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Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 by Cristina Nicolas Lorente, Laura Nicolas Lorente

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Access Dynamics NAV

In the past, Dynamics NAV had a single client access. But technology has changed, evolved, and so has Dynamics NAV. The release of Dynamics NAV 2009 already brought two new ways of accessing the application: the RoleTailored client and Web Services. Dynamics NAV 2013 also brings new accessibility options: the Web client and the SharePoint client. It has also removed an accessibility option, the Classic client, although it has been maintained and converted for development purposes.

In this section we will explain the different environments in which you can access your Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 application.

Windows client

The Windows client is also known as the RoleTailored client, or the RTC client. That was its name when the ...

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