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Change Lead Disqualify values in MS CRM 4.0

Posted on 2010-11-16
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Hello!
I am attempting to change the values on the "Lead Disqualified" drop-down in Microsoft CRM 4.0.  We are self hosting our system and cannot locate where to change the values available when a lead is converted to lost.

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Go to Settings > Customizations > Customize Entities > Lead > Attributes > open the Status Reason attribute. There is a drop down box on the right called Status, select Disqualified and you will be able to change the values.
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Outstanding!  You get a bonus for such a perfect and quick answer!
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