Tip #227: View desktop version of CRM in IOS 8

Dynamics CRM hides some links when the application is opened in a mobile browser, like IOS Safari. This includes admin functions that are not designed for mobile browsers, like run report, Advanced Find, and the Settings area. If you still would like to have these buttons appear on your tablet, third party browsers like Google […]

Tip #160: If all I have is a Surface, how do I test Windows client?

Windows 7 & 8 in Azure

My work laptop is a mighty Lenovo W530 with upteen cores, bazillion GBs of RAM and quadrillions of TBs of SSD drive space. The only problem is that carrying it around keeps my chiropractor very busy. So when I travel, I dock this monster behind the firewall and carry around something like Surface or the […]

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 #132: Consider how users will be accessing CRM

Now that we live In a multi-browser, multi-device world, it is very important to consider how your users will be accessing CRM when you configure forms. Dynamics CRM 2013 includes a fantastic responsive design that rearranges the tabs and sections to fit the screen size on which it is being viewed. This means that, if […]

Tip #75: Make iOS7 Remember Your CRM Password

I have heard multiple users report that IOS7 does not remember their passwords, whether for CRM for Phones (Mobile Express) on iPhone or using CRM in Safari on an iPad, and that they have to type in their credentials every time they try to use it. This is due to a new private browsing feature in […]