Introducing AdvaniaGIT – SCM for Dynamics NAV

Almost two years ago we in Advania decided to start using GIT as Source Control Management (SCM).  We brought Kamil up to Iceland and we kicked off.  In Sorens session on NAVTechDays last year we demoed SourceTree as the GIT client for NAV SCM. Everything...
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Using NetTcpPortSharing for NAV Servers

I just came back from three weeks vacation yesterday.  During my vacation I had made a decision to implement Tcp Port Sharing for the Instance Administration tool used in Advania Azure. Early last year I published a function that uses the sc.exe to modify a NAV...
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Apply a Cumulative Update with Powershell

Microsoft has changed the way they ship Cumulative Updates.  Now we download the whole DVD image along with the application changes. This post is intended as additional information for New Developer Tools for Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 and Install Client and Server update with PowerShell posts. To update...
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New Developer Tools for Dynamics NAV 2013 R2

Cumulative update 9 for Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 has been released.  This new version includes a powershell tool package for developers. You can read about these tools in the NAV Team Blog, on Soren’s Blog and on Waldo’s Blog. With every CU package we get...
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Unblock downloaded files

In the process of downloading a file from an insecure location Windows blocks the file. I have had this bothering to often.  For example when I downloaded an add-in and hit an error. And more recently I downloaded a knowledge base packed and installed with...
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NAV Service Startup Type in PowerShell scripting

I have spent some time creating PowerShell scripts to solve all my installation and upgrade tasks.  I am now able to install Dynamics NAV on both local and remote computers.  I can install databases, services, clickonce distribution and web clients.  And my final task last week was to...
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