Uninstall MPOS – “Mordern POS exists for other users on this computer”

While testing MPOS changes I had to do an uninstall on my laptop. But every time I tried to uninstall it told me that there was an error and it couldn’t complete the uninstall and that I should contact the administrator.

And then it reappeared in the list of installed apps.

Trying to run the Uninstall-RetailModernPOS.ps1 gave a hint of what’s wrong:

uninstall MPOS.PNG

You’ll usually find the script around here:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics 365\70\Retail Modern POS\Tools\

There might be some clever way of fixing this, but in order to move forward I did a quick’n’dirty and not recommended way of fixing it:

Remove the check …

Edit the script by commenting out this line:

Comment quick fix.PNG

This is not recommended and definitely not in a production environment and I do not take any responsibility for any undesired outcome of this. But it did the trick for getting me forward.

Please note, that this doesn’t take away the error. So when you uninstall the next time it’ll still throw the error at you until you once again remove the check.

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Table browser in Dynamics 365

Normally when I need the table browser in Dynamics 365 I use a Chrome extension called “Table Browser Caller for D365FO“. Often you end up working in Incognito mode when having to access environments with a different AAD account. That requires you to make it available in Incognito mode:

Extensions

BUT … what the extension does isn’t magic. What it does however is offering a very easy approach to building an URL that I never can remember. And when working in a browser without that extension you can write the URL change yourselve. So I figured that if I wrote it here I might remember it better or at least help somebody else remember it.

Add this to the URL to get the table browser: &mi=SysTableBrowser&TableName=. This will give you something like this:

Table_browser

Notice, that the table browser is being changed in a couple of areas compared to AX 2012. This means that changing data through the table browser is not allowed in production environments for example. Nice in regards to data consistency, but missed when having to dirty-fix data. 🙂