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Open the Internet Information Manager in Administrative Tools and navigate to Microsoft CRM Version 1.0 | MSCRMServices | Properties | Virtual Directory tab | Configuration | App Mapping and check the Dave Reply Ed Gallagher My Badges Ed Gallagher responded on 14 Jun 2010 11:11 AM Still a no go. Problem #3: The Discovery service is not operating correctly Solution #3: Go into settings -> customization -> developer resources, and click on the discover URL. Microsoft CRM setup fails: CRM.Setup.Server.RegisterFaxService 8. weblink

I have a wildcarddomain. Home Questions Office Help Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Ask a Question Excel Microsoft Word PowerPoint Advanced Search Forum Office & Productivity What caught our eye in this article was the platform trace error example was identical to what we were seeing even though the error message was different. Manually copy or move the emails to your default mail account.

every test passed successfully. Can users connect to the original CRM database? 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 Message Author Comment by:pmtolk1 ID: 308368972010-04-15 No, two different servers: From production server (which hosts sql I have tried using "localhost" and I have tried using http://crm (which was the host header that we setup - which does work successfully when accessing the CRM site from Internet

This might happen if it is currently unavailable or is not a Microsoft CRM server. Tip!  Doing a lot of synchronization of activities?  If so, your sync tables may be getting too large. Learn how to clean up CRM to Outlook Sync Tables. Agood detailed example would be very helpful to me...For instance using these values. I relly appreciate your help...it's good to get so quick answers especially regarding this huge CRM machine...

Because everything is in the same domain you shouldn't need to do this but you never know it might just fix something. Just take this opportunity to thank all of you on this NG... TheIFD worked like a champ TheOutook CRM Clientconnected no problem via Online Service Provider From the Web, I get the IFD CRM login form Internally (AD) I canaccess eachOrg via http://CMRHOST:5555/Each-Diff-Org-Name Solution #3: Turn on Windows Identity Foundation by going to the control panel, uninstall a program, turn windows features on or off.

For an on-premises environment where the URL is correct and this message is being received, then there is the possibility that there are problems with the DNS provider, or with the Maybe too many IIS reset due to customization change...really don't know but it's working fine now... I turned off the built-in Windows firewall and was instantly able to login to the CRM server. We followed CRM tried work we From TK30744 written for Microsoft CRM 1.0(!): ================================== CAUSE There is a configuration issue where SOAP or SRF is misconfigured, broken, or not mapped correctly.

The redeployment tool is on the CRM 3.0 CD. 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 Message Author Comment by:pmtolk1 ID: 308393902010-04-15 -restored from a daily backup (recent) -having trouble installing Error installing CRM: Microsoft.Crm.Setup.Server.InstallDatabaseAc 11. This error message points to KB2548802 - Configuration of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Outlook client fails with the error: "The server address (URL) is not valid" We confirmed issues 1 & Here are the results.

Did you install CRM on a second server for testing and during the installation select connect to existing database and point the installation to the test database? have a peek at these guys CRM tried work we Gabriel Reply With Quote 02-24, 07:23 PM #4 Re: Error - The specified Microsoft CRM server is not responding Gabriel, Thanks for the idea. We followed the Microsoft Business Solutions CROM Implementation Guide - SBS2003 section - during the installation. I would try and get the redeployment tool working and/or restore the test database again.

Chrissy is currently pursuing an MS in Systems Engineering at Regis University and helps maintain RealCajunRecipes.com in her spare time. Therefore, you may receive this message, if you attempt to track, and before it completes, you attempt to track again. Tags: CRM Outlook Client Install Reply All Responses (16) Ed Gallagher My Badges Ed Gallagher responded on 5 May 2010 10:19 AM additioanally.... http://jscience.net/the-specified/the-specified-web-server-is-not-running-asp-net-version.html On the extension text box, type .srf. 6.

Did you ever get it resolved? No matter which ULR wasused to hit the CRM, the usre ALWAYS landed in theCorrectORG for that user. I tested using 5 different values for the URL (ORG as a Prefix and as a Suffix) and had aone-to-one relation for user-to-ORG.

Site Map Errors You may also receive errors across all your users if there exists a duplicate entry in your site map, within the same area or sub area.

Sign In Share Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email Print RSS Ed Gallagher My Badges Question Status Unanswered Ed Gallagher asked a question on 5 May 2010 10:05 AM CRM Server - A On Premise for Back office AD admins to manage the CRM PLatform only...NOTfor customers. If this is the case, then you will not be able to configure the Outlook client. Troubleshooting Tracking-related Issues "The selected action cannot be completed while a synchronization is in progress." As the message states, the Outlook CRM client will not let you perform more than one

The Microsoft Exchange Server computer does not respond. 15. If the CRM server can be reached and the user logs in with valid CRM credentials, then the CORRECTUSER'S CRM ORG will open. Is this is a CRM system that was moved from one server to another? this content I may have constraints based on how the setup is.

But, we have a problem whenever I choose Start->Programs->Microsoft CRM->Workflow Manager.... Microsoft CRM for laptop client for Outlook and CRM server via internet question 10. Reply Ed Gallagher My Badges Ed Gallagher responded on 17 Jun 2010 7:49 AM It is now working. Actually everything was working fine until yesterday...

and I am looking for a little help... it will work. Problem #3: This is a Windows 8 environment, and Windows Identify Foundation is turned off. Currently, it looks like something got installed into that 1.0 site when doing the 1.2 install.) HTH, Dave for a little help...

Can any users login? If necessary, reinstall the Outlook Client from download.microsoft.com, and then apply the latest rollup.

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