5. Signing In

Windows Sign In

To sign in using Windows, scan the Login barcode provided in Step 3 of the Install report (generated in Assisted Setup on the Extension Installation page) or enter the username and password (Web Service Key) manually.

If you are using an On Premise installation, the password is your NavUserPassword.

OAuth Sign In

Click the Sign In button to enter your credentials.

If you have two factor authentication enabled, you are prompted to accept the secondary authentication.

If this is your first time running and connecting to Business Central, you are prompted to accept the application registration for your company. Once accepted, this prompt no longer appears.

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2 Comments

  1. Insight Works
    Insight Works July 29, 2020 at 2:01 pm

    Hi Bob,

    Using the camera for scanning barcodes is supported with Warehouse Insight’s apk version 2.1 and up. To access the capability in Warehouse Insight -> Options (|||) -> Configure -> (|||) -> Barcoding ->Enable “Use Camera” and make sure to give the appropriate rights for the app as instructed.

    This will give you a camera icon on the top right that you can click and then scan via camera.

  2. Bob Dzimbowski
    Bob Dzimbowski July 29, 2020 at 1:24 pm

    Although you get a printout with the barcodes, with the android sign-in, the camera option is not available so you have to type in the web soap address. I am using my android phone. Would be nice if there was a camera icon so you can scan the barcode.

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