Tip #144: Restrict AD browsing when adding new users

If you are a hosting provider or a security-conscious administrator managing multiple CRM deployments then you’d like to avoid exposing entire Active Directory when user with appropriate permissions clicks New Multiple Users and then opts to browse all trusted domains and groups. There are some unsupported methods as well as supported C# code to achieve […]

Tip #143: 10 Ways to Free Storage Space in Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online

CRM Online Storage Space Warning

If you get the eerie email warning you that you have reached 80% of the storage available for your CRM Online instance don’t panic. You have several options. One way to go is to buy an additional 1GB of storage for $9/month. The other alternative is to trim some of your existing use of the storage […]

Tip #140: Working with Dynamics CRM on iPad as System Admin or Customiser

System settings on iPad

As reported by Andre “I’ve got 88 in my handle” Margono: Recently I stumbled across a question in Dynamics CRM Forum regarding “How to see CRM Settings on a tablet browser” Out of my curiousity, I tried something on my iPad. The steps that I used to achieve this is using Google Chrome on iPad […]

Tip #139: Train your users on CRM for Tablets

If you are deploying CRM for Tablets for iPad, how do you train your users? Like with any CRM deployment, you will want to conduct user training and maybe record the training for future reference. This can be a challenge, because you can’t easily display your iPad screen on all screen sharing solutions (like Microsoft […]

Tip #136: OnPremise Orgs I hope you are under SA

Like most software companies Microsoft is a strong enthusiast of annual maintenance fees. In the Microsoft world it is known as Software Assurance. In the Fall (or so) when the next major version of CRM is released (think V7.0) operating systems and other remnants from the previous decade will no longer supported. You can kiss just […]