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Welcome to my knowledgebase, which contains snippets of information that I find (mostly about Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM) and then forget.

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Update Rollups for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4


06 Oct 2017

Mainstream support for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 ends April 9th, 2013.

The following table lists the update rollups released for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0. 

Update Rollup

Error when saving a form - reference to non-existent security role


06 Oct 2017

I was attempting to save changes to the Managed Information form and received the error: object doesn't support property or method 'toLocaleString'.

After much researching (and clicking on the Download log button in the error window) I found that the problem was a reference to a security role that does not exist in the definition of the form. To resolve the problem I had to amend a row in the systemformbase table in the CRM organization database - this is of course unsupported.

A new book on Microsoft Dynamics CRM report writing


06 Oct 2017

Fellow MVP, Damian Sinay, has published a book on report writing for Dynamics CRM.

Diagnostic for CRM client to CRM Online issues


06 Oct 2017

Microsoft has created a diagnostic tool for troubleshooting issues when connecting CRM for Outlook to CRM Online instances.

You can run the tool at http://aka.ms/crmocblog

You must have an account in a CRM Online instance to use this tool

Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM Compatibility List


06 Oct 2017

How often do you have to look up which versions of SQL Server will work with Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM?

Or which version of Office is needed.

Well, a lot of the information is in the Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM Implementation Guide, but now is there is also a handy table in this knowledge base article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2669061 which has separate sections for each version of Dynamics 365/CRM.

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