Each user in a Dynamics NAV multiuser installation can choose the setup of windows and program properties that they want to use.
Each user must have a unique ID (per physical installation), in order for the program to be able to save and use the setup selections of the individual users. You can create a user setup by starting the program with an ID. The information about the users’ setup will be stored under this ID.
Here is an example in which the program starts with an ID called SUPER:
c:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\CSIDE Client\fin.exe id=SUPER
In a list of Dynamics NAV program files, you can see that each time you have started with a new setup ID, a ZUP file has been created that has the ID as the first part of the file name and.zup as the file name extension (for example, super.zup). This is called a setup file.
Other Navision Startup ParametersServer Name (Client and Server)Database (Client and Server)Company (Client)NT Authentication (Client)Commit Cache (Client and Server)Object Cache (Client)Net Type (Client and Server)TempPath (Client)DB Test (Client)TestTarget (Client)Status Bar (Client)Close Forms On ESC (Client)Marquee Full Selection (Client)Quick Find (Client)DB Read-Only (Client)DBMS Cache (Client and Server)Stoptime (Server)Sessions (Server)Install As Service (Server)Uninstall As Service (Server)