax 2012 Security How To – Book Review

December 21, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Packt has recently come up with a Security How-To book to followup it’s Ax2012 releases.



Thanks to Packt for asking me to review their book and I appreciate the author Ahmed Mohamed Rafik Moustafa for his work.

First of all, this is not the regular books that keeps you stay away from reading by the sheer numbers of page. I like the fact that Packt is trying to come up with more shorter series that are interesting and easier to read. The security How To is a Hand book with less pages and more content. It is something that you can tap on to your smart devices, start reading on your way to meet your client and be fully prepared.

The book inclines more towards administrators and consultants but it still dedicates few of the topics to the hard core developers who double as consultants. Segregation of duties to meet Sox Compliance or similar standards was not at least a cake walk with the previous versions of Dynamics Ax. Ax 2012 has made it much easier for functional users/administrators to carry out this operation, but that also means that you need to understand this new framework.  For that matter this book can come handy to get you prepared to face this new framework.

Right now Packt is running a offer and you will be able to buy this book for a little more than a dollar and i definitely recommend that you do it, since the take away from it is worth it. Click here to buy it

Also pre-order the upcoming book on Ax2012 Services by Klass Deforche and Kenny Saelen




  1. August 27, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    Thanks!!! This book is really very useful to us please share more information on Microsoft Dynamics AX Implementation

  2. December 21, 2012 at 7:05 pm

    Thank you. Would you recommend it, at $8.49 for an eBook?

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