You can run an integration from within Integration Manager, within Microsoft Dynamics GP, or by using the Start menu.
To be sure that users have the correct permissions to run an integration, you must use the appropriate user privileges when you run the integration for the first time. Typically, this means being part of the Administrators group or the Power Users group on Windows XP. On Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows Server 2008, it means running the integration with administrative privileges. For example, you can run the integration from the shortcut on the Start menu, select Microsoft Dynamics > Integration Manager and right-click Run Integration, and then select Run as Administrator. Refer to your operating system’s documentation for more information. When you run as an administrator, the registry and other settings are updated so other users can run integrations without permission issues.
To run the integration from within Integration Manager, choose Run from the Integration Manager toolbar. You also can right-click an item in the Integration window and choose Run Integration.
To run an integration directly from within Microsoft Dynamics GP, start tMicrosoft Dynamics GP and close all the windows. Choose Tools > Integrate > Run Integration. The Run Integration window opens. Use this window to select and run an existing integration.
To run the integration from the Start menu, choose Start > Programs > Microsoft Dynamics > Integration Manager > Run Integration. The Run Integration window opens. Select the integration to run, and click Run.