Cannot connect to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server because we cannot authenticate your credentials in Office 2013 over Windows 8
Here is a great article about setting up CRM for Outlook on a Windows 8 Box!
As Microsoft Dynamics CRM moves into the future by enabling information workers to access information across many devices and networks—environments in which time-to-load and consumption are the key success factors—we’re focusing more than ever on providing a fast-loading, consumption-oriented user experience. This focus is particularly helpful for people who use Microsoft Dynamics CRM primarily to consume data, rather than to edit or update records….. More
Sometimes when building forms you are going to run into a situation where you may need to set or remove the business requirement of an attribute on a form. This comes in handy when you are using multiple forms for different types of users. For instance, a salesmen may only need the ability to add basic customer information on one screen, but on another screen you may have information not visible to the salesman, such as financial information. This financial information may include fields that MUST be entered by the finance folks. So, what you do in these situations is remove the requirement at the attribute level and add the following code to a page load event on your page:
Here is an intersting issue I ran across when upgrading a client from Office 2007 to Office 2010 as part of Office 365. When we completed the upgrade and installed the CRM Outlook component, the ribbon bar was gone! No Home, Send/Receive/ Folder etc. This was realted to a bug in the upgrade process. You’re going to have to edit the registry on this one.
6/25/2012 UPDATE: This new version will work in either Header, Footer, Body or all!
By default, if a field on your form is disabled, it will not save any changes made via script. In these cases you need to specifically change its submit mode as follows:
Pure and simple!