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04 Oct 2013
Email correlation is a process where CRM links tracked emails with records in the database based on information in the email.
In earlier versions, Smart Matching and Tracking Tokens were used to correlate emails.
30 Aug 2013
When the ADFS Token-sgining and Token-Decrypting certificates in ADFS are automatically renewed, users in CRM might not be able to login. They receive HTTP 401 Unauthorized Access is denied errors.
This occurs because CRM is still using the expired ADFS token certificates. To resolve this reconfigure Claims-based Authentication and Internet-Facing deployment in CRM.
This article has more details: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2686840
29 Jul 2013
In CRM 2011, isv.config is not used to store custom buttons, tabs and menus as in earlier versions.
The only item that I think isv.config is used for is to customize the appearance of the service calendar.
29 Jul 2013
The SiteMap is a customizable element that controls the application navigation. For simple requirements, such as not showing particular entities, consider using security role privileges. The CRM application does not show entities to which a user does not have access.
The SiteMap can be editied using any of the following methods:
24 Oct 2014
For CRM 2011, see this article.
The following table details Update Rollups released for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013. Note that some Update Rollups cannot be installed, so a backup before installation is advised.
For CRM 2013 on-premise, the third number in the build is the same as the Update Rollup number. A separate set of update rollups is released for CRM 2013 and CRM 2013 with SP1.