Tip #433: Tipsters guide to Office 365 Groups: Administration

It’s Video Friday again. We continue our explorations of CRM Online new features with this week introduction to Office 365 Groups and what do you need to do to get it up and running. Give us your feedback, all of it: good, bad, and ugly, I’m sure we can take it. Suggest new topics either […]

Tip #431: Avoid Silverlight when living on the Edge

If you ever wondered whether the move of CRM development team under Scott Guthrie is a good idea, now we have the proof. That’s right, details about the support for the upcoming versions of OS, browser and Office have already emerged. Some vigilantes, like Jason “Scintillating” Lattimer, have kept their cool heads and pointed out […]

Tip #430: Read Only Users and CRM for Outlook

So you have users that have a read only/limited user access type. But you want to have them use CRM for Outlook to provide consistent user interface with your other users for consistency in your training and user documentation. The problem, however, is that the configuration wizard for CRM for Outlook requires write access to CRM […]

Tip #426: Making intelli-sense out of plugin parameters

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Our today’s tipster is the man himself: Tanguy “The XRM Toolbox” Touzard. Did you ever feel lost when you wanted to develop a plugin and didn’t know what keys to use in IPluginExecutionContext.InputParameters or IPluginExecutionContext.OutputParameters? Did you ever wonder why we do use the mysterious “Target” key when writing a plugin for Create, Update or […]