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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
NavUserPassword Authentication : Users are authenticated using their Username and password instead of windows authentication
AccessControlService Authentication : Users are authenticated using Access control Service. The Username and web service key must be specified.
This blog provides a step wise procedure to authenticate Dynamics NAV using NavUserPassword
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017
To create a self-signed certificate follow the below steps:
New-SelfSignedCertificateEx –Subject “CN=<your site name>” –IsCA $true –Exportable –StoreLocation LocalMachine
Here <your site name> is the name of your computer.
e.g Username : CHRIS_USERPASS and click on Password and set an appropriate password with a combination of one uppercase alphabet, one number and special character
This will prompt for username and password after which Windows client will launch successfully.
To summarize the blog, create a self signed certificate, assign it permissions and copy the certificate to the necessary folder. Copy the thumbprint in the NAV instance and bind the certificate in IIS. create a user with password and make necessary changes in the ClientUserSettings and web config file.
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