To help improve productivity, the new User Tasks in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 allow you to create tasks to remind you of work to be done. You can create tasks for yourself and assign tasks to others or be assigned a task by someone else in your organization. You can also set an expiration date, create a recursive task, link pages and reports.
One of the more effective, and probably completely unexpected, demos at Waldo’s and mine NAV TechDays 2018
session was the user profile picture demo. I say “completely unexpected” is that it shows something that you normally don’t expect from control add-ins. When hearing “control add-in”, most developers (but also most Microsoft people) have in mind a visual control that visualizes some data from NAV/BC and possibly allows you to interact with (C/)AL through that piece of UI.
In NAV is possible to save and publish filtered pages as VIEWS, this feature was introduced some years ago and is a very useful feature, with this feature users can extract a lot of information, you can retrieve filtered data in simple way (…reducing reporting effort).
The ps command to add single users in nav is new-navserveruser, detailed info can be found here:
As we use Docker containers internally to quickly spin up environments for reproducing bugs, delivering fixes on older releases or quickly test our application, we needed a way to easily grant access to a specific Active Directory user group. When starting a container, we want the following actions to be taken: