Microsoft Dynamics CRM Outlook client configuration problem

I installed Microsoft Dynamics CRM Outlook client.
When I am configuring this Outlook client through Configuration wizard I am getting following error
"No organization was specified in the configuration file."

What should I do to conigure MS CRM Outlook client

Intranet CRM URL: http://192.168.1.193:5555/
                              http://crmserver:5555/

Server Details:
Windows server 2003
MS CRM 4

Clent Machine details:
Windows XP Professional SP2
Office Outlook 2007
Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook

Thanks
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ByteridgeAsked:
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ByteridgeAuthor Commented:
Thanks shreedhar,

Still I am facing same CRM outlook client configuration error.
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easton21jdCommented:
You need to check permissions.  

The user that you are setting up with the Outlook Client either is not setup as a user or does not have the correct set of permissions to use the Outlook Client.  When this happens, the Configuration error will come across as "No organization specified in the Configuration File" due to the fact that there is no Organization with the specified user setup within it.  

I have had this a couple times over the past couple months and this has worked every time.

Please let me know what you find out.  Hope this helps.

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easton21jdCommented:
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ByteridgeAuthor Commented:
Still I am facing the same problem please help me to solve this problem.
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FuturestateCommented:
We have been experiencing the same problem and I believe it relates to multiple organisations being linked to the specified ID. We are using CRM Online and have ended up with 3 demo companies. When logging in to the web site we are presented with a pick list to choose from, it appears the Outlook client install does not cope with this.

Is anyone aware of command line of config file where the chosen organisation can be specified?
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