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CRM 2011 OrgName Change Issues

Posted on 2013-06-19
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I am running into an issue where we needed to change the org name of our dev CRM 2011 server (From CompanyCRM to CompanyDev).  We had to do this as the orgname in dev was the same as production.  All went well per the following directions.

https://community.dynamics.com/crm/b/marcellotonarelli/archive/2012/12/24/how-to-change-organization-and-database-name-in-ms-dynamics-crm-4-0-and-2011.aspx#.UcG6hfm1Exh

The problem I am running into now though is when I launch the site, in the main window I am receiving a 404 File Not Found Error.  This is only happening in the main window.  The left navigation and top ribbon works fine though (See screenshot).

I ran fiddler on the site and here is what I found but do not know how to fix.  When browsing the site fiddler will show the url is pulling up in the following format

crmserver.domain.com/NewOrgName/OldOrgName

Please let me know if you have any idea on how to correct this problem.
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Feridun Kadir earned 500 total points
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Have you restarted IIS on the CRM server? There may be some weird caching going on.
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Stupid me.  Didn't even think about that.  Should have known better.  Just did an iisreset and all works now.  Much appreciated for the quick response.
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No problem. We have all done stupid things.
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