Upon launching Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 we were also receiving an add-in initialization error as shown below:
Add-In Initalization Error
Since last month I wrote an article about this same issue, I wanted to make sure I kept this topic separated from the table open operation issues, even though they are directly related by the solution. As it turned out, writing permissions (or the lack thereof) on the %temp% folder caused the Dynamics Online Services application to fail as well with an add-in initialization error message. This error popped up a large window (shown above) detailing the nature of the problem. However, after re-enabling access to the %temp% folder the error no longer presented itself -- Another one bites the dust!
Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP
Maximum Global Business, LLC
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