A couple of weeks ago, a new page was created on PartnerSource – the “Demo Microsoft Dynamics NAV” page. You can access it at http://aka.ms/demonav
The page contains (at the time) two scripts and two How Do I videos that help you establish a demo NAV 2015 environment on Azure, in Office 365. The whole process is highly automated and you can get up and running in a matter of minutes. When I say “up an running” I mean this: having a virtual machine running on Azure, with NAV 2015 accessible through Windows, Web, and Tablet client, with single sign-on to Office 365, and a nice demo SharePoint Online portal with several reports from NAV.
If you haven’t yet – give it a try.
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Hi!… Do you know if there is a link to download it for End Customers?
Here are the links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrpYMdP24GQ&list=PL5B63EF419A3B59C8&index=1 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bvb2PYqgwQ&list=PL5B63EF419A3B59C8&index=2
Thanks a lot for all your articles. My company is about to upgrade from Navision 2009 to Navision 2015, so i was wondering is it possible to put on the same virtual machine: Sql server 2012 + Nav application 2015 + Web services Nav 2015 ?
First of all, thank you for your effort.
This first tutorial didn’t cause me any problem, but during the installation of Office 365 i get several errors.
Do you have any suggestions on what I did wrong?
Sorry, I don’t have any idea what’s wrong. Can you try to repeat this with the latest version of the virtual machine image? Also – do you receive the same error when you run it in English?
I tried it with a W1 database and English language. Result is the same. I suspect that it has something the do with my Office365 account. The first error occurs when the application is uploaded. (or it isn’t uploaded at all)