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  • Blog Post: AVAILABLE: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 RTM VPC

    We have released Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 back in December 2007 and did not immediately provide you with a new VPC. Why did it takes this long? I don't know, but I can tell you that as of today we have a new VPC with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 RTM on it. I actually did not built this particular VPC...
  • Blog Post: Available: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Sample Data

    As of two days ago, you now can download Sample Data for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 . You can use sample data in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Sample Database in marketing and sales presentations or for training people to use Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0. The sample database includes a set of comma-separated...
  • Blog Post: ENJOY: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 RC0 VPC

    You can stop emailing me asking about when and if the the RC0 VPC will be available. On November 17th you can download it here and it will even contain some sample data! The VPC Contains: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 (RC0) Microsoft Dynamics CRM Desktop Client Microsoft Dynamics CRM Email...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0: Virtual PC Image (RC0 Release)

    For all the partners that do want to play with our RC0 release but have no access to the Connect web site or are not in the Showcase program, I recommend you to visit PartnerSource and download the updated VPC. At the time of writing the download links are not operational and you will see incorrect...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC - August 2007 Edition August fix

    Since my solution and fix for the August 2007 VPC out of my blog comments works I wanted to share it with a bigger audience. I also have to make this post since there are a few solutions out there that are incorrect. There are two possible solutions to fix the VPC. The first solution is to remove...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 - Virtual PC Image (CTP3 Beta Release)

    Too bad I haven't got any credit for creating this VPC since I am on vacation and am a bit late with this post. So probably you have read all about this on blogs from Simon , Philip or Ben Riga . Microsoft Partners can now download a preview of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 leveraging beta code in a...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 VPC (Extended May 2006 Edition)

    Just a quick post about the fact that we finally managed to post the Extended May 2006 image on our download site. The image will now expire on 06/30/2008. I believe that all of the existing differencing disks should work, if that is not the case please let me know via the comments. Download it here...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC - Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK

    Did you know that the Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK 3.0.7 is included on the new August 2007 VPC? It can be found in the following directory C:\CRM Tools\SDK or of course on our download page: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=9c178b68-3a06-4898-bc83-bd14b74308c5&DisplayLang=en...
  • Blog Post: Released: Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC - August 2007 Edition

    YES! YES! YES! Over the past few days I have worked closely on the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC together with Ned Kandzor . As of today, everybody can finally download the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM - August 2007 VPC. You can download it here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID...
  • Blog Post: Old Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC (Update 2)

    Guys, just a quick post regarding the availability of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM May VPC . We ran into some issues with the rar files when we extended the May VPC. Please don't panic, the "old" VPC is still valid untill September 2007. You can easily check this your self by clicking START | RUN and type...
  • Blog Post: Old Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC (Update)

    As I announced in my previous post , we would extend the "May 2006" Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC. The screen shot below shows that we have updated the bits. You can download the "May 2006" VPC here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=a8edfc7b-01d8-4500-845b-01370d4eed21&DisplayLang...
  • Blog Post: New Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC (update)

    I can now proudly announce that we will have the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC available for download in a few days and as a bonus we decided to extend the current May VPC so our ISV's will have a little bit more time to create new DIF files and such. I hope to provide a download location ASAP. The...
  • Blog Post: New Microsoft CRM VPC?

    Hi Guys, Right now I am working together with Ben Vollmer and Michael Rich to create a new Microsoft Dynamics CRM VPC, since the old one is going to expire in the near future. The new base Microsoft CRM V3C image is going to be built with Windows Server 2003 R2, Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE'

    Ever wondered why the error "Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE'. [CLIENT: xxx.xxx.x.x]" shows up in the eventviewer on the current CRM VPC when booting? Microsoft CRM Deletion and Microsoft CRM Workflow Service services attempt to access the underlying databases before the SQL Server...
  • Blog Post: Virtual PC 2007 got released!

    As you probably have read on a lot of news sites you can download, as of yesterday, the new and improved Virtual PC 2007. Virtual PC 2007 is a powerful software virtualization solution that allows you to run multiple PC-based operating systems simultaneously on one workstation. It also saves reconfiguration...
  • Blog Post: Post-setup Performance Tweaks for VPC

    Lot's of people ask me what they can do to increase VPC performance on their machine besides having the right hardware. I came accross a nice document that described a few steps that could help the perfomance of your machine when running Virtual PC. Tasks Detailed steps ...
  • Blog Post: Demo Microsoft CRM on Vista with Virtual PC 2007

    Maybe some of you already run your machines with Microsoft Vista but I am guessing that most of you do not do this. What did I wanted to tell you with that sentence? Well, currently most partners use Windows XP and Virtual PC 2004 (SP1) to demo Microsoft CRM. If you switch, which I really can recommend...
  • Blog Post: How to fix high CPU usage with the Microsoft CRM VPC

    Lately I have been hearing a lot of partners complaining about the performance of the May VPC on Windows XP. The CPU will run to almost 100% and stays there; this happens when they start up Microsoft Outlook within the VPC. To solve this I have writen down some steps below. A little remark: No support...
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