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Cannot create new users in CRM4.0

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Hi Gurus,

I installed CRM 4.0 and everything is working fine - except: I cannot create any more users! When selecting new users I get the connection to the AD and the user shows up in the fields. I use the webconnect and everything else is working fine. The error I get is undefined and I think that Microsoft should put in a link to experts-exchange by default ;)
When I look in the SQL Management Studio in the table "dbo.SystemUser" I can see the GUIDs from all the users I put in before. The rights on the table are only for CRMReaderRole on dbo select.
Help is very welcome.

Cheers
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Question by:Plastikboot
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by:Biffster007
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Hi,

Have you run out of licenses??

What else has changed in teh environment??

MH
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I found the solution - I lost the AD connection by reverting to a previous snapshot. Everything else was fine except the user right on the AD.
Unfortunately I realised to late when I dcpromoed the DC down again - I couldn´t try to force the AD connection.
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