Port Sharing with NAV2013

As you might know, installing NAV2009 isn’t painless. Or at least .. that’s my idea of it. The NAV-typical “beauty of simplicity” is hard to find… you have to do quite a lot to have it successfully installed: Use service accounts Set up delegation / registering SPN’s Handle the Query Notification …. What I always …

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NAVTechDays 2012: Final thoughts

It’s more than a week already .. so shame on me for not reporting back to you earlier. And the reason is obvious: work work work. But hey, finally an evening I can spend on writing on some blogs that I have been meaning to write for quite a while now. But first things first: …

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How to download NAV 2013 RTM – Use InPrivate browsing

Since yesterday, it’s possible to download NAV 2013 (like mentioned in my previous post). Although, there seemed to be some problems. Many people (amongst me) were not able to download it. They stumbled upon the same error I mentioned in my post: MBS File Exchange Access Denied. After some support calls, clearing cache, trying on …

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Deny object changes in SQL Server

Internally at iFacto, we have been working quite heavily on our infrastructure. And if I say "heavily" .. I mean unbefreakinglievable heavily. In a way: we threw everything out .. and we placed a lot in. But we only did this after going very deep in pre-defining about everything we could predefine: user security, SQL …

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NAV Change Listener is not always listening..

Since NAV 2009 RTC, live has become .. let’s say .. more challenging regarding “installations”, isn’t it ;-). There are loads of settings, parameters and configurations you have to get familiar with (Delegation, SPN, SQL Server, Active Directory, Kerberos fluff, …) before you’re even able to get it running. And then .. when you’re completely …

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