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I want to install Microsoft Dynamic CRM 4 on a server that is not a domain controller, without Active Directory service, as another server on the network acts as this. How do I get the installation program to interpret this as it ask for active directory...

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Hi,

Have you got domain admin rights on domain you're trying to install on??

Can you change this to the Dynamics zone please.

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