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Monthly Archives: March 2015

To view the Beringer March 2015 Newsletter, click here.

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This problem can occur when trying to connect to Remote Web Workplace through SBS 2011 and connecting to a remote computer inside the network.

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A – Because it’s Windows 2003… I repeat – 2003!! as in 12 years old…

I could write a whole tale about support, compliance, security and all the (well known) reasons to get current but… let’s face it – it’s old as dirt and dangerous too.

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Today I will outline for you what I consider the top 3 most important things when designing a custom integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

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The Microsoft Experience Center (MEC) is a hands-on facilitator led session that allows organizations to experience what is possible using Microsoft technology.

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We’ve often been tasked with developing data integrations for various CRM implementations.  Sometimes the data source may be a file, such as an XML file.  In order for an application to properly read data from an XML file, it needs to know the XML Schema.

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In CRM 2011, this required customization (scripting) to accomplish this task. In CRM 2013/2015, this can be accomplished by creating a new entity form under the Account – Relationship Type View.

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So what is BI and why is it such a valuable tool for these companies? BI is a software tool that companies use to ask meaningful questions of the vast amounts of date they collect.

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If you’re one of the many Microsoft Dynamics CRM customers getting ready to upgrade to MSCRM 2015 and your end users rely on the capability of adding line items to Opportunities, Quotes, Orders or Invoices, you’ll want to read on.

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In Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015, the new global search is a handy tool for quickly searching through CRM or specific entities.     Per Microsoft support, only 3 fields can be displayed in the search results – this number cannot be increased. The fields displayed in the search results may

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