Browse by Tags

  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics ERP Software License Terms for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

    Updated License terms have recently been released. When you purchase a software license for Microsoft Dynamics NAV (or Microsoft Dynamics GP) software, the terms and conditions for how you can use the software are defined in this use rights document. These software license terms apply to Microsoft Dynamics...
  • Blog Post: NAS is consuming user sessions

    When the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Server (NAS) runs under the Network Service account, the NAS may to try to repeatedly restart. In this situation, the restarts of the NAS consume user sessions. Eventually, this will cause the users to receive the following error message when they log...
  • Blog Post: More How Do I Videos for Microsoft Dynamics NAV on MSDN

    For your viewing and learning pleasure, a couple of new videos have been released and are available on MSDN. Check out the latest offerings: How Do I: Determine which granule the customer needs to use a specific function in Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 How Do I: Perform a backup of Dynamics NAV 2009...
  • Blog Post: SPLA Licenses with Dynamics Online

    If you provide hosting services for your customer and license Microsoft Dynamics NAV using a Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA), by default your customer will not have their own customer source or a VOICE account. Depending on how your customer signed up for Dynamics Online payment services,...
  • Blog Post: Running classic reports in RTC (RUNMODAL and a few other things)

    Just a few points about running classic reports from RTC, based on common support scenarios: RUNMODAL (Not possible) RTC runs classic reports (reports with no RDL Layout) by starting the report engine from a classic client. However, RTC is not able to run classic reports MODALLY. RUNMODAL as opposed...
  • Blog Post: License for Dynamics NAV 2009 RTC problem

    You do not have permission to run the ‘Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server' system. Contact your system administrator to have your permissions changed If you get this error when trying to start the RTC, it normally means it's something wrong with the licenses. Ensure that the license you are using has permission...
  • Blog Post: Basic SQL - How to create a new NAV database for restoring a NAV backup

    This post is part of " Overview of NAV-specific SQL features for application consultants ". This post describes the steps needed to create a new NAV database from a NAV backup (.fbk) file. All the steps are done from a NAV client: 1) Start a NAV client (finsql.exe), then go to File -> Database...
Page 1 of 1 (7 items)