If you often need to run both the NAV Development Shell and the NAV Administration Shell and your tired of opening up two windows or tired of loading both modules manually here is a solution.
First of all, you must check to see if you already have a profile, if not you have to create one. Please check out this post to see how it’s done (http://www.howtogeek.com/50236/customizing-your-powershell-profile/)
I copied most of the examples from the above site, but had to change a few things because I got some errors and warnings. Also I added the two Import-Module lines to load the NAV cmdlets. Here is what I ended up with…
Set-Location C: $Shell = $Host.UI.RawUI $size = $Shell.WindowSize $size.width=200 $size.height=60 $Shell.WindowSize = $size $size = $Shell.BufferSize $size.width=200 $size.height=2000 $Shell.BufferSize = $size $Shell.WindowTitle="NAV console" Import-Module 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\90\Service\NavAdminTool.ps1' Import-Module 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\90\RoleTailored Client\Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Model.Tools.psd1' Clear-Host Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "All NAV 2016 cmdlets has been loaded."
It’s easier to copy the code from here.