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What are the different Credential Types and How to configure them in NAV 2013 / 2015?

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 onwards there are no “Database Logins” supported. It means, no need to create all the users in SQL database, because the user authentication is not on SQL server level, but on NAV server level. When you create a new user, you provide different information depending on the credential type that you are using in current Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance. But all users of a Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance must be using the same credential type. You...
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