Create the following shortcut: C:\Windows\System32\runas.exe /netonly /user:domainhere\Usernamehere “C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\130\Tools\Binn\ManagementStudio\Ssms.exe” as the Target. When the user clicks on this shortcut, a Command window will appear asking for the password to the domainhere\usernamehere account. You can either copy and paste the password or just start typing in the window — you won’t see the Read more about Can’t do a Run-As Another User on SQL Server Management Studio in Windows 10/Server 2012[…]
So you’re an Office 365 administrator and you’ve granted yourself, or someone else, “Full Access Permissions” to another user’s mailbox — either in Exchange Management Console or in Exchange Admin Center in the Office 365 Portal. You did this because you needed to access the user’s mailbox to receive something or work on an issue. Read more about FIX: Can’t Close Shared Users Mailbox in Outlook with Office 365[…]
Chrome’s latest version/update causes a serious issue with the “Notes” in CRM. So far, that’s the only area I’ve seen this in. Existing text and new text is “invisible”. Version 62.0.3202.62 – released on October 17th and rolled out over the past few days. The text is only visible if you highlight it: Otherwise, it’s Read more about Dynamics CRM Notes Text Invisible after Google Chrome Update (62.0.3202.62)[…]
After installing KB4011039 (Released on September 5), users are experiencing broken tables when exporting a Report/Invoice from CRM to Word. There are missing columns and rows — and thus significant data missing. This renders the ability to Print Invoices from Word null – granted, a potentially narrow use-case. Microsoft is now aware of the Bug. Read more about Microsoft Office Update KB4011039 Breaks Exported Word Documents[…]
After installing KB4022715 (Win10 1607) or KB4022725 (Win10 1703) or KB4022719 (Win7) (released by Microsoft on 6/13/17), which brings Internet Explorer to 11.0.043, CRM 2011 and Dynamics 365 (2016) users receive a “404- File or directory not found” when attempting to PRINT a Record (Contact, Report, etc.) to a physical printer or to a PDF.