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How to get the unique organization name


   Please note: This article applies to CRM 2013 as well as to CRM 2015/2016


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 will find a short description on how to get the necessary information for CRM 2013 and CRM 2015/2016. Please click here if you need some information on how to get the UON in Microsoft Dynamics 365. 

Open you CRM in your preferred browser and navigate to Settings.

Figure 1: Navigate to the CRM Settings.

Navigate to Customizations and Developer Resources.

Figure 2: Developer Resources

Here, you will find the Unique Organization Name.

Please note: For CRM 2013 as well as CRM 2015/2016, the Unique Organization Name is required.
Besides, our key is case sensitive and does not work if the names do not fit.

This is where you find the Unique Name in CRM 2013:

Figure 3: Unique Name in CRM 2013

This is how it looks like in CRM 2015/2016: 

Figure 4: Unique Name in CRM 2015/16

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