Access to adminstration of NAV 2009 server

kizinkizin Member Posts: 18
edited 2008-11-20 in NAV Three Tier
I'm trying to install Nav 2009.
On my Windows 2008 + SQL 2005 Server, i've installed Nav 2009 Server + demo Database
On my WinXP Client, I've installed the client.

But where could i find the admin interface of the server?

My configuration file is :
  <TargetPath>[WIX_ProgramFilesFolder]\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\60</TargetPath> 
  <Component Id="OutlookAddIn" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CFrontSDK" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="SDK_CommunicationComponents" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="SDK_CC_Runtime" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="SDK_CC_Source" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="SDK_CFRONT" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="SDK_CFRONT_Net" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="ClassicODBC" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="ClassicDatabaseServer" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="ClassicApplicationServer" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="NAS_OutlookIntegration" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="NAS_EmployeePortal" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CommerceGatewayServer" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CommerceGatewayBroker" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="AutomatedDataCaptureSystem" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="ClassicClient" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CSIDE_GanttServer" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CSIDE_EmployeePortal" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CSIDE_BusinessNotificationManager" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CSIDE_CommerceIntegration" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CSIDE_OutlookIntegration" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CSIDE_BackupOfDemoDatabase" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CSIDE_DemoDatabase" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="CSIDE_HelpFiles" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="SQLServerDatabase" State="Local" /> 
  <Component Id="SQLDemoDatabase" State="Local" /> 
  <Component Id="ServiceTier" State="Local" /> 
  <Component Id="STOutlookIntegration" State="Local" /> 
  <Component Id="RoleTailoredClient" State="Absent" /> 
  <Component Id="MSXML6PreRequisite" State="Local" /> 
  <Component Id="VisualJPreRequisite" State="Local" /> 
  <Component Id="SQLServerPreRequisite" State="Local" /> 
  <Component Id="ReportViewerPreRequisite" State="Local" /> 
  <Component Id="DotNet35PreRequisite" State="Local" /> 
  <Component Id="DotNet20PreRequisite" State="Local" /> 
  <Parameter Id="ServerIp" Value="" /> 
  <Parameter Id="TCPPort" Value="11322" /> 
  <Parameter Id="ClassicDbServiceName" Value="[WIX_ComputerName]" /> 
  <Parameter Id="ClassicDbNetworkType" Value="tcps" /> 
  <Parameter Id="ClassicDbCacheSize" Value="10000" /> 
  <Parameter Id="ClassicDbempCache" Value="0" /> 
  <Parameter Id="NasServiceName" Value="[WIX_ComputerName]-CLASSIC" /> 
  <Parameter Id="NasServiceNameSql" Value="[WIX_ComputerName]-SQL" /> 
  <Parameter Id="NavServiceServerName" Value="localhost" /> 
  <Parameter Id="NavServiceServerPort" Value="7046" /> 
  <Parameter Id="SQLServer" Value="" /> 
  <Parameter Id="SQLDatabaseName" Value="" /> 
  <Parameter Id="WebServiceServerPort" Value="7047" /> 

How could i change SQLServer parameter or SQLDatabaseName parameter for example?



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    freddy.dkfreddy.dk Member, Microsoft Employee Posts: 360
    There is no Admin interface of the server.
    The server runs as a Windows Service - so you would stop and start it in Services.

    You can read more about the Service tier in the documentation and here:


    The SQL Server name and database name are defined in the CustomSettings.config.
    Freddy Kristiansen
    Group Program Manager, Client
    Microsoft Dynamics NAV

    The information in this post is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. This post does not represent the thoughts, intentions, plans or strategies of my employer. It is solely my opinion.
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    kizinkizin Member Posts: 18
    Thanks a lot
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