Problems after installing NAV2009

CampyCampy Member Posts: 21
edited 2008-12-17 in NAV Three Tier
Hello,

I have installed Dynamics Nav2009 in three-tier RoleTailored architecture.
After this I have started the Navision Services with Domain User Account and the net.tcp with NetworkService.
The License file is imported and uploadet.
When I start the RTC on the Server the message "You dont have the permissions to run Micrososft Dynamics Nav Server System. Contact your System Administrator.." is showing.
When I start the RTC on another PC in the Network, the RTC cant find the Server.
The Ports are correct, I ve checked them in the config file.

I hope anyone can help me! Thanks!

Best Regards
Campy

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  • kinekine Member Posts: 12,562
    And have you refreshed your license? You need to let MS refresh your license if you have older one..
    Kamil Sacek
    MVP - Dynamics NAV
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  • CampyCampy Member Posts: 21
    Yes, the license is already refreshed, imported and uploadet.
    I dont know what I should do.
    The Classic Client is working... :(
  • David_SingletonDavid_Singleton Member Posts: 5,479
    I had a similar issue. At the same time all my older versions of NAV stopped working.

    In the end I had to uninstall it all and start again. One thing I think helps, is when you install, use the classic client from the last version you have installed, and upload the 2009 Cronus license to the SQL server.

    Once you have this all working, then go back and upload your proper license.
    David Singleton
  • CampyCampy Member Posts: 21
    Hi,

    this wasnt a Update installation. It was a new installation.
    We are changing our ERP System from a other to Dynamics Nav.
    The Database Server is our existing MSSQL Server.

    Isnt there any other solution ?

    Best Regards
  • CampyCampy Member Posts: 21
    Hello,

    i have now reinstalled the sql components on our existing SQL Server.
    Reinstalled the Navision Server Tier and Classic Client.
    Updated the Demo License.
    Imported and Updated our License.
    Installed RTC.
    And there isnt any affect.
    It shows the same error message then before. :(:(
  • kinekine Member Posts: 12,562
    If you are using domain account to connect to the DB, you need to set some special permissions on the DB. There are blogs about that and I hope that this is included in the installation help (see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=126282)
    Kamil Sacek
    MVP - Dynamics NAV
    My BLOG
    NAVERTICA a.s.
  • CampyCampy Member Posts: 21
    I ve done this all correctly und have checked it again.
    Any idea what I can do?

    Best Regards
  • kinekine Member Posts: 12,562
    If you run NST under Network Services account, is it working?
    Kamil Sacek
    MVP - Dynamics NAV
    My BLOG
    NAVERTICA a.s.
  • DenSterDenSter Member Posts: 8,284
    Campy wrote:
    i have now reinstalled the sql components on our existing SQL Server.
    Reinstalled the Navision Server Tier and Classic Client.
    Updated the Demo License.
    Imported and Updated our License.
    On SQL Server the 'Import' button does not actually install the license. Use the Upload button instead. This uploads the license into the Master database, and you should be set to go.
  • TimAdamsTimAdams Member Posts: 1
    I was having identical problems to you, which thankfully I have sorted today. Basically you must log into the SQL client with database authentication and the user must have super permissions. This allows you the ability to upload the license to the SQL server database.
  • DenSterDenSter Member Posts: 8,284
    You don't need to be on Windows Authentication AND have SUPER rights. One trick I use is to create a new database with the sa account, and before actually restoring the NAV database, I upload the license from the new database. Then it's a matter of deleting the new database from SSMS and you're done.
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