From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: One-Click Connect; Processing Receipts; Better PowerShell Tools; RTC Upgrade Line Feed Issue

A selection of the latest insight from the Dynamics NAV blogs:

  • How to Connect to Dynamics NAV 2015 With One Click?;
  • Processing of Receipts;
  • Dynamics NAV PowerShell: Creating an Enhanced Get-NAVServerInstance Function;
  • Upgrade From Classic To RTC - Issue with Line Feed and Horizontal Tab

How to Connect to Dynamics NAV 2015 With One Click?

On the Solutions Systems Inc. blog, Tomas implied that you can actually connect to Microsoft Dynamics NAV with one click-but then explained that it's actually one "double click."


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