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Sales and Marketing Tabs are not displayed

Posted on 2006-07-20
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hI aLL,

I have successfully installed MS CRM 3.0 Pro. When I accessed the website, I couldn't see Sales & Marketing Tab.I installed it on VPS. I could see all functions when I installed it on my laptop. I am having the administrator priviledges.

Please advise.

Thanks.

Regards,
Eunice
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With what account were you accessing MSCRM on the Server?
The admin account you used for the server installation, by default has Restricted Access mode enabled which will prevent you from seeing those tabs.

To verify just check that user's settings on the General tab
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