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Microsoft Dynamics NAV administration [electronic resource] : a quick guide to install, configure, deploy, and administer Dynamics NAV with ease / Sharan Oberoi, Amit Sachdev.

Author/Creator:
Oberoi, Sharan.
Publication:
Birmingham [U.K.] : Packt Pub., 2010.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (208 p.)
Subjects:
Microsoft Navision.
Management information systems.
Business -- Computer programs.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
A quick book and eBook guide to installing, configuring, deploying, and administering Dynamics NAV with ease
Contents:
Cover; Copyright; Credits; Foreword; About the Authors; About the Reviewers; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Setting Up the Environment for Dynamics NAV; Considerations for deploying Dynamics NAV; Understanding the business needs of company; Factors to be considered for configuring a role; Exporting the reporting and Business Intelligence requirements; Getting to know the Inherent BI capabilities in NAV; Other BI tools-Business Analytics with NAV; Single or multisite deployment; Choice of using a single versus multi-database for deployment; Other DB aspects to consider while deploying
Inter-company operabilityIntegration with other systems in headquarters; Integration with external systems and third-party add-ons; Data ports and XML ports; Navision Application Server also known as ""NAS""; Integration using Web services; Exploring hardware, operating systems, and networking requirements; Dynamics NAV client; Dynamics NAV server; Using NAV in WAN configurations; Networking; Summary; Chapter 2: Installing Dynamics NAV; Installing a Classic client; Installing a C/SIDE database server; Preparing a Microsoft SQL Server database for Dynamics NAV installation
Connecting a Dynamics NAV client (Classic) to the NAV Classic database serverConnecting a Dynamics NAV client (Classic) to a Microsoft SQL Server database; Installing the RoleTailored client for Dynamics NAV; Installing the Dynamics NAV server (the middle-tier component); Connecting a RoleTailored client to the database; Summary; Chapter 3: Integrating Dynamics NAV with the Microsoft Platform; Integrating Dynamics NAV and the Microsoft Office system; MS SharePoint interface; Installing and setting up Microsoft Dynamics NAV Employee Portal; Installing Employee Portal
Installing other required softwareInstalling Employee Portal frontend components; Setting up captions; Exporting documents to MS Excel and MS Word; Creating a Customer Card stylesheet for MS Word; Creating a Mail Merge with the Customer Card stylesheet; Using extensibility with NAV 2009 SP1; Using a control add-in on pages; Example of using an add-in on RTC; Creating add-ins; Registering the add-in in Microsoft Dynamics NAV; Summary; Chapter 4: Securing Dynamic NAV Applications; Security with SQL Server installation; Dynamics NAV security models
Switching between Enhanced and Standard security modelsWhy synchronize?; Synchronizing one or multiple users; Users, logins, and passwords; Creating database logins; Setting up user accounts; How is a USER ID used across the application; Logging in using Windows Authentication; SQL extended stored procedures; Why use Windows Logins?; Passwords; Roles and permissions; Assigning permissions; Creating a new user from scratch; Security filter-record-level security; Sarbanes Oxley compliance; Security, backups, and authorization; Access control and audit trail; Change Log
Data validation and accuracy
Notes:
Includes index.
Contributor:
Sachdev, Amit.
ISBN:
1-282-81930-5
9786612819308
1-84719-877-5
OCLC:
710026185
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