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  • Blog Post: CRM 2013 Reporting and SQL 2012 AlwaysOn

    Just want to resurface a blog by a colleague from UK on CRM Reporting and SQL 2012 AlwaysOn since I am implementing it with my customer. Adding it to my blog just in case I need to do it again in the future. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/thecrmguys/archive/2012/08/10/crm-reporting-and-sql-2012-alwayson-availability...
  • 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: Installing CRM Using SQL Server DNS Alias

    In most enterprise Dynamics CRM project, the customer would like to install CRM using the SQL server DNS alias instead of the server name. One of the reasons for doing it is because they need to support their Disaster Recovery (DR) strategy.  CRM does not allow you to use the alias because the Environment...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server DNS Alias

    The customer wants to setup DNS for SQL Server because it’s part of their Disaster Recover (DR) plan.  I learned something from the folks in our team and Grant G from the PFE team on how to do it. Posting the step here just in case that I need to do it next time. In order to setup a DNS alias for...
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