NAV 2017 with Office 365 and Sharepoint Integration


Recently i found some questions in Microsoft Dynamics Community about these two topics: Office 365 and Sharepoint Integration with NAV. Some time ago, i talked about Azure deployment, take a look at my old post “ALL” about “Deploying Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Windows Azure” NAV 2015
https://robertostefanettinavblog.com/2015/07/23/all-about-deploying-microsoft-dynamics-nav-on-windows-azure/ ; now i would like to talk about Dynamics NAV with Office 365 and Sharepoint Integration

Best goals:
Dynamics NAV with:
– Office 365 Integration
– Sharepoint Online Integration
– “Complete Demo Environment of Dynamics NAV 2017” – Azure

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Image from Freddy Blog

Existing powershell scripts “ready to go”
Powershell Scripts are existing and ready to use, you can find these scripts in Dynamics NAV DVD Image folders or in c:\DEMO\ for Dynamics NAV Azure Images deployments (the folders will be created directly by images).
Example : Files are located in: “D:\Dynamics.100.W1.2087091.DVD\WindowsPowerShellScripts\NAVOffice365Administration\ or in  c:\DEMO\ for NAV 2017 Azure Images.

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A List of “Suggested” Links
Below a list of suggested links to achieve correct installation\configuration for a complete NAV 2017 Demo Environment with Office 365 and SharePoint Integration. Best Links (from my opinion) are available on Freddy Blog, note that all links from Freddy are free to use (not under NDA or only for Partners…), very useful for ALL people.

 

AZURE

About Azure Images
The Microsoft Dynamics NAV Image in the Azure Gallery
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/freddyk/2016/11/05/the-microsoft-dynamics-nav-image-in-the-public-azure-gallery/

One NAV 2017 on Azure – Loaded please…
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/freddyk/2016/11/19/one-nav-2017-on-azure-loaded-please/

Azure DEMO scripts Deployment Gallery Image NAV NAV 2017
navdemodeploy – under the hood https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/freddyk/2016/11/20/httpaka-msnavdemodeploy-under-the-hood/

Setup your NAV 2017 DEMO environment
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/freddyk/2016/11/19/one-nav-2017-on-azure-loaded-please/#setup
http://aka.ms/navdemodeploy

Azure DEMO scripts Deployment
http://aka.ms/navdemodeploy – using PowerShell
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/freddyk/2016/11/19/httpaka-msnavdemodeploy-using-powershell/

DYNAMICS NAV 2016 VM ON MICROSOFT AZURE
http://thinkaboutit.be/2015/10/dynamics-nav-vm-on-microsoft-azure/

 

OFFICE 365

About Office 365 Integration

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GITHUB NAV 2017
https://github.com/NAVDEMO/NAV2017

Folder DEMO/O365 Integration

On Partnersource
Install O365 integration – DEMO Install Script (NAV 2016)
http://Aka.ms/DemoNAV
https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/global/readiness-training/readiness-training-news/DemoNAV

Configure the Outlook/Office Add-in
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/freddyk/2016/11/19/one-nav-2017-on-azure-loaded-please/#configuringoutlook

VIDEOS
GREAT VIDEOS – “HOW DO I” NAV 2017 Office 365 Integrations

How Do I: Bring your Microsoft Dynamics NAV Demo Instance in Office 365
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/nav/dn921913

“How Do I” configure the outlook add in
https://community.dynamics.com/nav/b/navvideos/archive/2017/01/12/how-do-i-configure-the-outlook-add-in-for-microsoft-dynamics-nav-2017

“How Do I” Configure the Excel Add-in in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017
https://community.dynamics.com/nav/b/navvideos/archive/2016/11/17/how-do-i-configure-the-excel-add-in-in-microsoft-dynamics-nav-2017

“How Do I” Synchronize my Microsoft Dynamics NAV contacts with Office 365
https://community.dynamics.com/nav/b/navvideos/archive/2016/12/13/how-do-i-synchronize-my-microsoft-dynamics-nav-contacts-with-office-365

 

SHAREPOINT

About Sharepoint Integration
SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics NAV – best topics

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From MSDN Online:

“If you set up a SharePoint site, you can add Microsoft Dynamics NAV as an app to the site so that the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client opens when the user chooses an icon. Then, you can add web parts that show Microsoft Dynamics NAV data, such as a list of sales invoices with overdue payments. Users can drill down into the data and the web parts will open the relevant page in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client when the user chooses an icon or a link.”

Links
Access NAV 2017 via a SharePoint Portal
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/freddyk/2016/11/19/one-nav-2017-on-azure-loaded-please/#sharepoint

Integrating Microsoft Dynamics NAV in SharePoint Sites
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271706(v=nav.90).aspx

Developing and Installing a Microsoft Dynamics NAV Apps for SharePoint
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271653(v=nav.90).aspx

Troubleshooting: Microsoft Dynamics NAV and SharePoint
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn414712(v=nav.90).aspx

Dynamics Navision 2015 Integration with SharePoint Online and office O365 – How to embed Dynamics Navision 2015 Pages into SharePoint Online
http://www.softwareanswers.co.uk/software_answers/2014/11/dynamics-navision-2015-integration-with-sharepoint-online-and-office-o365-how-to-embed-dynamics-navision-2015-pages-into-sh.html

OFFICE 365 INTEGRATION IN NAV 2015 – Word/Excel/SharePoint by ksdconsultancy
https://ksdconsultancy.blog/2015/07/08/office-365-integration-in-nav-2015-wordexcelsharepoint/

Have a nice integration.

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Load Data into NAV using C/AL and Powershell (SQL From NAV Part I)


Load Data into NAV using C/AL & Powershell

powershell cAL 

Sample Scenario

“Read distributed data from Sql Server and load a data warehouse using NAV C/AL with Powershell integration”

If you need to retrieve (and aggregate) data from more than ONE company or from more than ONE database , in NAV you can use “SQL Server Views” objects mapped as “NAV linked objects”.

… but if don’t want to use NAV Linked objects (SQL Tables or SQL View because is complex and time consuming to managing with many companies\many databases or because you don’t’ want to consume NAV tables for linked objects) and you don’t like “.net integrations” or utilization of external applications, you can use Powershell in NAV (and outside NAV certainly…)

You can achieve this goal using a Hybrid Methods to load data into NAV from different sources

  • Read data from Powershell
  • Write Data\Processing in NAV with C/AL Coding

You can use two functions by Waldo to do this:

  • Powershell Wrapper for NAV C/AL function
  • Invoke-NAVSQL function

Scenario

  • Use good Waldo function to launch powershell fro NAV (after this you can schedule on NAV NAS load data process) – PowerShell Wrapper
  • Read Sql Views from Powershell using Waldo Invoke-NAVSQL’ function
  • Write into NAV table using C/AL logic & data validations mixing C/AL and Powershell commands.

NB: Powershell consumes a concurrent user.

Details about these good functions by Waldo

“How-to” use powershell in NAV (NAV Powershell Wrapper)

“How- to” load data into NAV with Powershell? (Invoke-NAVSQL)

Example

Get all companies, and get the customers of the first company:

$Mycompanies = Invoke-NAVSql -ServerInstance ‘dynamicsNAV90’ -SQLCommand ‘Select * From Company’

$Customers = $Mycompanies |

select -First 1 |

foreach{ Invoke-NAVSQL -ServerInstance ‘dynamicsNAV90’ -SQLCommand “select * from [$($_.Name)$(‘$Customer’)]” -ShowWriteHost }

$Customers | select ‘No_’, Name, ‘Credit Limit (LCY)’ | Format-Table –AutoSize

ALL Source links:

http://www.waldo.be/2014/12/17/running-powershell-from-nav/

http://mibuso.com/downloads/running-powershell-in-nav

http://www.waldo.be/2016/06/08/invoke-navsql-execute-sql-queries-on-nav-databases-with-powershell/

https://github.com/waldo1001/Cloud.Ready.Software.PowerShell/blob/master/PSModules/Cloud.Ready.Software.NAV/SQL/Invoke-NAVSQL.ps1

Some links about Powershell “cmdlets” for NAV


Some links about Powershell “cmdlets” for NAV

CMDLETS” IN NAV

The cmdlets are available in two Windows PowerShell modules: Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Administration Shell and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Development Shell.

  • The Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Administration Shell includes cmdlets for administering the Microsoft Dynamics NAV deployment, such as adding and configuring Microsoft Dynamics NAV server instances, databases, and users. Also included are cmdlets for administering extension packages. The Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Administration Shell is installed with the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server.
  • The Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Development Shell includes cmdlets for merging and modifying application object files. Also included are cmdlets for creating extension packages. The Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Development Shell is installed with the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Environment.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh166599(v=nav.90).aspx

“ALL” about CMDLETS LINKS

A list of bestlinks about cmdlets in NAV 2016 (MSDN)

Administration Cmdlets for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj672916(v=nav.90).aspx

Development Cmdlets for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn789712(v=nav.90).aspx

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows PowerShell Cmdlets

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh166599(v=nav.90).aspx

Comparing and Merging Application Object Source Files

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn789581(v=nav.90).aspx

Administration Cmdlets for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Extensions

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt584148(v=nav.90).aspx

Development Cmdlets for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Extensions

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt584152(v=nav.90).aspx

Changes to Microsoft Dynamics NAV Cmdlets From Previous Release

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn951485(v=nav.90).aspx

Exporting and Importing Companies and Other Data

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn789595(v=nav.90).aspx

Others nice links below:

Guida introduttiva a Windows PowerShell

https://msdn.microsoft.com/powershell/scripting/getting-started/getting-started-with-windows-powershell

Sample Windows PowerShell Scripts for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271676(v=nav.90).aspx

Managing Dynamics NAV with PowerShell

http://www.softwareanswers.co.uk/software_answers/2014/09/managing-dynamics-nav-with-powershell.htm

About Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Development Shell

CMDLETS LIST

For a complete list of cmdlets:

  • Get-Command -Module Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Model.Tools, Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Apps.Tools, Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Apps.Management

 

Cms Type Name
Function Compile-NAVApplicationObject
Function Create-NAVDatabase
Function Delete-NAVApplicationObject
Function Export-NAVApplicationObject
Function Import-NAVApplicationObject
Function Invoke-NAVDatabaseConversion
Cmdlet Compare-NAVApplicationObject
Cmdlet Export-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage
Cmdlet Export-NAVAppPermissionSet
Cmdlet Get-NAVAppInfo
Cmdlet Get-NAVApplicationObjectProperty
Cmdlet Get-NAVAppManifest
Cmdlet Get-NAVAppTenant
Cmdlet Import-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage
Cmdlet Install-NAVApp
Cmdlet Join-NAVApplicationObjectFile
Cmdlet Join-NAVApplicationObjectLanguageFile
Cmdlet Merge-NAVApplicationObject
Cmdlet New-NAVAppManifest
Cmdlet New-NAVAppManifestFile
Cmdlet New-NAVAppPackage
Cmdlet New-NAVCrmTable
Cmdlet Publish-NAVApp
Cmdlet Remove-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage
Cmdlet Repair-NAVApp
Cmdlet Set-NAVApplicationObjectProperty
Cmdlet Set-NAVAppManifest
Cmdlet Split-NAVApplicationObjectFile
Cmdlet Split-NAVApplicationObjectLanguageFile
Cmdlet Test-NAVApplicationObjectLanguage
Cmdlet Uninstall-NAVApp
Cmdlet Unpublish-NAVApp
Cmdlet Update-NAVApplicationObject

MY FAVORITE COMMANDS: “JOIN & SPLIT”

JOIN

Join-navapplicationobjectfile (SINGLE FILE CREATION COMMAND (CREATION WITH FIRST CHECK SYNTAX IN “JOIN” COMMAND)

System stops single “file merging procedure” if any error is ecountered during converting process; system make a first check objects structure during this process.

Command

PS C:> cd E:MERGEPages

PS E:MERGEPages> Join-navapplicationobjectfile -source ‘E:MERGEPages*.txt’ –destination ‘E:MERGEPagesPages_OutPages_OutMerged.txt’

SAMPLE OUTPUT

SAMPLE ERROR

“WARNING: E:MERGEPagesPAG12133.TXT (252,28) = expected.”

-a— 08/07/2016 10:28 147645 Pages_OutMerged.txt

IF FILE EXIST….

Overwrite?

E:MERGEPagesSplitFilesPagesPAG12190.TXT

[Y] Yes [A] Yes to All [N] No [L] No to All [S] Suspend [?] Help (default is “Y”):a

Well done > File correctly created after syntax parsing.

SPLIT

Split-navapplicationobjectfile (SPLIT FILES CREATION COMMAND (WITH FIRST CHECK SYNTAX IN “SPLIT” COMMAND)

System stops single “file merging procedure” if any error is ecountered during converting process; system make a first check objects structure during this process.

Command

PS C:Windowssystem32> Split-navapplicationobjectfile –source ‘E:MERGEPagesMergedFilesPages_OutMerged_12000.txt’ –destination ‘E:MERGEPagesSplitFilesPages12000_Split’

SAMPLE OUTPUT

SCM (Source Control Management) with NAV


SCM (Source Control Management) with NAV

do you need to use NAV with SCM (Source control Management) integration ?

…you can use two applications to reach this goal.

– Visual Studio Online (and team foundation server) (free for 5 users)

https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/products/visual-studio-team-services-pricing-vs.aspx

– GIT (free and open source)

https://www.git-scm.com/about/free-and-open-source

You can find a script on codeplex for using GIT and NAV (integration with TFS and GIT) …. and Others nice free scripts at links below (always on codeplex repository)

1) NAV Powershell scripts and TFS Build Template

https://navscripts.codeplex.com/

2) TFS Build Template for GIT repository

https://navscripts.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=TFS%20Build%20Template&referringTitle=Home

Some parts of the scripts are based on work (Waldo) see http://www.waldo.be/tag/powershell/

Some parts are based on PowerShell scripts from module “Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Ide” made by Microsoft people.

My GIT@  https://github.com/rstefanetti   https://github.com/rstefanetti/NAV_SQL

Proactive Monitoring with Task Scheduler | Dynamics NAV Team Blog


“Proactive Monitoring with Task Scheduler”, very nice post by NAV Team.

Here in Part V of  the “Monitoring and Admin” coffee breaks, we will schedule a Windows PowerShell script with these two purposes:

  • Check for heartbeat (check if Dynamics NAV is still running), and
  • Check for a threshold value, for example MEM or CPU exceeding a max value

Source and read all @ Coffee Break: Proactive Monitoring with Task Scheduler | Dynamics NAV Team Blog

Powershell Script to create a “Self-Signed Certificate” that works on Dynamics NAV Ipad APP


Roberto Stefanetti NAV Blog

Powershell Script to create a “Self-Signed Certificate” that works on Dynamics NAV Ipad APP

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PURPOSE

Automated scripts (with Powershell) to create a self-signed certificate usable for Dynamics NAV App on Ipad (if you haven’t a Real Commercial Verified Certificate)

This “Powershell automation Script” is based on manual procedure existing in this post How to get Microsoft Dynamics NAV for tablets to connect using a self-signed certificate” by NAV Team Blog and also based on some scripts by Duilio Tacconi of Microsoft Support Emea. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nav/archive/2014/10/09/how-to-get-microsoft-dynamics-nav-for-tablets-to-connect-using-a-self-signed-certificate.aspx

STEP 1:REQUIREMENTS FOR USE PRE-USE CERTIFICATE “SELF-SIGNED” – Best Practice Microsoft  suggest  to use a valid certificate (ex: Purchased from Verisign) – Suggested (but not mandatory) is to install at least the cumulative NAV Update 8 2015 (CU8), it needs to use better management of self-signed certificate (unofficial, not from Vendor).

STEP 2:ELIMINATION OF CERTIIFICATES NOT ALREADY WORKING AND IMPORTED ON…

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Automate backup on SQL Express and Send Mail Powershell Script


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Sql Server Backup Automation and send-email
Solution to automate backup on SQL Express and send mail based on first Microsoft SQL BackupScript “sp_SQLBackupDatabases”

Scheduling
NB: SQL Server Agent “is not available” on this SQL release
You can schedule jobs with standard “Windows Jobs“ !

How System Works:
3 Objectsd based procedure:
1) batch file > SQL-Backup.bat (Execute ALL Procedure)
2) backup procedure > SP_SQLBackupDatabase.sql (original Microsoft SQL Backup Script)
3) Send mail > Send-email.ps1 (a send email routine based on Powershell Script)

Example:
sqlcmd -U sa -P xxxx -S .\SQL2012EXPRESS -Q “EXEC sp_SQLBackupDatabases @backupLocation = ‘C:\SQLBackups\’, @backupType = ‘F’”

Original Microsoft Solution: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2019698

MSDN Post Link https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Automate-backup-on-SQL-21eb452d
Download link https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Automate-backup-on-SQL-21eb452d/file/142818/1/SQL-BackupEmail.zip

Upgrading to NAV 2015 and automation with Powershell


Nice updated pages on MSDN about “Upgrading to NAV 2015 and automation with Powershell Scripts”

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Upgrade

To upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, you must complete the following main steps: 1) Convert the database, 2) Upgrade the code, 3) Upgrade the data  https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271649(v=nav.80).aspx

Convert the database https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271650(v=nav.80).aspx

Upgrading the Application Code https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271652(v=nav.80).aspx

Comparing and Merging Application Object Source Files https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn789581(v=nav.80).aspx

Merging Application Objects using the Example Scripts https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn762354(v=nav.80).aspx

Upgrading the Data https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271668(v=nav.80).aspx

Powershell

Automating the Upgrade Process using Sample Windows PowerShell Scripts  https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn414687(v=nav.80).aspx

NAV 2015, “How-to” solve “You are not authorized to sign in..” error


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How to login in “any database”

Follow this and you can login in any database (delete ALL existing configuration and can login)

Source Waldo Blog  http://dynamicsuser.net/blogs/waldo/archive/2012/12/05/nav-2013-how-to-log-in-any-database.aspx

By SQL Script > Grant SUPER to Role ID in Access control table

There are 2 ways for your case, run SQL script on your database:

1. Come back to no user as before you create the user:

DELETE [Access Control]

DELETE [User]

2. Set all users as SUPER users:

UPDATE [Access Control] SET [Role ID] = ‘SUPER’

Source https://community.dynamics.com/nav/f/34/p/166672/408485#408485

by “PowerShell”, nice RESCUE Solution

1. Start the NAV 2015 Administration Shell or Powershell ISE

2. Execute the command:

  1. NewNAVServerUser ServerInstance YOURINSTANCENAME WindowsAccount YOURUSERACCOUNT

(of course replace the ‘YOUR…’ with your data 😀  ; probably YOURINSTANVCE should be: DynamicsNAV80 )

3. Execute the command:

  1. NewNAVServerUserPermissionSet ServerInstance YOURINSTANCENAME WindowsAccount YOURUSERACCOUNT PermissionSetID SUPER

Source https://community.dynamics.com/nav/f/34/p/166672/408485#408485

NAV MSDN Bible

You can find info on assigning permissions here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd338839(v=nav.80).aspx

And also general info on creating users here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd355093(v=nav.80).aspx

Source https://community.dynamics.com/nav/f/34/p/166672/408485#408485

Have Fun !

Powershell Script to create a “Self-Signed Certificate” that works on Dynamics NAV Ipad APP


Powershell Script to create a “Self-Signed Certificate” that works on Dynamics NAV Ipad APP

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PURPOSE

Automated scripts (with Powershell) to create a self-signed certificate usable for Dynamics NAV App on Ipad (if you haven’t a Real Commercial Verified Certificate)

This “Powershell automation Script” is based on manual procedure existing in this post How to get Microsoft Dynamics NAV for tablets to connect using a self-signed certificate” by NAV Team Blog and also based on some scripts by Duilio Tacconi of Microsoft Support Emea. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nav/archive/2014/10/09/how-to-get-microsoft-dynamics-nav-for-tablets-to-connect-using-a-self-signed-certificate.aspx

STEP 1: REQUIREMENTS FOR USE PRE-USE CERTIFICATE “SELF-SIGNED” – Best Practice Microsoft  suggest  to use a valid certificate (ex: Purchased from Verisign) – Suggested (but not mandatory) is to install at least the cumulative NAV Update 8 2015 (CU8), it needs to use better management of self-signed certificate (unofficial, not from Vendor).

STEP 2: ELIMINATION OF CERTIIFICATES NOT ALREADY WORKING AND IMPORTED ON IPAD

  • First, if you have already created certificates for use with App and these don’t work, remove them all using the console:

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STEP 3: PROCEDURE FOR CREATING A NEW SELF-SIGNED CERTIFICATE – This procedure must be used after the installation of Navision Server. CREATION (BUILD) OF NEW CERTIFICATE – This procedure creates / uses a new self-signed certificate – Unzip the file with everything you need (KIT PRE-EXISTING available to Deploy NAV on AZURE), put in the default example C:\Certificates\Initialize\Initialize\”

 Initialize Standard.ZIP File

initalize

cert2

This file has been modified to the case: “Self-Signed Certificate tested on iPad App” (was commented on what is not needed in our test case environment and changed the parameters)   Open the file with Powershell ISE as administrator (Run as administrator) and check the settings and make changes if necessary.

SCRIPT:  InstallCert.ps1 , SCRIPT :Certificate.Ps1

Download Powershell Scripts Form here:  POWERSHELL FILES CERTIFICATE  or from my GITHUB Branch “Self-Signed-Certificate” https://github.com/rstefanetti/Powershell/tree/Self-Signed-Certificate

 “POWERSHELL ISE” SAMPLES SCREENS

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pw2

pw3

STEP 4:  Running the file “InstallCert.ps1”

  • From line to line with F8 (debug) in powershell ISE so if there are errors you can understand and correct, or run the entire script with F5 if you are unsure.

STEP 5: INPUT PARAMETERS Two parameters are requested:

  • The first (Default Login)

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-The second: (NAV Server: press enter taking one proposed)

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The script stops and restarts the services, once finished, take the certificate and send it on iPad (example à send to email) STEP 6: INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE ON IPAD -Click on the file in the mail and follow the installation procedure on Ipad. STEP 7: LAUNCH DYNAMICS NAV APP -Finished open “Dynamics NAV App” and enter the address

“To Run” Dynamics NAV Ipad App

  • Download Ipad App : Dynamics NAV from App Store
<li><b>Install Certificate on Ipad (Double Click on .CER File)</b><strong> </strong></li>
<li>Run Ipad App and set <strong>NAV Server Link</strong> : <strong>EXAMPLE </strong><a href="https://navserver.cloudapp.net/DynamicsNAV80/WebClient">https://navserver.cloudapp.net/DynamicsNAV80/WebClient</a></li>
<li>Insert username e password User: NAV (DOMAIN\User) PWD:  PasswordBINGO !</li>

BINGO ! …. Have a nice Day !