This program property is used to determine which type of authentication is to be used when logging on to a server and opening a database.
You enter yes or no after ntauthentication= in the Target field or on the command line that starts the program.
If you are using Windows authentication, Dynamics NAV will start, automatically connect to the server and open the database that you have specified. If Database authentication is being used, Dynamics NAV will start and prompt you to supply your user ID and password before connecting to the server and opening the database.
Example: fin.exe ntauthentication=yes
Instead of YES or NO, it is recommended to use 0=No or 1=Yes. This can prevent an error occurring on some multi-language installations.
The property can only be used from the client.
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