Microsoft Dynamics 365
I'm surprised this isn't listed on here yet. I searched the open suggestions, but didn't see it. Title is self explanatory.
Madan Natu (administrator)
on 11/23/2016 6:32:25 AM
There is a 64 bit client for many years now. I don't think it is relevant any longer.
SQL Express 2008 supports x64... and crm4 can work w/ sql 2008. So, you can deploy the x64 client
Microsoft Office Integration
How can you say this issue is resolved when the resolution is to go back to 32 bit, I'm sorry but that is no sesolution
Yes what a joke, but luckily there is a fast workaround. Just close the window via task bar, click yes to cancel, and it "continues". So funny.
Landed on this after doing some research on whether CRM 4.0 supports Office 2010. We are looking at rolloing out a new desktop image to our 900+ users this year. This image will be a Windows 7 Office 2010 image. Having a CRM Outlook plug-in support Office 2010 is essential.
This is definitely a big limitation and should be made a priority. I have been running 64 bit Windows 7 and find the 2 major incompatibilities are both Microsoft products-this add in, and the admin tools for Windows 2003.
Not having the CRM add in client delays our decision to upgrade to Windows 7 and Office 2010 and is costing Microsoft money.
Add my two cents, as a ms certified partner, we want to demonstrate 64 bit office clients , to now find out I have to use 32 bit on my new 64 bit os is a stumbling block , please address as some of us dont use the offline client
Does CRM 4.0 for Outlook non-Offline need SQL Express? If not, can we get CRM 4.0 for Outlook online only?
Thanks for your suggestion. One of the reasons behind not being able to support 64 bit was that SQL Express 2005 did not support 64 bit at the time of release. We are strongly considering support for 64 bit Outlook in our next release. In the meantime, we do support running 32 bit Office on 64 bit Windows in WOW mode.Updated by Connect Synchronizer; see History tab for changed fields.
Definitely important. As a small company, we all have Office 2010 but now just discovered that we can't make use of CRM's outlook client
This is a much needed feature. We are trying to move to windows 7 with more powerful computers and higher memory, but becasue there is no 64bit connector from MICROSOFT, we are forced to install the x86 version of the Office product. Am I just crazy, or does this seem like a software oxymoron?