So everybody already knows about this, right?

Those folks on the product team have been doing a great job of releasing regular updates ever since we launched Dynamics CRM 4.0.  And for the past year or so they’ve been packaging updates, hot fixes and the like into convenient and more easily consumed “roll-ups” (no relation to the delicious snacks from General Mills)…

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Better late than never…another great post from Menno

I’ve been meaning to post about the oft-asked questions surrounding audit trail capabilities using CRM 4.0.  Low and behold, once again Menno has beat me to it.  As is so often the case with the powerful development platform that is Dynamics CRM, there are several options available to address the audit trail requirement.  Menno does…

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The hits just keep on coming!

Update Roll-up #4 is now available for your testing and deployment pleasure! http://support.microsoft.com/kb/968176 Update Roll-up 4 is a cumulative update roll-up that includes all the fixes for the issues that are documented in Update Roll-up 1, in Update Roll-up 2, and in Update Roll-up 3. For more information about Update Roll-up 1 and about the…

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The Microsoft BizTalk® Server 2006 adapter for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM 4.0 is now available!!

The Microsoft BizTalk® Server 2006 adapter for Microsoft Dynamics® CRM 4.0 is now available. This adapter has the same functionality as the previously released 3.0 adapter, with the following updates: •             Supports both 32-bit and 64-bit deployments of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 •             Supports form-based authentication •             Supports multi-tenancy With this adapter, you can integrate…

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V-what? VPAT!! – Voluntary Product Accessibility Template® (VPAT™)

Most of the IT world has at least heard of Section 508, an amendment to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, but many  are a bit sketchy on what’s involved in actual 508 compliance. Here’s an excerpt from the www.section508.gov website explaining the purpose of Section 508: “In 1998, Congress amended the Rehabilitation Act to require Federal…

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Creating a Dashboard using MOSS, Excel Web Services, Excel 2007 and Microsoft CRM

There is a new CRM Partner blog with some great data on it around Dashboards. Thanks to the team over at I.B.I.S. for publishing some of their consulting knowledge for the rest of us.  Enjoy this quick read. Creating a Dashboard using MOSS, Excel Web Services, Excel 2007 and Microsoft CRM | I.B.I.S. CRM Blog

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CRM Plug-in Registration Tool

So I spent most of the weekend working on my TechEd Session. The Plug-in registration tool included as part of the SDK killed me with the XML file and I not getting along. Shawn and Melissa for support called me about some survey partners with CRM and I managed to rope them into helping me. …

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Pesky Name Field – Part Deux

This is an alternative method of doing the same thing we talked about with this post.  Jon G from Microsoft Consulting was the first guy to poke a whole in the Pesky Name Field posted last week. He has a point, Client Side Scripts do not work in Bulk Edits or on Imports, etc. So…

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Guest Post on CRM Team Blog

Stayed tuned on Monday for a blog on the CRM Team’s Blog. I am amazed by the workflow in CRM 4.0 and been playing with it heavily for the past month. And Jim Glass was nice enough to take a post and publish it there vs. here for you to enjoy! So visit http://blogs.msdn.com/CRM for…

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