NavContainerHelper – Start a NAV container and place the database files on a file share on the host computer

If you haven’t read the first post about the NavContainerHelper, you should do so. The database files are placed inside the container by default. If you want to copy the database to a share on the Docker host, you can override the SetupDatabase.ps1 script by creating a file called SetupDatabase.ps1, specify that in myScripts.ps1 to…

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NavContainerHelper – Specify your own Database backup file to use with a NAV container

If you haven’t read the first post about the NavContainerHelper, you should do so. If you have a database backup file (.bak), you can specify that as parameter to the container. You can specify the bakfile using a secure URL. Read this for information about how to create a secure url for a file. $imageName = “microsoft/dynamics-nav:2018-rtm”…

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NavContainerHelper – License

If you haven’t read the first post about the NavContainerHelper, you should do so. By default the NAV containers are using the CRONUS demo database and the CRONUS Demo license file is already imported in that. If you want to use you own licensefile, you have a few options on how to do this. Specify…

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NavContainerHelper – Authentication

If you haven’t read the first post about the NavContainerHelper, you should do so. Specify username and password for your NAV SUPER user The parameter needed to specify username and password for your NAV Super user is -credential $credential The credentials are of type System.Management.Automation.PSCredential and can be created like this $securePassword = ConvertTo-SecureString -String…

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NavContainerHelper – Certificates

If you haven’t read the first post about the NavContainerHelper, you should do so. Use SSL with a self-signed certificate I you want to add a certificate to a container started by New-NavContainer, you ccan use the parameter: -useSSL Example: New-NavContainer -accept_eula ` -useSSL ` -containerName “test” ` -auth NavUserPassword ` -imageName “microsoft/dynamics-nav” You will…

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NavContainerHelper

What are Containers? What is Docker? If you are new to Docker and Containers, please read this document, which describes what Containers are and what Docker is. If you want more info, there are a lot of Channel9 videos on Containers as well If you have problems with Docker (not NAV related), the Windows Containers Docker forum is the…

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NAV on Docker version 0.0.4.1

Some of you might already know what lies behind this cryptic title, some of you might not care. This post describes what changed in the Generic image version 0.0.4.1, which today is the foundation of all images on the Docker hub and of course also of the generic image on the docker hub. Support for…

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Can I run NAV 2015 (and earlier) on Docker?

NAV on Docker is here to stay, and a lot of partners have discovered how NAV on Docker can save a lot of time in their development processes. NAV ships and maintains Docker images for all NAV versions (all CUs, all localizations) since NAV 2016RTM. One of the questions I have been asked a lot…

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Creating workshop machines on Azure

During Directions US and Directions EMEA, we had to spin up approx. 2000 Azure VMs for our hands on labs. All of these machines was deployed individually from PowerShell (multiple simultaneous jobs, but still one job=one VM) running on my Developer Machine in Lyngby. The scripts used to create these VMs has been shared with…

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