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I am having this error: The Service Principal Name (delegation) configuration has been set incorrectly. The certificate CN=NavServiceCert chain building failed. The certificate that was used has a trust chain that cannot be verified. Replace the certificate or change the certificateValidationMode. A certificate chain could not be built to a trusted root authority. Error occurs when I try to open it from a client. Can you please help me what exactly I should do?
Thanks a lot
Hi, I have a simple example of creating a certificate and hope to give you some hints.
Thank you for your answer.
I have installed NAV18 as Windows Credentials. Then, I have created a Super User. I turned the credentials as NAVUserPass with the self -generation of cert. With the user created, it works. When I try to open it from another PC that is Client, it occurs the error attached yesterday.
Can you help me further please? You were a huge help! :)
Best is to use a SSL cert that was created via New-SelfSignedCertificate PowerShell command prompt if it must be a self signed cert. You also need to do the following when the initial error happens that you described in your post:Go to IIS, open Application Pools, select the correct Web Client Application Pool, open Advanced Settings. Find Process Model / Load User Profile and make sure it is False (default is True).
Perform an IISRESET for the changes to take into effect.
Hope this helps as well.
Hi, Sorry I don't currently have an environment to test with, just adding Marco's reply.
Some additional info:
Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Windows Hello PIN
Hope this also help.
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