For decades printing has been relatively easy for AX users because we were running a client application. So all the normal troubleshooting techniques worked: drivers, print settings, et cetera. Now that our beloved Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (FinOps) runs as Software as a Service (Saas) we need to plan on how to handle printing as we implement the software.
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