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I tried to install Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics, and everytime I go to the Dynamics Security Console and try to get the Dynamics Security Service to select the applications , I get an error message:
I select SecurityService and then a pop up comes up with the following
information:
" could not access the SecurityService service. Teh request failed with HTTP
status 404: Not Found. " 

What am I missing?

Thanks,
David
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Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling it?

I had similar issues getting it working.   Uninstalling and reinstalling following the Install Guide to the letter was what fixed it for me.
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well, I uninstalled it; someone told me that webservices is a pain to install and that would be better off on it;s own virtual server. so now I am trying to build a virtual server just for that, what a pain.
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Yes, I would agree with that.   We have our WebServices and CRM running on a seperate VM.   This is nice because you can roll back the changes, and install again if needed.

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so you have Webservices running on its on virtual box?
does it draw a  lot of resources?
my plan was to have Sharepoint server with Business portal and webservices on the same box and have SQL on it's own box, but I guess now I need to have a different machine just for the webservices.
are you using sharepoint?
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We have:

Physical Boxes:
1) GP + SQL
2) Sharepoint

Virtual Boxes:
1) WebServices + Econnect + CRM

Check out this link for WebService requirements on a VM:
http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/gp/using/webappsrequirements.mspx

The VM's do run a bit slow in our environment, but I think if we had more RAM to throw at them, the performance would improve.

Hope this helps.
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Opster,
thank you for your response and sorry for the delay.
Well, I am currently learning Virtual Server, I am gonna do a similar installation has you . do you have a hardware server just for the virtual or installed on the same boxe of your SQL / Sharepoint?
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David
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I have one box dedicated to virtual servers.
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