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31 Oct 2014
The editor for composing emails in CRM provides limited functions for formatting text. In particular, there is no obvious way to insert hyperlinks.
However, you can insert a hyperlink by either writing the link in another application such as Outlook and copying the text into the CRM email or directly writing an HTML A tag as in the following example:
<a href ="http://google.com">Click here</a>
06 Oct 2017
Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 and CRM Online Spring 14 introduces substantial enhancements to Service Management. However, the new features are disabled by default (unless you are a new subscriber to CRM Online). The new features are enabled in Settings > Administration > Install Product Updates.
Even if you don't install the updates you will see the new entities and attributes if you examine the default solution or the metadata.
26 May 2014
SQL 2012 can use Managed Service Accounts and Virtual Local Accounts as described here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143504%28SQL.110%29.aspx#New_A...
Installing CRM 2013 works with the default virtual local accounts created when installing SQL 2012. However, installing Reporting Extensions reports an error that a local account is used for Reporting Services and this must be changed to a domain account.
15 May 2014
Here is some guidance on settings for Internet Explorer:
15 May 2014
When creating reports that use FetchXML, some field types are returned with two fields, the name of the field and the name of the field with Value appended, fieldValue.
The table shows the field types that I found that have a Value version. Other CRM field types only return one field and are of type String.