Project Description
Create customer's user acceptance testing configuration backup and restore them after a data refresh.

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/axinthefield/ax-data-refresh-with-powershell/

Dynamics AX Environment Refresh (RFR) using PowerShell.

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DESCRIPTION
Create customer's user acceptance testing configuration backup and restore them after a data refresh.

NOTES
File Name: RFR-DynamicsRefresh.ps1
Author: Bruno Ferreti
Prerequisite: PowerShell for SQL Server Modules (SQLPS)

Last edited Dec 1, 2016 at 3:19 AM by bferreti, version 6