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Would you like A CRM Tip of the day?

January 10, 2014

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If you are of the opinion A Tip a day keeps CRM at bay then I have the perfect blog for you, no it’s not mine.  It’s the chaps over at CRM Tip of the Day who also have a lovely logo It’s a site being run by the crew of Joel Lindstrom. CRM Guru […]

Microsoft Dynamics CRM making headway agaisnt it’s competitors

January 3, 2014

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I was reading this blog post What Microsoft did right and wrong in 2013 – http://www.networkworld.com/news/2013/121813-microsoft-year-end-277000.html, below is the part about Dynamics CRM. Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Part of Microsoft’s larger Dynamics offering, Dynamics CRM is finally making headway against its competitors. It’s been around for years, Dynamics CRM is showing promising growth, up to 40,000 business customers […]

Anticipated Microsoft Dynamic CRM salaries for 2014

December 17, 2013

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I was pursuing LinkedIn yesterday and I noticed an interesting post from an old colleague of mine Helen Artlett-Coe who is an excellent recruitment consultant who works for Crimson.. The link was for anticipated salaries for various Microsoft Dynamic CRM roles, you can read the whole article which makes some good points as to why CRM […]

Extending CRM 2011 study information and partner source links

March 11, 2013

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I am (still) studying for my the Extending CRM 2011.  The links below are for people who have access to partner source, reading the courses below and the CRM 2011 SDK should definitely prepare you for the exam. The courses will lead you to a site where you can download the course in pdf files […]

CRM 2011 installation error – SQL Server: The instance name must be the same as computer name

October 12, 2012

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I got this error on a recent CRM Install. The reason for this error was because the name of the SQL Server machine had been changed after SQL Server 2012 had been installed. So what I think basically happens when you install CRM it creates the default instance with the same name as the computer […]

The account specified to run the Microsoft Dynamics CRM application does not have Performance Counter permissions.

October 9, 2012

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If you have installed CRM 2011 you will have almost definitely seen this message. I am doing it with a Windows 2012 server install and I know how to fix the error but finding Local Users and Groups setting is a puzzle in itself. The cause of the problem is the CRM service users you […]

CRM 2011 – Instructions on installing the Outlook Client Add on

September 21, 2012

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One of the benefits of using CRM 2011 is utilizing CRM 2011 inside the outlook client, which makes tracking emails and appointments for CRM records quick and easy. Before you can get these benefits you need to install the CRM Outlook Add in.  I have found some great resources on the subject. I would say […]