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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011–Installation Configuration : Sample XML

The following outlines the sample XML configuration ,which is used to install a Full Instance of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Server with all Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011 components. This can be found in the CRM 2011 Implementation Guide. I highly recommend using XML files when installing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. You will need to change all the settings to match your environment setup, this is a guide only.

<CRMSetup>
<Server>
<Patch update=”true”>\\server\share\patchfile.msp</Patch>
<LicenseKey>XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX</LicenseKey>
<SqlServer>SQLServer</SqlServer>
<Database create=”true”/>
<Reporting URL=”
http://MyReportingServer/ReportServer”/>
<OrganizationCollation>Latin1_General_CI_AI</OrganizationCollation>
<basecurrency isocurrencycode=”NZD” currencyname=”NZ Dollar” currencysymbol=”$” currencyprecision=”2″/>
<Organization>Organization Display Name</Organization>
<OrganizationUniqueName>Organization_Name</OrganizationUniqueName>
<OU>OU=value,DC=subdomain,DC=subdomain,DC=subdomain,DC=com</OU>
<WebsiteUrl create=”true” port=”5555″> </WebsiteUrl>
<InstallDir>c:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics CRM</InstallDir>
<CrmServiceAccount type=”DomainUser”>
<ServiceAccountLogin>Contoso\CRMAppService</ServiceAccountLogin>
<ServiceAccountPassword>password</ServiceAccountPassword>
</CrmServiceAccount>
<SandboxServiceAccount type=”DomainUser”>
<ServiceAccountLogin>Contoso\CRMSandboxService</ServiceAccountLogin>
<ServiceAccountPassword>password</ServiceAccountPassword>
</SandboxServiceAccount>
<DeploymentServiceAccount type=”DomainUser”>
<ServiceAccountLogin>Contoso\CRMDeploymentService</ServiceAccountLogin>
<ServiceAccountPassword>password</ServiceAccountPassword>
</DeploymentServiceAccount>
<AsyncServiceAccount type=”DomainUser”>
<ServiceAccountLogin>Contoso\CRMAsyncService</ServiceAccountLogin>
<ServiceAccountPassword>password</ServiceAccountPassword>
</AsnyncServiceAccount>
<SQM optin=”true”/>
<muoption=”true”/>
<Email>
<IncomingExchangeServer name=”ExchangeServerName”/>
</Email>
</Server>
</CRMSetup>

Caution (from the Implementation Guide):
Maintaining the configuration file that has <ServiceAccountLogin> and <ServiceAccountPassword> values specified is a security risk because you are storing a password in plain text.  Delete these elements as soon as the configuration file is used to install Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011.

Happy installs!

Greg Olsen
Yellow Duck Guy

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