Just another post in this blog series on how to setup Single Sign On with Azure Active Directory. This time: Dynamics Navision.
Microsoft offers some guidance on how to configure Single Sign On for Dynamics Navision but in my experience, it requires some investigation to set things up. Especially if you want to automate things for later use. Which is why I’m writing this post.
This guide can be used for the Dynamics Navision 2016 or 2017 version. Before you start with the installation please make sure the following pre-requisites are met:
- Make sure you have installed PowerShell version 4 or later. If you want to be sure, install the latest Windows Management Framework.
- Install the latest MS online
- Install the Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant.
- Credentials of an Azure AD Global Admin account.
- Create an Azure AD group to control access.
- Create an Azure AD test user.