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Multiple Organizations in Outlook Client


29 Oct 2012

When Outlook is configured with one Microsoft Dynamics CRM organization, the organization name is shown in the list of Outlook folders. However, when more than one organization is configured Outlook renames the folder to Solutions. This behaviour is a feature of Outlook and cannot be changed by the CRM client.

Partner Entitlements to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011


29 Oct 2012

Partners are entitled to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Online as follows:

https://partner.microsoft.com/global/productssolutions/dynamics/40149008

  • Gold Competency: 250 seats
  • Silver Compentency: 100 seats
  • Cloud Essentials/Cloud Accelerate: 250 seats
  • Registered Partners: Discounted $19 /user/month

Competencies/Benefits may not be combined to increase the above maxima.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Competency Requirements


29 Oct 2012

This link describes the Partner competency requirements:

https://partner.microsoft.com/global/program/competencies/40125141

Gold Competency

Six unique MCPs are required who must between them must have passed all of the following exams:

Partner competency requirements for CRM


29 Oct 2012

This link describes the Partner competency requirements:

https://partner.microsoft.com/global/program/competencies/40125141

Gold Competency

Six unique MCPs are required who must between them must have passed all of the following exams:

Republish CRM 4.0 Reports


29 Oct 2012

If the CRM reports get removed from the SQL Reporting Services Server they can be republished at the CRM server by using a command-line program. Navigate to the CRM installation folder, usually C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics CRM and then to Tools. Within this folder run the following command:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics CRM\Tools> PublishReports "organizationname"

where organization name is the internal name of the CRM organization (as found in Deployment Manager).

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