Welcome to my knowledgebase, which started as a place for me to file information that I find (mostly about Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM) and are likely to forget. Many times I searched for something only to find my own article.
Feel free to browse and if any of the information helps you in your work then that is great.
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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.
06 Oct 2017
Well according to Steve Mordue (https://stevemordue.com/dynamics-365-kicking-hornets-nest/) and Jason Gumpert at MSDynamicsWorld (https://msdynamicsworld.com/story/microsoft-dynamics-365-adjust-smb-focu...) it seems that Microsoft is going to get rid of the Enterprise and Business edition distinction.
03 Oct 2017
If you encounter this message when navigating to the interarctive service hub, you might spend a long time trying to find the answer as I did.
I eventually discovered that Read privilege is needed for System Application Metadata on the Customization tab of a security role.
Hope this saves you time hunting!
01 Oct 2017
|01 Apr 2018||
Microsoft will no longer support the legacy FieldOne Add-on (v5.x or earlier) after April 1, 2018.
|01 Feb 2018||
Microsoft will no longer host legacy FieldOne on Azure or AWS after February 1, 2018
15 Aug 2017
To determine the build number for your installation, search for System Information. The build number is in brackets.