The information in this article applies to Microsoft Dynamics NAV (fka "Navision") 2009R2 and earlier.
NAV's C/Front utility (which handles the vast majority of communications between older versions of NAV and Jet Essentials) needs to confirm its licensing and regional settings before it can operate.
C/Front first checks the system's Regional Settings (as shown in Control Panel | Region and Language) and uses that information to determine which sub-folder under the NAV Client folder to look in to find the FIN.STX file.
C/Front then checks the CountryCode in that FIN.STX file and verifies it against the Country Code in the NAV license file.
The following illustration shows the information that is examined:
If the country code found in the STX file does not match the country code listed in the NAV license file, an error is reported.
The most likely issues are:
(a) the system's regional settings are configured for something other than what is listed in the NAV license or
(b) there is a FIN.STX file in the corresponding language folder that is for a different language (e.g., a Canada [ENC] STX file placed in the ENU folder)
NAV language codes:
|CPL||Commerce Portal Language||ESS||Spanish (Argentine)||LVI||Latvian|
|DES||German (Swiss)||FRB||French (Belgian)||NON||Norwegian (Nynorsk)|
|ENG||English (United Kingdom)||IND||Indonesian||RUS||Russian|
|ENZ||English (New Zealand)||JPN||Japanese||THA||Thai|