Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Your Complete Business in the Cloud – Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Office 365


With a business solution from Microsoft you can run your complete business in the cloud. You may have heard about the new Office – with services available in the cloud. Now you can add a finance management solution to that experience – with Microsoft Dynamics NAV!

Pre-requisites for Single sign-on:

  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Client on Public domain (E.g. Azure)

For details on hosting Dynamics NAV on Azure, check the below videos:

How Do I: Get Started with Provisioning Tools for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 on Windows Azure

How Do I: Automate Provisioning of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 on a Windows Azure Virtual Machine 

  • Active Microsoft O365 subscription with Admin account access

Compare different office 365 plans here. Choose a plan which includes Active Directory integration for enabling Single Sign-on and Intranet site for your teams for embedding Dynamics NAV pages into SharePoint site. Most of these plans also provide 30 day trial period.

  •  Security certificate configured for client- server communication.

Details here. Don’t miss the walkthroughs available under this topic.

 

The following video shows how to Enable Single sign-on with Office 365 in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2:

Once the Single Sign-on is enabled with office 365, you can embed NAV pages in your SharePoint site.

Pre-requisites for Embedding NAV pages in SharePoint Portal:

The following video shows how to Embed Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 pages in a SharePoint Portal: 

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3 thoughts on “Your Complete Business in the Cloud – Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Office 365”

    1. Hi MP,
      Dynamics NAV 2 tier architecture is the past. As a beginner, you can concentrate on 3 tier. If you’d like to learn more about 3 tier architecture send me an email to suvidhabs@hotmail.com. I will share few useful resources with you. Thanks.

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  1. Hi Suvidha. In the past we could synchro NAV contacts with Outlook contacts. Is it possible to do so now between NAV2015 and Outlook from O365?
    Thanks 🙂

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