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Thanks for your assist on this and thanks for taking the time to help. I recently or about to start a job as a SDM and one the bread and butter applications of the company is Microsoft Dynamics NAV...Please can someone assists with the do and dont´s of managing Microsoft Dynamics NAV for domain users,...Tips and tricks, advice,How2do´s, Links,the know how´s on how to administer Microsoft Dynamics NAV will be appreciated...
Thnaks Guys and you are appreciated for your help
Not so clear question but:
1) Set NAV service to use Windows Authentication
2) Add your domain users to User table in NAV with the appropriate role
If you want you can also assign permissions to AD groups and use them. Just add your N users to the right AD Group. Then in NAV you can add your users (without permissions) and your AD group (with the right permission sets).
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