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This week my annoyance got that high that I decided to spent some time on getting the issue fixed. I guess we all run into this once in a while: things do not exactly go the way you would like it, but, OK, you manage having some kind of work around. And, best reason of all: you need to get the thing done and don't have time for it to find the proper fix. Or most probably: you don't give yourself time to do that.
"So what was bothering you, brother Luc?", you might be asking yourself. "What mankind thrilling thing did bug you, lat?"
I really love the tiles in Windows 10. Yes, I already loved them in Windows 8, and still wonder why people were detesting it. Nevertheless, what was annoying me lately, was the fact that I could not find a tile for the Dynamics NAV 2017 Administration Shell. I did have one for the Development Shell. I even had a tile for the 2016 Admin Shell. But this one seemed lost somewhere.
As said I had a workaround, but still didn't have the tile. Finally last week I decided to spent some time Goog...., sorry Binging. No, let's be honest. Yes, I am a former MSFTy, and yes, I have been using Bing a lot, but somehow, unconsciously, I did move to Google. My guilty pleasure?
Right ... I was googling and ended up on this page: NAV 2016 Administration Shell shortcut is missing. Seeing the blog title I immediately knew who the author was. Some kind of happiness touched me, seeing your name in the Dynamics blog-o-sphere, Ibrahiem. Great that you joined the community, with a lot of valuable and practical information. And of course, thanx helping me getting rit of my annoyance.
And at the same time I owe you some kind of apology as your blog goes back already 2 years. Totally unnoticed by me. Sorry for that.
Keep us informed!
Haven't been blogging a lot lately, and then it's good to realize I am not the only NAV blogger and thus information sharing keeps going anyway. So thumps up to all my peers!
And even more it's good to know that new bloggers show up regularly. I haven't been welcoming any of them for a long time, so let's use this morning to pick up that series again. Do I hear the drums roaring?
Last week ... finally ... this guy opened his cabinet of NAV experience and knowledge. And hopefully he will keep it ajar for a long time. Offline he proclaimed this is going to be on a monthly basis. Sounds promising, not in the least as I can tell you I have a hard time gertting that done.
So go for it Jan Boes. Welcome to the Dynamics blog-o-sphere!