Free Solutions

CRM 2011

Description Version
  • Find Privilege
    Locates the name of a user or a CRM security privilege given a valid ID.
1.0.1
2/6/2012
2.0
7/8/2011
2.1
4/20/0212
  • Count CRM Users
    If you have multiple organizations and you found a need to get a count of the number of users across all of your organizations, then this utility is for you.. See this post for more detail.
1.0
9/30/0211
1.0.0000
2/8/2011

 

CRM 4.0

Description Version
1.1
9/30/2011
  • Find Privilege
    Locates the name of a user or a CRM security privilege given a valid ID.
1.0
10/21/2010
1.2
7/27/2010
  • CRMExportJavaScript
    Extract all of the custom JavaScript found in a CRM organization and write the code for each event to a file.
1.5.0
7/12/2010
  • Enhancement Request
    A customization that allows you to track enhancement requests for a CRM system from within CRM.
2.0
7/31/2009
  • CRM 4.0 Development Skeleton
    Provides a CRM developer with Visual Studio solution that allows for quick prototyping and development of applications which use the CRM SDK.
4.0
8/15/2009
  • Plugin Settings
    A customization that allows you to store settings for plugins inside of CRM itself.  See this post for more detail.
1.0
11/14/2008
  • CRMExport Is a command-line application that allows you to export all customizations from a CRM organization.
2.1
8/22/2009
  • Run CRM Deletion Service runs the CRM 4.0 deletion service which will physically delete any CRM records that have been marked for deletion.  See this post for more detail.
2.0
8/26/2009

Misc

Description Version
  • ROI Calculator allows you to calculate the Return on Investment for a proposed CRM customization.
1.0
8/19/2009
1.0
6/21/2011

CRM 3.0 and 4.0

Description Version
  • CRM Tracer allows you to activate and deactivate diagnostic tracing without having to modify the required registry settings by hand.

CRM 3.0

Description
  • CRM StartStop starts and stops the CRM-related services and web site.
  • CRM SMTP Settings configures the SMTP server settings required for the CRM Server to utilize a different SMTP Server than itself.
  • CRM Scan Contacts Scans the CRM Contacts Entity to identify and correct possible data corruption issues in the Job Title Attribute.
  • CRM Metadump exports a list of Entity Attributes to an XML file that can be easily imported into Microsoft Excel.
  • Change Request customization allows you to track change requests inside of CRM.  See this post for more detail.
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James Perkins - June 24, 2011

Hi Mitch
Thank you for your excellent Bulk Attribute Deletion utility which I find invaluable. I have it working well on one server with CRM 4 installed locally (on Premises), but for some reason when I install the utility on another server (where there is also CRM 4 locally installed) I cannot get it to Connect to this on Premises CRM. I get ‘The request failed with http status 401 unauthorised’ error although the settings (On Premises; CRM Discovery Server: 192.168.43.21:5555; my login & pwd, domain ) are all valid in that they let me log into CRM iteself without problem. I suspect a setting in IIS7 Manager might be wrong. Which ‘Authentication’ values (enabled or disabled) need to be set & in which areas of the MS CRM Site in IIS to allow your utility to connect ? Many thanks Mitch, James Perkins (jperkins@accsimple.com)

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Keith Wechsler - April 20, 2012

Thanks for the free tools! I’m looking forward to using your updated Web Resource download tool; the original JavaScript version has been very useful. I appreciate the help / information that you’ve given me over the past couple of years as I learn about Dynamics CRM and development on the Microsoft stack.

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