Today I would like to share a mini tip of Business Central, how to generate a strong password with Business Central.
First, what is a strong password? It is long unique password, contains uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
Source : Dynamics 365 Lab
If you want to ensure the security of your accounts, an option is to use randomly generated passwords for each account together with a password manager tool (for example I use lastpass). In this way you will need to remember only one password (for the password manager account) and you can use very strong random passwords, that you don’t have to remember, for the rest of accounts.
Bron : Andrei Lungu
I needed to hash some passwords in NAV. I turned to my blog (via a trip to Google) and found my old article on the subject, great!
That was a good solution for NAV2016 and NAV2017, but with the War-On-DotNet, I didn’t want to add more DotNet usage to NAV2018. So I remembered the Cal-Open-Library where codeunit 1266 has received a lot of attention from different people, and I was right, codeunit 1266 has the same functionality already available:
Bron : Hougaard.com
Today I was working with my fellow MVP Arend Jan Kauffmann to install his Office 365 integration he showed in our session at NAVTechDays at one of my customers.
This customer has their own application builder license and to our surprise we got this error message.
Bron : Mark Brummel
By Bogdana Botez at Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen This pattern is supported starting from Microsoft Dynamics NAV version 2016. Abstract Protect data like passwords, social security numbers, credit card numbers etc by encrypting it and by placing it in a single table with restricted access.
Bron : Dynamics NAV Team Blog
This video demonstrates how to implement passwords encryption to protect sensitive data in Microsoft Dynamic NAV. The demonstration covers the following steps:
Bron : Think about IT
The Dynamics NAV application provides two types of authentication methods to log in to the database, as explained next.
Bron : Allcomputers.us