In my daily job I need to regularly create Application Pools in IIS Manager for our innovative products (portal software which integrates with our Dynamics Add-on for example). If you just need to create one that’s an easy and quick job. However sometimes I need to create at least 8 application pools! Ofcourse this is… Read More Create Application Pools and Websites via PowerShell
Since the introduction of NAV 2016 the Windows Client is now also 64 bit just like the NAV Server. When you install the ‘Role Tailored Client’ from the NAV DVD you will now get 2 Windows Client executables: 32 bits version: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\90\RoleTailored Client\Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Client.exe Use this client if your NAV partner is using 32… Read More New 64 bits Dynamics NAV Client!
Sometimes when installing a new NAV version for a customer I experience problems like a service tier which won’t start. Based on examination of the error in the Application Error log I will then use Telnet to check whether a port is opened or not. Steps: First install Telnet. By default this feature isn’t installed.… Read More How to use telnet to check for open ports
The ‘Mainstream Support End Date’ for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 has ended on 1/13/2015. As you already may know you can find this info on Microsoft Lifecycle Policy. All supported Products are listed here alphabetically and you can check the Lifecycle information per product. Really useful and easy to find info. So Microsoft Dynamics… Read More Running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 on Microsoft SQL Server 2016