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CRM domain rejoin issues

Posted on 2006-05-15
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Last Modified: 2013-11-24
I have a CRM server which "fell" out of the domain (AD Issues).  I had to un-join and rejoin the domain on the CRM / SQL server.  I moved the server to a workgroup, then rebooted, deleted the CRM server from AD, and then rejoined the domain.

Yeah, yeah, I should have thought of the implications of that.  NOW I cannot get the security service to work.  everything else (except MSSQLServerADHelper) starts OK.

What must I do to fix this???
Question by:mossmak
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Found the Answer

Re-register the MSCRM Security service using -r -s commands

X:\program files\Microsoft Crm\server\bin\crmsecruityservice.exe -r -s

where X is the drive CRM is installed on.

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That fixed it!

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