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Extending Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Cookbook by Alexander Drogin

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Configuring user permissions

User authentication in NAV is performed by the NAV server, no matter whether the application is accessed from a role-tailored client, web client, or if it is published on a SharePoint site. SharePoint can control user access to its content--read applications, and list and execute an application, while NAV authentication requests will be redirected to the NAV server.

In this recipe, we will set up a user account that will be able to run NAV applications published on a SharePoint portal.

How to do it...

  1. Open the Settings menu and click Site Settings. On the Site Settings page, open Site permissions as shown:

    How to do it...

  2. To create a ...

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