Sage Payroll: No Updates were installed

Occasionally, you may find that Sage Payroll "Software Update" will continue to prompt for an update that has been installed previously. After hitting "Install Now", you get a further notification that "No Updates Were Installed". The next time you start payroll, it will repeat the whole process again! Fixing this is easy enough. Just delete … Continue reading Sage Payroll: No Updates were installed

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SAGE 2010: Adding a Custom Menu Item

Each Sage 2010 User is associated with one or more "Roles". Users with multiple roles can use "Switch Configuration" from the Sage 200 File Menu to choose the most appropriate one. It is the "Role" (set within Sage System Administration) that determines the Menu Items they are presented with. In Order to add a New … Continue reading SAGE 2010: Adding a Custom Menu Item

Windows 7; Sage Construction and Outlook 2010 Incompatibilities

Many applications that purport to run on Windows 7 often require UAC (User Access Control) to be disabled or additional privileges to be given to Standard Users. I had reasonable success running the latest version of Sage Construction (v14) on a Windows 7 Workstation, until one of the users attempted to Email a Report from … Continue reading Windows 7; Sage Construction and Outlook 2010 Incompatibilities

Sage 200 Suite 2010: Web Service Enhancements 3.0

I recently had some difficulties installing Sage 2010 on Windows 7 (32 Bit). A couple of machines were complaining about Microsoft Web Services Enhancements (see Screen Shot). It’s easy enough to resolve. Install “WSE 3.0 Runtime” from the WSE3_0 Folder on the Sage 2010 CD before running the Sage 2010 Setup Routine. Note: it is … Continue reading Sage 200 Suite 2010: Web Service Enhancements 3.0