I have been working with CRM 2011 in recent weeks and come accross Pablo’s blog detailing upgrade scenerios. In particular he has detailed a very relevant scenario I am facing doing a CRM 4.0 32 bit upgrade. I found this article to be very useful and wanted to share. Visit Pablo’s blog here.
Step by step: Installing CRM 2011 On-premise and Migrating from Dynamics CRM 4.0 (32 bits, on-premise)
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