This is the 4th part of our video series regarding the Office Open XML-format that is provided in DocumentsCorePack for CRM 2011. The template used in this video is the one that has been created in our previous tutorials of this series, so it is recommended to take a look into Part 1 – Creating a template and Part 2- Resolve Relationships first to get more information about the template's structure.
To install DocumentsCorePack Client for MS CRM 2011/2013/2015/2016 unattended, you need to supply a registry file with the required registry settings.
Unattended install is available for DocumentsCorePack Client Version 5.18 and Version 6.5 or above.
Below, you can download templates to perform the unattended install.
The below files are set up for x86 and x64 systems.
This is the third part of the series regarding the Office Open XML-format. This video is based on the the results from Part 1 Creating a template, so I recommend to take a look into this demovideo first.
When ordering licenses, you will be asked for the organisation unit name of your CRM system. This information is mandatory in order to create a license. Below, you can find a short description about how to get the necessary information for CRM 4.0 / CRM 2011.
Simply open the following URL:
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With the Directory Security Feature of DocumentsCorePack for MS CRM 2011, you can prevent users to see certain files from CRM records. Users will not be able to navigate to the associated directory within the file share or SharePoint because DocumentsCorePack will overtake the security for you. In short words: when a user is not able to see the CRM record, he/she will also not be able to see the documents.
For a detailed description, please have a look at the documentation.
However, you have to do additional steps for the Directory Security.
This is the second part of the series regarding the Office Open XML-format. This video is based on the the results from Part 1 Creating a template, so I recommend to take a look into this demovideo first.
This is the first part of a series regarding the use of the Office Open XML (DocX) format with DocumentsCorePack for MS CRM 2011.
This blog article provides you with a short description of the different template settings available for DocumentsCorePack (DCP) for MS CRM 2011.
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