Tip #1276: Do my Dynamics 365 users need a Microsoft Flow license?

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As you move your Dynamics 365 automated process from workflow to Flow, you may be wondering if your users will need to have a Flow license to run the process. First thing you need to know is that most Dynamics 365 licenses include Flow licenses–the main license type that does not include Flow license is […]

Tip #1225: Run OnDemand Workflow in Unified Interface Apps

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I did give some consideration to continuing the torture steady stream of Dynamics 365 Portals tips but we have a backlog of good tips sent to us by the community so let’s see what’s in the tipping jar first. Today’s tip is from Shailesh Wath and you too can send your tip to jar@crmtipoftheday.com. (t.j – […]

Tip #793: Enabled app does not mean installed

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Depending on the licensing plan, Dynamics 365 instances can have an option to provision Dynamics 365 Portal. In Dynamics 365 Administration Center navigate to Applications and, if you have portal add-on in your subscription, you will see coveted Not Configured against the Portal Add-On app. Click Manage and off you go with the portal provisioning. […]

Tip #682: Resetting CRM Online production instance

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Who in their mind would want to reset a CRM Online production instance?! How about a trial you have provisioned for a customer, then pushed CRM to the limits by trying out different combinations of the solutions and then accidentally acquired dependencies on 3rd party solutions that are now difficult to remove? Trial that has […]

Tip #292: Licenses minimus

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According to the screenshot, Feridun “The Fifth Beatle” Kadir was literally one minute from his new CRM Online account. He hesitated though, quite unsure about the small print on the deal: The minimum number of professional licenses for a new subscription to CRM online is 5. But the screenshot suggests a company can sign up […]

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 […]

Tip #108: CRM 2011 External Connector License – Its not a paper weight

CRM 2011 to 2013 License Mappings

Did your firm acquire an External Connector License for your CRM 2011 OnPremise instance? Back in the days before CRM 2013 if you created a portal that customers, partners, vendors could use to connect to the CRM system via the custom API then you needed to buy the EC license. Alternatively, if you happened to […]