Kerberos in Load Balanced (MSCRM) Environments

A topic very near and dear to my heart, after years of writing about Kerb (Kerbie Goes Bananas), tips, troubleshooting of Kerb deployments, and general pleas for sanity. Sean over at the Dynamics CRM In The Field blog runs through a “how it should look” scenario with CRM 2011 and IIS 7/7.5 here Rather than…


20 Reasons to Upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

Written by Jon Strand, Microsoft Premier Field Engineer. Here’s a list of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 features that you’ll want to be aware of when you’re considering upgrading from prior versions or when doing a new install. These features should have a positive impact on users, administrators, developers, and your business. 1. Dashboards We’re happy…


10 Tips for Upgrading the Microsoft CRM 2011 Outlook Client

Written by Jon Strand, Microsoft Premier Field Engineer There’s a great deal of information that can be found about installing and upgrading to the CRM 2011 Outlook client within the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Implementation Guide. During the first couple months of CRM 2011 being available, I’ve come across some very valuable tips that may…


Microsoft CRM 2011 Server Setup: Commonly Asked Questions and Answers

Written by Sean McNellis, Microsoft Premier Field Engineer. As businesses are starting to plan for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 installations and upgrades, we’ve begun to see questions within Microsoft Premier Field Engineering regarding environment setups. Here’s a list of the questions I’ve seen thus far:  Q: Are the CRM 2011 Report Extensions (commonly referred to…