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.
Check the log textbox if the following statement is present (might be accomodated by a 401 exception).
Receiving a service unavailable response on a website usually indicates, that the application pool of the site is not running.
To solve this issue, open your InternetInformation Management and verify all required app pools are started.
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This article describes 2 different possibilities to activate debugging for DocumentsCorePack.
Solution 1: Activating debugging on your client via the DocumentsCorePack settings or in the registry.
Solution 2: Activating debugging on your server/manually via the webconfig.
Sometimes, the following error occurs when one tries to login at Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Online Web Client:
"The Windows Live Network is unavailable from this site for one of the following reasons…”
Figure 1: Error message
This article focusses on how to resolve this error.
Please note: This article applies to PowerSearch in MS Dynamics CRM 2011, 2013 and 2015 SILVERLIGHT ONLYFor newer versions of PowerSearch, please click here. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Before you can upgrade your CRM 4 to 2011, you will need to uninstall all 3rd party addons and check that all buttons have been deleted. After the migration you can then install the latest version of each addon. Should you have not done this, then it will be more complicated to get rid of the buttons and icons before you can install the CRM 2011 addons.
On a migrated organization, make sure the dcp/gc/ti security role migrated from CRM 4 is deleted.
This migrated role might interfere with the new setup and block the user from installing, because rights are checked wrongly.
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Until now we have no installation routine for our Dashboards for MS CRM 2011. This is why this blog entry describes how to upgrade/install the Dashboards in a MS CRM 2011 environment manually.
Please note: This installation will only work in an on-premise installation and will not work in IFD and Claims-Based-Authentication-Mode.