Monday, December 27, 2010
Things Are Not Always What They Seem http://ping.fm/ARLp0
Friday, December 24, 2010
The Top 50 Gawker Media Passwords http://ping.fm/SpILr
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Holy identity theft Batman! Firesheep from codebutler http://ping.fm/VLK9y
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Everything old becomes new again, given time... Social Networking - The Past http://ping.fm/bP4OC
Green Eggs & Facebook: 15 Social Media Tips from Dr. Seuss http://ping.fm/7Vitd
Multiple Gmail Accounts Just Got a Lot Easier to Manage http://ping.fm/Oiia7
Monday, December 20, 2010
Oracle Applications Now Available In Amazon's EC2 Cloud http://ping.fm/yudxi
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Want to chat in your native language? Translation bots - Google Talk Help http://ping.fm/n53IT
Friday, December 17, 2010
A FATHER WHO CREATIVELY CAPTURES HIS KIDS (20 PHOTOS) http://ping.fm/Kkbxi
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Google-powered netbooks to be based in the cloud http://ping.fm/00jYD
Monday, November 29, 2010
Remote Server Administration Tools (ADUC) for Windows 7 http://ping.fm/Bo91g
Friday, November 26, 2010
Want to run OS X on your PC? OSx86 http://ping.fm/Qo0JY
How to Install Android on an iPhone in Six Easy Steps http://ping.fm/Mmel5
How to Jailbreak Your iPhone 4 Using RedSn0w (Mac) [4.2.1] http://ping.fm/oDc2B
How to Change Your Default iPhone Browser http://ping.fm/UKhsM
Download iPhone Firmware Files http://ping.fm/OhFdR
Jailbreak iPhone 3G iOS 4.1 with PwnageTool [Guide] http://ping.fm/pPViH
Friday, November 19, 2010
App_Offline.htm and working around the "IE Friendly Errors" feature http://ping.fm/5T36f
App_Offline.htm and working around the Friendly Errors" feature http://ping.fm/dfNyY
Taking an ASP.NET 2.0 Application Offline http://ping.fm/uhrV7
ASP.NET’s Built-in Maintenance Page http://ping.fm/RgQho
Integrating Windows Explorer Files and Folders into CRM Tabs http://ping.fm/8nHgK
Social Activity Dashboard for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 http://ping.fm/R7evR
Developing Custom Workflow Activities in CRM 4.0 http://ping.fm/dCml6
Monday, November 15, 2010
‘This message has not yet been submitted for delivery’ « Microsoft CRM speak! http://ping.fm/1Gj4t
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Interesting view point on the IT Shift > MS Cloud Strategy – Are you confused yet? | EndUserSharePoint.com http://ping.fm/wQ9gK
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Get rid of file shares | EBS and RBS Solutions for SharePoint http://ping.fm/CPQak
Sunday, November 7, 2010
IDE’s For Ruby on Rails, which is best? http://ping.fm/vMVOu
Monday, November 1, 2010
CenterBeam Extends On-Demand IT Capabilities to the Cloud | PressRelease.net http://ping.fm/wxMp2
Saturday, October 30, 2010
The Cloud has finally caught up with us! -- CenterBeam Extends On-Demand IT Capabilities to the Cloud | PressRelease.net http://ping.fm/KUZnq
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Setting focus to a specific Tab in CRM http://ping.fm/hNKxl
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Does iPad + keyboard case = goodbye, Netbook? http://ping.fm/svz4h
Apple to hold 'Back to the Mac' event on October 20th! Does this mean FaceTime for the Mac? http://ping.fm/XDxZC
Triggering a Workflow with JavaScript in CRM 4.0 - Jeremy Winchell http://ping.fm/FDFDU
RedEye mini converts iPhone, iPad or iPod touch into IR-beaming universal remote -- Engadget http://ping.fm/IgOmA
Thursday, September 30, 2010

Map a sharepoint document folder to a network drive

This article doesn't solve the mapping problem, but it lets you open a Sharepoint folder in Windows Explorer on Win XP...

Map sharepoint document folder to a network drive - Outlook by the sound: "'\\Servername:portnumber\sites\mysite\Shared%20Documents\'
The port is not supported by Windows folder sharing. The UNC name folder sharing path can only use the machine name appending the folder.
The port concept can't be applied here; it should be used with the HTTP url.

We can specify http url as the sharing path. The steps is listed for you below:
1. At the File explorer, please click the 'Tools->Map Network Drive'
2. at the window, please click the link 'Sign up for ...'
3. at the pop-up window, click next, next and input the url. For example: http://mysps:2005/Shared20Documents
4. click ok to set up this mapping.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

CRM 4.0 Workflow, Imports and Outlook Client don't work!!!

Here is a lift from Robert MacLean's blog. Thank you Robert for posting this!


Workflow doesn't work, Imports never happen, emails don't flow and Outlook clients cannot connect

Update 23 June 2008: See The official way to change MSCRM ports for an official way to do this. Update 12 March 2008:
After you get MSCRM 4.0 up and running (install or upgrade) on your system with a custom host header you may find that workflow doesn't work (or flow), imports sit in a submitted state forever, the email router and outlook client cannot connect to the MSCRM server. This could also happen if you change the website details in IIS. What is happening is even though you access your server on a specific URL, internally in the Async service (which handles the workflow, duplicate detectionand imports) and the email router and outlook client actually just use the URL you used to connect to the Discovery Service.

The discovery service is a web service which gives back the real URL to the web services in MSCRM, so if you changed IIS it still gives back the old ones. There is also a bug in the RTM of MSCRM 4.0 which causes it to use the machine name instead of the host header after upgrades. So you go to http:// and the discovery service gives back to http:///mscrmservices/2007/crmservice.asmx which doesn't exist since yourhost headers should have it as http:///mscrmservices/2007/crmservice.asmx

You can pick this up using fiddler on the email server or desktop machine when trying to configure the email router or outlook client respectively. So I went though this with Microsoft PSS and they came back with a SQL command you can run to fix this.

NOTE: As this is a DB change it is unsupported. If you are a little worried about the impact do backups then try it. If you are very worried contact PSS directly for help.
1.USE MSCRM_CONFIG
2.Update DeploymentProperties SET NVarCharColumn = ':' WHERE ColumnName='AsyncSdkRootDomain'
3.Update DeploymentProperties SET NvarCharColumn = ':' WHERE ColumnName ='ADSdkRootDomain'
4.Update DeploymentProperties SET NvarCharColumn = ':' WHERE ColumnName ='ADWebApplicationRootDomain'

Example, if your server is called: myserver and runs on port 50000
1.USE MSCRM_CONFIG
2.Update DeploymentProperties SET NVarCharColumn = 'myserver:50000' WHERE ColumnName='AsyncSdkRootDomain'
3.Update DeploymentProperties SET NvarCharColumn = 'myserver:50000' WHERE ColumnName ='ADSdkRootDomain'
4.Update DeploymentProperties SET NvarCharColumn = 'myserver:50000' WHERE ColumnName ='ADWebApplicationRootDomain'

Once done do an IISReset and restart the Async service and everything should start to work fine! As I said before this came from PSS (in particular Justin Thorp)and I would really like to thank him for the hard workand great responses I got on it.

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