There is a new update to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Implementation Guide! Please note that at this time the update will only be published to the TechNet and MSDN libraries.
Also published, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Performance Counters. This PDF doc is now available at the Download Center. It provides a descriptive list of the 488 CRM 2011 counters!
We strive to keep the information in this documentation as current and accurate as we can. The below table lists the changes that have been made as part of this documentation update.
Plug-in registration verification
Added subtopic Plug-in registration verification that suggests removing duplicate plug-in assembly registrations before upgrade.
Appended 2 subtopics with tables that list the component prerequisites and group membership requirements for each Microsoft Dynamics CRM server role.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Mobile Express system requirements
Added a short topic that describes the system requirements for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Mobile Express.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 tracking tokens
Added text that explains upgraded organizations also have the tracking token feature turned on by default.
Securing SQL Server for use with Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Mentions that the SQL Server Reporing Services RDL sandboxing feature must be implemented manually for on premises deployments of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
SharePoint Document Management software requirements
Mentions that users who access the document management feature must have the appropriate permissions to the SharePoint site collection.
Test Access feature
Added new topic that explains how to troubleshoot issues that may occur when using the Email Router test access feature.
Disable the Get CRM for Outlook button that is displayed in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM web application
Added new topic that describes how to disable the Get CRM for Outlook button that is displayed in the Web browser.
Step 4: Create the generic service resource for the cluster
Added a note when you use a shared drive for the cluster.
Replaced previously existing subtopic (Citrix Presentation Services) with Citrix XenApp compatibility with Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook.
Operating and Maintaining
Move the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 deployment
Added new topic that describes how to move Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server components.
Setting Microsoft Dynamics CRM properties manually
Added new subtopic that describes setting Microsoft Dynamics CRM properties manually as a best practice.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 performance counters
Short topic that mentions the performance counters available in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and the link to download the list of all counters.
Hi Jim Thanks for the post.
I specifically like the changes like Plugin Verification one. and the topic on Movement of CRM server components, a real help to developers and configurators who face tough time sometimes in Test and UAT.