1. Log in to Microsoft Dynamics GP as sa user.
2. Click the Tools menu, click Setup, and then click User.
3. Click the user who is receiving the error message. Make sure that you can successfully access this user.
4. On the Tools menu, click Setup, and then click User Access.
5. Select the user who is receiving the error message. Then, click to clear the User Access check box for the new company.
6. On the Tools menu, click Setup, and then click User Access.
7. Click to select the User Access check box. Give access to the new company to the user. Do this for all users who are receiving the error message.
8. Run the Grant.sql script against the company that is experiencing the problem. Also, run the script against the DYNAMICS database.
Notes” In Microsoft SQL Server 2000, run the script in SQL Query Analyzer. In Microsoft SQL Server 2005, run the script in SQL Server Management Studio.
” The Grant.sql script is located in the following path:
%Program Files%\Microsoft Dynamics GP\SQL\Util