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How to Configure NAV Demo Virtual Machine: Part 2

By |September 21st, 2016|Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

How to Manually Configure a NAV Demo Virtual Machine in the New Azure Portal: Part 2 Yesterday I detailed the initial steps on how to create a new Azure virtual machine in Microsoft Dynamics NAV.  Today we will: Set up the DNS Name Label Add Inbound Security Rules Connect to the new virtual machine Initialize [...]

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Configure a NAV Demo Virtual Machine in Azure

By |September 20th, 2016|Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

How to Manually Configure a NAV Demo Virtual Machine in the New Azure Portal There are different ways to set up a NAV demo virtual machine. What's outlined below are detailed instructions on how to manually configure a NAV demo machine in the new Azure portal. For a more automated process check out David Worthington's [...]

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Two Ways to Create a NAV Demo Environment

By |September 20th, 2016|Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

Pluses and Minuses for Different Methods of Creating a NAV Demo Virtual Machine This likely comes as no surprise, but there are different ways to set up a NAV demo virtual machine in Azure. In today’s blog I'm going to focus on two methods, which I'll refer to as the short method and the longer [...]

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Quick Start Tips: Windows PowerShell ISE

By |July 19th, 2016|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

Quick Tips to Getting Started with Windows PowerShell ISE for Dynamics NAV I wish I had access to some quick start tips when I first started learning how to use Windows PowerShell ISE to administer Microsoft Dynamics NAV. With that in mind, this blog offers some quick tips to get you started. From here on [...]

Create New Records in NAV RapidStart Part 2

By |July 7th, 2016|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

Validating New Records in NAV RapidStart Follows Same Process As Mass Updates Hello and welcome back to our series of blogs on RapidStart in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Today we are going to review steps 6-8 as they apply to new records. We will import our Excel file into NAV, validate it, resolve any errors and [...]

Create New Records in NAV RapidStart

By |June 29th, 2016|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

Adding New Records in NAV RapidStart Follows Same Process As Mass Updates Hello and welcome back to our series of blogs on RapidStart in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. For this week’s blog, we’re going to take a short detour to add new items to the Item Card. Adding new records is similar to performing a mass [...]

Mass Updates in NAV RapidStart Step 6

By |June 14th, 2016|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

Import Excel File Into Nav and Prepare to Make Mass Changes in RapidStart Services Hello and welcome back to our blog series on how to use RapidStart Services in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. In this post we are going to work on importing the Excel file into NAV (step 6 of the 10-step process). At this [...]

Mass Updates in NAV RapidStart: Steps 1 & 2

By |May 25th, 2016|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

Get Started With Steps 1 and 2 For Mass Updates in NAV RapidStart Welcome to Part 2 in a series of blogs on how to make mass changes and additions to data in Dynamics NAV. If you missed Part 1, you can read it here. In this blog we will look at the first two [...]

Use NAV RapidStart to Make Mass Updates

By |May 18th, 2016|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

Save Time With This 10-Step Process to Using NAV RapidStart “There has to be a better way to do this,” you say, frustrated with the tediousness of manually entering the same data again and again. It would be much more convenient to make a large number of changes to multiple records in a more automatic [...]

Boost Financial Reporting For Your Nonprofit 

By |April 21st, 2016|Blog, Integration, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Microsoft Dynamics SL|

No nonprofit organization will get eager or significant donors without good financial reporting. The ability to keep close tabs on money going in and out is key to keeping the organization running smoothly. In fact, financial reporting is so important that many nonprofits using Microsoft Dynamics as their overarching ERP software are adding third-party solutions [...]