Before you can access Microsoft Dynamics NAV you should be known as a user in the NAV database. (The only exception is when there a created no users at all then everyone will be granted access with SUPER permissions.) So when you haven’t been created (in NAV) as a user you will get the following… Read More You do not have access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Verify that you have been set up as a valid user in Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
In my daily job as a Technical Consultant I regularly work with NAV and the SQL databases it’s using . I’ve seen (or set SQL) databases in the following states (in SQL Server): Read-Only The database can be set to this mode if the data shouldn’t be updated. Single User In single user mode only one… Read More SQL Server Database States
The Role Tailored Client (RTC) or Windows Client for Dynamics NAV 2016 has a different Role Center for each type of User. Everytime you start NAV this page will be your ‘starting point’. For example, if a user has the Profile ‘Order Processor’ then he or she will see the ‘Order Processor’ role center. So… Read More Configuration and personalization in NAV 2016
A few months further I’ve learned and read some new things about Powershell and also about this Cmdlet. This resultated in an improved script compared to my old post Invoke-WebRequest. I just want to share it so maybe you can benefit from it too. The script now uses the Join-Path and Split-Path Cmdlets and a… Read More Invoke-WebRequest – Download files with PowerShell – Improved script!