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NAV – Connecting Microsoft Dynamics CRM customized entities

This blog is intended to see how Microsoft Dynamics NAV (here onwards NAV) can be connected to external databases. External databases here mean Microsoft Dynamics CRM (hereafter called CRM).
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NAV – Connecting External SQL

This blog is intended to see how Microsoft Dynamics NAV (here onwards NAV) can be connected to external databases. External databases here mean Microsoft SQL Server, CRM, Exchange* or Microsoft Graph*. We will focus on Microsoft SQL Server (non-NAV database).
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How to Prevent Users from Moving Task to Closed State with a non-Zero value Remaining Work field in VSTS/TFS

In this Blog I am going to explain how we can customize Task in VSTS/TFS to Prevent Users from Moving Task to Closed State with a non-Zero value Remaining Work field.
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Canarys Automations Pvt Ltd recognized as finalist for 2017 Microsoft DevOps Partner of the Year Award

  Bengaluru, Karnataka, India — June 2, 2017 — Canarys Automations Pvt Ltd today announced it has been named a finalist in the 2017 Microsoft DevOps Partner of the Year Award. The company was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology. “We are very proud and happy that Microsoft recognizes Canarys as a key DevOps partner. We continuously e...
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Azure Blob Storage: The PowerShell Way!

Hi folks!Great to see you again.This blog post is purely based on Azure Blob Storage: The PowerShell way!In this blog post, I will1.     Create a New Azure ResourceGroup2.     Create a Storage account3.     Create a New Container inside the Blob Storage of Storage Account.4.     Upload a text file from your current machine to Azure container using AzCopy. Please Follow the Steps Below: #Create a New Azure S...
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Create a Windows Server 2012 R2 VM using ARM in Azure PowerShell

Hi Folks,In this Blog Post we will learn how to create an Azure ARM Virtual Machine using Azure PowerShell.For this, you will need an Azure Subscription and machine with Latest Azure PowerShell installed.  1. Run the following script in Azure Powershell:  //Replace MyName with YourName everywhere. Login-AzureRmAccount   $locName = "Central US" $rgName = "MyName-RG" $vnetName = "MyName-VNET"   #Getting the Storage Acc...
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Continuous Integration/ Continuous Deployment VSTS

Following the below steps you can build and deploy your ASP.NET  app to Azure from either Visual Studio Team Services Upload your codeUpload your latest code to Visual Studio Team Services repository.Create the definition Login to your VSTS accounthttps://xxxxxxxx.visualstudio.com/ Open your team project in your web browser.https://xxxxxxxx.visualstudio.com/MyFirstProjectVerify that the VSTS version control is updated with the latest code Create a build definition.·  &...
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How to Sync On-premise AD with Windows Azure AD using Azure AD Connect tool

 Azure AD is a service that provides identity and access management capabilities in the cloud. Azure AD can be integrated with existing on-premise AD for providing single sign-on functionality for their users to access the cloud applications. So it is essential for organizations to keep the credentials in both on-premise AD and Azure AD to be in sync. To solve the sync issues, we have Azure Active Directory connect tool, which provides one-way synchronization from on-premise AD to Azure AD....
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Creating a Point-to-Site Connectivity using Azure Resource Manager

Configure a Point-to-Site connectivity to a VNet using PowerShell (ARM Mode)Task 1: Create a Self-Signed certificate  1. Login to your Visual Studio Virtual Machine using your credentials. Create a folder C:\P2S Certificates.       2. Navigate to C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Microsoft Visual Studio 2012\Visual Studio Tools and Run VS2012 x64 Cross Tools Command Prompt as an administrator. 3. ...
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How to Create an Azure Virtual Network by using a Deployment Template

Hello Folks!In this Blog post, we will try to learn how to create an Azure V-Net using an ARM template. I have divided the post into two tasks. Please follow the steps to complete the deployment.Task 1: Download the Template from GitHub 1. Open the internet explorer and type https://github.com/Azure/azure-quickstart-templates/tree/master/101-vnet-two-subnets   2. Click azuredeploy.json, and then click RAW.     3. ...
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