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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Outlook client - when configuring the Configuration Wizard it fails with Http Error 404: Not Found

Posted on 2011-03-02
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This is a new install that has had update rollup 15 applied on the client side as well as the server side.  

Environment is Windows Web Server 2008 R2 with SQL Server R2 2008.  All updates have been applied thus far.  

Client configuration is Windows 7 Ultimate Sp1 64bit , with Outlook 2010 32bit.  

I have been able to auto authenticate and access the CRM site via IE 8 without any trouble in the domain login, via http://crm.mycompany.com:5555

When entering this same address into the configuration wizard, it appears to start configuration but then displays the following error Http Error 404: Not Found.  
 
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I ended up uninstalling CRM 4.0 and upgrading to CRM 2011 which resolved the issue entirely. \

I recommend this step for anyone using CRM 4.0.
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