When you have a couple of job queue entries in your productive system, it can be helpful to have a quick look at the windows eventlog entries, which are connected to the NAV services.
Generally, when we set up Microsoft Dynamics NAV, the authentication method by default is ‘Windows’.
Windows Authentication : This method allows you to connect to NAV as the current Windows user.
Username Authentication : This method requires that the user provide a User name, Password, and Domain name. Users are authenticated using their Windows account
Windows Server 2016 released in October this year with many new and interesting capabilities. For more information, see their announcement here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/cloud-platform/windows-server
Have you been following the coffee break series of blog posts recently? Are you ready to start using Windows PowerShell? If you do not want to get started on your own development database, how about using the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 demonstration database? In this blogpost, we use Windows PowerShell to change the demonstration database into a multitenant environment.