Category Archives for "Administration"

CRM Data Explorer 3.1 released

Hi Everyone, Version 3.1 of the CRM Data Explorer has been released. You can download the new version here: http://www.crmaccelerators.net/products/crm-data-validation-2/crm-data-explorer-download-trial-request/ This release is mainly to correct connection issues with Office 365 and CRM On Premise with ADFS. If you had connection issues with the previous version, I would suggest you download the new version and […]

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2 CRM SDK Nugget: Create Solutions That Support Multiple Languages

I my class last week we were discussing customizing CRM and the need to translate custom text and option set labels into other languages. Last weekend, by accident, I found this topic: Create Solutions That Support Multiple Languages Which discusses a variety of techniques related to custom solutions and handling multiple languages. The specific sub-topic […]

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3 Book Excerpt: Auditing Metadata Changes

I thought I’d pull out a small section of my Dynamics CRM Deep Dive: Security book and discuss metadata changes.   Auditing Metadata Changes In a multi–administrator or multi–developer environment, it is sometimes difficult to determine who did what when tracking changes to Entities. The following metadata–related operations are tracked when auditing is enabled: Delete […]

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Update Rollup 6 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Released

You can download it here. For more information about this release, see Microsoft Knowledge Base article 2600640: Update Rollup 6 is available for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 To maintain parity between the application components of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, this update rollup includes packages for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server, Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook, Microsoft […]

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Microsoft Security Bulletin MS11-100 and Dynamics CRM

Vulnerabilities in .NET Framework Could Allow Elevation of Privilege (2638420) Microsoft has release a fix for a security vulnerability identified at a security conference yesterday.  Since Microsoft Dynamics CRM is an ASP.NET application, any servers running CRM could be affected. Here is a summary of the issue from the above site. Please review Microsoft’s recommendations […]

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