My last post!

Don’t let the title confuse you, it’s only my last post here at MSDN! As most of you know, I’ve been blogging on MSDN since 19 December 2005! It is time to move on… I made the decision to move my blogging addiction to my very own domain. On the new location you can continue…

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MUI Provisioning failed – Workaround

I got a couple of people leaving comments regarding an error they where encountering while applying a language pack on a supported environment. They were able to install a MUI (language pack) but were not able to enable it, if any entity has had its form settings edited. When activating the language pack, a SQL…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 IG

Now that you have downloaded the BITS of v4.0 you are wondering how to install it right? To help you with that challenge the product team has written a great document called the “Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Implementation Guide”. The IG has all the questions you might have, if not send us feedback and the…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 Lifecycle

We all are blogging about Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 as you can read on Simon’s blog, who has two nice summary’s of almost all published blogs around v4.0 A question that people often ask me is; when will Microsoft stop supporting Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0. Rather then to keep giving this answer in a one-off…

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DST changing this Sunday!

Beginning in 2007, daylight saving time (DST) got extended in the United States. DST started on March 11, 2007, which was three weeks earlier than usual, and it will end on November 4, 2007 (This Sunday!), which is one week later than usual. If you still haven’t updated Microsoft Dynamics CRM I highly encourage you…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC – August 2007 Edition August fix

Since my solution and fix for the August 2007 VPC out of my blog comments works I wanted to share it with a bigger audience. I also have to make this post since there are a few solutions out there that are incorrect. There are two possible solutions to fix the VPC. The first solution…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 Enterprise Performance and Scalability Now Available

I have made several postings in the past linking to scalability documents but the feedback was that these are always focused on small to medium sized companies. So today I can proudly say that Microsoft Dynamics CRM is designed to meet the needs of global enterprises. In order to support the growing number of enterprise customers…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 – Named instances

As you might know, we at first did not support Microsoft SQL Server named instances out of the box when installing v3. At the time I discovered a workaround which got tested and approved by the support team, resulting in a “official” way to install Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 on a computer running a named…

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Microsoft Offers Premier Support to Microsoft Dynamics Enterprise Customers

Microsoft Corp. is making Microsoft® Services Premier Support with Microsoft Dynamics™ Services available for enterprise customers worldwide with one contract. The offering, which combines the best of Premier and support services for Microsoft Dynamics, simplifies processes and decreases complexity, providing high-quality, personalized service. What is a bit at the bottom is the fact that Microsoft…

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Service Scheduling: Optimizations and Considerations

I have heard many of you ask the question when or if we would publish an optimization white paper for the Service Scheduling module. Well…… today is the day that the CRM E2 team has done exactly that, they released a white paper describing optimizations and considerations for configuring the Service Scheduling module in Microsoft…

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