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MS CRM not accessible after IIS removal/reinstall

Posted on 2006-11-14
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Situation:
Removed IIS and reinstalled as part of a necessary Exchange reinstall.
I exported the CRM IIS xml configuration, but, am unable to access CRM.

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What changes do I need to make to access CRM again?
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Question by:genesissi
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You probably need to reinstall CRM as well, selecting the existing databases, and re-import your customizations.  The CRM install should set up the virtual web site again for you.  
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Uninstall and then reinstall?
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No, you should be able to re-install (or repair - I can't remember if that's an option) withouit an uninstall first.  Just make sure you select the existing database instead of creating a new one at that point in the install process.
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