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28Feb/120

Get ready for NAV “7”

Yesterday Microsoft posted this new information regarding NAV 7 in PartnerSource:

With the release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV ‘7’ the primary readiness objective is to prepare you, the partner community, to successfully sell, implement, support and upgrade customers to this new release.

Since the content is for partners only, I can do no more but provide you the link:

Getting Ready for NAV '7'

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7Feb/120

20 years of Microsoft Certifications

While updating my virtual business cards I found something I nearly missed.

Nobody I told about it had noticed until now. Microsoft Certification Programm is getting 20.

20 Ways You Can Help the Next Generation

Celebrate Microsoft’s first 20 years of Certification with 20 Years|20 Ways, a year-long effort that lets you grow your career and seed opportunity for the next generation. By working together, we can help IT pros, developers, and students around the world have a better career and a better life. We’ll share new ways throughout the year. Click a tile to get started!

I won't tell you much about the things Microsoft is doing for celebration, the easiest way is to follow this link to the official homepage:

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/20yrs20ways.aspx

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2Feb/120

Creating a service using Powershell in C#

Currently I am modifying the C#/Powershell-project for NAV-Services from the MS Dynamics NAV Team Blog.
(http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nav/archive/2011/09/19/using-powershell-to-configure-dynamics-nav-services.aspx)

While adding some more functionality I realized that it is not quite easy to create new services on a remote computer using powershell.
After some days of searching and testing I succeded using this small piece of code. (It is based on the linked project)

See this MSDN-article for definition of parameters and other StartTypes.

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