To use Dynamics NAV in a network, you must select the network protocol that is used for communication between the server and the clients. There are three possible values:
TCPS is a secure version of TCP/IP and uses the Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) with encryption enabled and Kerberos authentication. We recommend that you use the TCPS protocol.
The same selection must be entered on all the client computers in the network as well as on the server. On the server, enter the net type you have selected in the Target field on the command line after the start command. On the client computers, enter the selection in the Target field or click Tools, Options on the menu bar within Dynamics NAV.
To check the setting when you are using the program, click File, Database, Information, and look at the Connection tab.
Example: finsql.exe nettype=tcps
The property can be used both by the client and the classic server.
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