Sharepoint and Dynamics CRM 3.0 conflict...

Posted on 2006-05-27
Last Modified: 2013-11-24
I just installed SHarepoint on Win Server 2003 after I installed CRM 3.0.  Now when I type in IE - http://server - I get a conflict message.  I think Sharepoint and CRM are trying to use the same site and I don't know how to move one to another url so they don't mess each other up like right now...
Question by:riser117
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    Add a HOST HEADER to your Sharepoint web site.  Something like "sharepoint" and then add a CNAME record to your DNS for the same name pointing to server.domain.local.

    Then, http://sharepoint will go to Sharepoint and http://server will go to your CRM.

    The visual how-to:


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