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MSDYN35BC 2019 Wave 2 - How to Create New Server Instance?

Hi Readers,

In this article, we will discuss how we can create a New Service Tier for Business Central 2019 Wave 2.

Yes, we can do it from the administration panel, but I think we should start working all our NAV / Business central Administration via Powershell.

For this article, lets support I need to create a new service for my blog articles with the following parameters.

  1. ServerInstance (Service Name) - BC150Blog
  2. Management Service Port - 15050
  3. Client Service Port - 15051
  4. SOAP Service Port - 15052
  5. ODATA Service Port - 15053
  6. Development Service Port - 15054

You can setup other parameters like database name and server name.

Let's discuss step by step.

1. Open Powershell as administrator.

2. Import-Module for Business Central Wave 2 and refresh command panel on the right.
Import-Module 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central\150\Service\NavAdminTool.ps1'

3. Search and use cmdlet New-NAVServerInstance to create a new service and specify Parameter as listed above.

4. Run the command.

New-NAVServerInstance -ManagementServicesPort 15050 -ServerInstance BC150Blog -ClientServicesCredentialType Windows -ClientServicesPort 15051 -DeveloperServicesPort 15054 -ODataServicesPort 15053 -SOAPServicesPort 15052

5. Start New Service. Use the Cmdlet Start-NAVServerInstance.

Start-NAVServerInstance -ServerInstance BC150Blog

Hope you find the information useful.

Stay Tuned for more articles about 2019 Wave 2.
Please put your suggestions/questions as comments to articles.

Saurav Dhyani


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