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Cannot save Local Data Groups settings in Microsoft CRM Client for Outlook with Offline Access

Posted on 2009-07-15
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We have installed the offline client in Outlook for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 and on one user's computer, it does not allow us to modify the Local Data Groups because the save button is disabled / grey.  Anyone know what causes this?

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Len
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by:Aftab_Khateeb
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Does the user's role has "Go offline" option checked?  in CRM Settings - > administration ->"Security roles".  check "sync to outlook" is also checked. Also check if all the latest hotfix or rollup added to the user's laptop.

Let me know how u go after this
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by:ACTGuru
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Yes, both are checked.  We're using rollup 3, one of the add-ons we use is just now being tested against rollup 5, after which we'll likely install that.  No others have this issue though.
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Well.. yeh sure try roll up 5. I hope the user is matching with all basic pre-requistites of Outlook client installation. Have you tried reinstalling the CRM outlook client for this user? It may be some internal setting which might not be properly configured I guess.
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Reinstalled the client
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