In last few months, Microsoft Dynamics NAV Team Blog publishing excellent articles about using Windows PowerShell with Microsoft Dynamics NAV. I have collected all of them on one ToC. Read, learn and enjoy:
- Coffee Break 1: Add AD users to NAV
- Coffee Break 2: Automate a Microsoft Dynamics NAV deployment
- Coffee Break 3: PowerShell Remoting with Microsoft Dynamics NAV
- Coffee Break 4: Piping in Windows PowerShell
- Coffee Break 5: Searching through a Dynamics NAV text file
- Coffee Break 6: Return to piping
- Coffee Break 7: Creating and Using Windows PowerShell profiles
- Coffee Break 8: Windows PowerShell Remoting (On-Premises)
- Coffee Break 9: Windows PowerShell and Creating a Hyper-V Disk
- Coffee Break 10: Provisioning Virtual Machines on Azure
- Coffee Break 11: Provisioning – Using Microsoft Azure storage to keep VHDs and other stuff in the Cloud
- Coffee Break 12: Provisioning – Automatic Installation and Deployment of Microsoft Dynamics NAV
- Coffee Break 13: Checking file properties and copying files with Windows PowerShell
- Coffee Break 14: Using Windows PowerShell to check and search the Application Log
- Coffee Break 15: Using Windows PowerShell to enable WCF message logging and tracing on Dynamics NAV Server
- Coffee Break 16: Fingerprints and Diff-Checks
And, one additional article about Using Windows Powershell cmdlets to modify companies and databases (not part of Coffee Break story).
All articles are wrote by Jasminka Thunes (Escalation Engineer Dynamics NAV EMEA), Lars Lohndorf-Larsen (Escalation Engineer Dynamics NAV EMEA) and Bas Graaf (Senior Software Engineer Dynamics NAV).
Thanks, very useful.