LS Migration Tools v1.0.0.29 – More than 450 downloads in 3 months!

Hi, LS Migration Tools v1.0.0.30 has just been released – a new feature to clean up obsoleted and on-prem scoped objects from Permission Set AL files has been introduced. When I was deploying the new version to Powershell Gallery, I just noticed that v1.0.0.29, the previous version, had been downloaded/installed for 473 times in the […]

LS Migration Tools v1.0.0.30 released

Hi, LS Migration Tools v1.0.0.30 has been released. LS Migration Tools is a Powershell module developed by LS Retail to help partners migrating from older LS NAV/LS Central versions to the latest LS Central version, following Microsoft guidelines. This tool is part of the LS Migration Process, which includes documentation provided to partners that includes […]

Business Central Telemetry – Giving permissions to external user to access telemetry data

Today’s post is about telemetry. To start using telemetry in Business Central, this is the place to go: Basically what you need is: Have an Azure account Create a Application Insights application to receive the telemetry data Setup your Application Insights connection string in the Business Central Admin Center Once you have done this, […]

Docker – Set fixed subnet in nat network

Docker and navcontainerhelper do an excellent work setting a dns so that you don’t need to use an ip address to connect to your docker containers but use the containers name instead (be sure to use the -updateHosts when creating the container). But, what if you want to have a network with fixed subnet and […]

Powershell – How to install the certificate automatically after creating the container

When a new container is created using navcontainerhelper, if the -useSSL flag is used, a self-signed certificate is created and the url to the certificate file is retrieved. How to download and install the self-signed certificate after creating the container, using Powershell commands? Like this: $containername = ‘bccontainer’ 
$outputCertFilePath = ‘C:\Temp\’ + $containername + ‘_Certificate.cer’