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Moving Dynamics CRM 4 security Groups

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Hi all

I currently have a Dynamics CRM implementation which is linked into AD.  The security groups for dyanmics curently sit in our network users container.  For support purposes I would like to move the security groups from the users OU to a Security groups directory on the same domain controller we have set up.  The question i have is...if i move them them will it affect CRM connectivity.
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Question by:bronafon_ict
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Chinmay Patel earned 2000 total points
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Hi bronafon_ict,

You can move them and it should not create issues at all however I'd still suggest not to do so in case there are some side effects that we have not seen before.

Regards,
Chinmay.
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by:Feridun Kadir
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I see no reason why you shouldn't move the security groups. CRM doesn't care what OU the groups are in. The only requirement is that CRM can manage the membership of the groups.
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