When I install one of our ERP, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Wave 2, aka D365BC [http://businesscentral.microsoft.com] in my laptop, I suddenly got those error. I remember seeing those errors in back in NAV 2013 versions working at Los Angeles Downtown Project, and they are normally screwed up with user setup. So basically, my first action is to make sure I’m super user.
Since it’s much more painful to add user manually in SQL Table, (which I did back in NAV2013), I start to use PowerShell.
I’m just making sure that I’m there. so.. I’m there, I’m not ghost!
Then add myself SUPER power!
After that, my business central open like charm!!
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