From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: NAV 2013 license rules; Creating URLs; Lot-for-Lot v. Reorder Point; Deploying Help Server

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

  • It Is No Longer Possible To Get New Dynamics NAV 2013 Licenses;
  • Creating URLs to Microsoft Dynamics NAV Clients;
  • Lot-for-Lot vs. Reorder Point in Microsoft Dynamics NAV;
  • How to Deploy a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 Help Server

It Is No Longer Possible To Get New Dynamics NAV 2013 "R1" Licenses

Recently, Erik Ernst was getting a new license for a customer he had been working with for the about five or six months. And he was ready to install NAV 2013 on the customers servers and start the training. But when he got the license, he realized it wasn't for NAV 2013, but for NAV 2013 R2. A license for NAV 2013 "R1" could no longer be issued.


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