How to: Open Microsoft Dynamics NAV Clients that Connect to Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Microsoft Azure

This topic describes how to open the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client and Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client for a Microsoft Dynamics NAV deployment on Microsoft Azure. When you complete the Microsoft Dynamics NAV deployment by using one of the example scripts that are available with the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Provisioning Tools for Microsoft Azure, you receive a message in Windows PowerShell ISE that resembles the following:

The NAV Server machine is: MyNavVm.cloudapp.net
The NAV Server machine administrator password: 123NavVm!a
The NAV Server Instance is: DynamicsNAV90_Ins1
The NAV Server account credentials: NSTService/P@ssword312
The Windows Client can be downloaded via ClickOnce at: http://MyNavVm.cloudapp.net:9004
The Web Client can be accessed at: https://MyNavVm.cloudapp.net/DynamicsNAV90_Ins1
A user has been added to the database with the following credentials:
  user=navuser
  password=N@Vpw312

The Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client is available from a ClickOnce web site, which lets you install the client from a web page. The Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client is available from any supported browser.

To open the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client

  1. Open an Internet browser.

  2. In the address, type the following address:

    http://virtualmachine.cloudapp.net: port

    Substitute virtualmachine with the name of the virtual machine that in running the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server.

    Substitute port with the TCP port on which ClickOnce website is running. In the Set-PartnerSettings.ps1 file, this is defined by the $NAV_ClickOnceWebSitePort parameter. The default port is 9004

  3. Follow the instructions on the webpage to install the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client.

To open the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client

  1. Open an Internet browser.

  2. In the address, type the following address:

    https://virtualmachine.cloudapp.net/DynamicsNAV90\_Instance

    Substitute virtualmachine with the name of the virtual machine that in running the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server.

See Also

Concepts

Deploying and Managing Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Microsoft Azure
Deploying Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Two Virtual Machines Using Example-2VM Script
Deploying Microsoft Dynamics NAV on One Virtual Machine Using Example-1VM Script
Scaling the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Network Topology