CRM Lookup error with Google Chrome 38–Fixed

I haven’t get a chance to blog for a while and I need to pick it backup… Some of you may seen a lookup error with Chrome when Google released version 38.0.2125.101, as indicated on this blog article. Everyone is expecting Microsoft to solve this Google issue. But I think Google realized that many other…


CRM 2013 Reporting and SQL 2012 AlwaysOn

Just want to resurface a blog by a colleague from UK on CRM Reporting and SQL 2012 AlwaysOn since I am implementing it with my customer. Adding it to my blog just in case I need to do it again in the future.


CRM 2013 Maintenance Jobs

The Maintenance jobs for CRM 2013 is similar to the CRM 2011 jobs if they are not the same. I had to dig into the details of each of the jobs for my project. These are my findings and I hope it will be useful for everyone. Please remember to reschedule these maintenance jobs after…


Dynamics CRM Outlook Client and Office

Customer ask me a question today on the CRM Outlook client.  The question is if my Windows is 64 bit, my Office is 32 bit, what version of the CRM Outlook Client should I install? The answer is the Outlook Client should align with Office. Therefore if Office is 32 bit, install the 32 bit…


Learned something new on IIS Compression

Dynamics CRM is a web app, therefore it leverages IIS. Usually IIS compression is enabled by default since we would like to reduce bandwidth usage and also reduce the page load times. The .aspx files sent by the server to the browser is highly compressed by algorithms such as gzip. IIS 7+ offers the ability…


Manually Apply CRM Update Rollup to Single Tenant

In an enterprise CRM project, you might run into a large number of tenants in an environment since there are multiple teams working on the project. Not all of the teams want to have the patch apply to their tenant due to many reasons… My customer asked me if there’s a way for them to…