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Access sharepoint site from client machine? (And Dynamics CRM for that matter)

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I'm setting up a lab environment, working on getting familiar with sharepoint and Dynamics CRM, and eventually integrating the two.

I have Sharepoint 2007 installed on a Server 2008 DC named "sharepoint". I can access Sharepoint from this server at http://sharepoint:41304.

I have Dynamics CRM installed on a Windows Server 2008 Member Server named "dynamics". I can access Dynamics CRM at http://dynamics:5555

Both machines are virtual machines inside my windows 7 host machine. The host is a member of the domain.

I cannot access Sharepoint, or Dynamics from any machines other than the ones they are installed upon.

Suggestions, please.
Thanks.
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First thought is to check that the firewall is allowing these ports through - I would turn off the firewall temporarily to test this out...(sorry if this is too obvious)

Hope this helps
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Hah, no, it's not too obvious. Haven't slept much this weekend, going through the rigors of the pre-requisites for Dynamics. Indeed it was the firewall.

Thanks!
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