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Server Is Not Enable for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Classic.

Hi all,

Yesterday i restored the backup of a R2 Database in Navision. After Restoring i tried to start the role tailored client but i gave me an error.
The error is shown is screenshot below.

Resolution for the Error-

1) Open the database in classic client.
2) From the file menu, Under databases select ALTER.
3) Go to Options Tab.
4) First check the Single User check box and Then select check for for Enable for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server.

After that click ok and close the database.
Then again follow the steps from 1 to 3 and uncheck the Single user and Click Ok.

Try Starting Role Tailored Client, it will work now.

Thanks & Regards,
Saurav Dhyani


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