Tip #918: CRM/SharePoint integration failure

Epic fail

Today’s tip comes from Sean Shilling. (Send your tip to jar@crmtipoftheday.com) We were configuring Document integration for CRM on premises 2015 (partner hosted) to SharePoint. After adding the Sharepoint site, setup failed for all entities. The problem was related to the service account used by the Dynamics SharePoint integration. The same service account that is […]

Tip #742: List component has 2 months to live

Recently, SharePoint has announced the removal of code-based sandbox solutions in SharePoint Online. As a result, the CRM SharePoint list control will stop working on November 30, 2016. Here are details from SharePoint’s blog post: As part of the removal process, activation of new code-based sandbox solutions, as well as updates of existing solutions are […]

Tip #519: Keep your precious SharePoint on-premises

Most of the people in our small but very proud Dynamics CRM universe are perfectly aware of the very cool integration between Dynamics CRM Online and SharePoint Online. Yes, the one which is required to enable other cool features like OneNote integration unleashed (had to add a cool word for the third link). As I […]

Tip #411: The New Dynamics CRM LinkedIn Integration

LinkedIn recently released a new Dynamics CRM integration for LinkedIn Sales Navigator. This solution allows users to send InMail directly from Dynamics CRM and access company and profile data from CRM accounts, leads, and contacts. Download the managed solution Get the installation guide Read Bob Stutz blog post announcing the integration What you need to know […]

Tip #331: What kind of Bing Map license do I need?

Donna “Not Congresswoman Donna F” Edwards sent a helpful tip about how to determine what type of Bing Maps license you need for an on premises deployment of Dynamics CRM. If you go to http://www.microsoft.com/maps/Licensing/licensing.aspx, it will ask you questions to choose which type of license you need: This page also discusses the scenarios for each […]