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Problem activating CRM 2011 "crmlistcomponent" in Sharepoint 2010 Message: "Sandboxed Code Host Service too busy to handle request."

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Sharepoint/CRM integration component solution "crmlistcomponent.wsp" uploaded to Sharepoint 2010 site solution gallery. The component will not activate and returns error "Sandboxed Code Host Service too busy to handle request."

Sandbox code host is started and seems OK, no event log messages.

I have also tried to upload printlist.wsp from sandbox,codeplex.com and get same error.

Please note we are running Norwegian so some message translations can be a little off.
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by:Chinmay Patel
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Hi hakonsv,

Could you check whether,  Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Sandboxed Code Service is running?

Regards,
Chinmay.
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As I mentioned in the original posting: "Sandbox code host is started and seems OK"
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This problem has been diagnosed and a workaround is in place. The sandbox code host looks for Microsoft CRL revocation servers. Or server is not in direct contact with the internet and the CRL check fails without activating the imported solution. We found a blog entry where another user had made a workaround by adding the following entry to the server hosts file: "127.0.0.1 crl.microsoft.com"

After that the sandboxed solution could activate and everything is now working.
We had a Microsoft incident for this case but they were also flailing around - now they are up to speed :)
Still unsure as to possible consequences of spoofing crl.microsoft.com though.

Here is the blog post with the good stuff:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sharepoint2010programming/thread/ff3a5e65-dc5b-4b80-b8c9-752adcc3a903/

The fix is about halfway down by user "Gustavo"

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by:hakonsv
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Problem fixed 4.4. by  self.
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It is the same link as I've posted :) and yes that's the solution most of the users have found working.
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Solution discovered by self by internet searches.
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