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I have 1 development server where I created multiple Server Instances. Each one has different Credential Types.
One is for NavUserPassword, another Windows and another for Azure.
I haven't had any issues setting this up but now I'm running into the issue where the instance wont start if I change the initial credential type from Windows to NavUserPassword which is what my database requires. If I run with Windows Authentication , everything works but I can't logon.
Could be that SSL is enabled on SOAP, OData or Development Services and ports are still in use. You can easily verify via:
netsh http show urlacl
But the application event log file should be your friend as root cause can be found there.
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