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  • Blog Post: Learned something new on IIS Compression

    Dynamics CRM is a web app, therefore it leverages IIS. Usually IIS compression is enabled by default since we would like to reduce bandwidth usage and also reduce the page load times. The .aspx files sent by the server to the browser is highly compressed by algorithms such as gzip. IIS 7+ offers the...
  • Blog Post: CRM 2011 - IE 7,8 9 Hangs

    I ran into a problem today that CRM IE7, 8, 9 hangs after 30 minutes because I have many XmlHttpRequest calls on the form.  I found a blog on MSDN that helped me out and I believe all of the us as a CRM developer should pay attention to.  The title of the blog article is Why You Should Use...
  • Blog Post: CRM 2011 Performance Tuning Lesson Learned

    Oh well, when it comes to tuning the CRM 2011 application, there are many things we can do.  The project that I am working on for the past two years is finally finished with performance tuning, I like to write down a few things that I learned from the tuning exercise just in case that I need to...
  • Blog Post: CRM 2011 Import: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host

    We ran into an issue when importing a solution to few of our environments.  The import failed and we received an error message telling us that “An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.”  We have tried so many different approaches to solve this problem: making the solution...
  • Blog Post: Slow Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) Performance

    I am working on a global Dynamics CRM 2011 project and we are encountering performance issues on Internet Explorer (IE) 7.  I guess there are several options to tackle this problem. Option 1: If you customer is ok with upgrading all of the users to IE 8 or 9, they will see performance enhancements...
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