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Edit CRM 2011 Queue via Remote web access IE 10, unable to save form when editing

Posted on 2013-06-21
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Hi,

When I try to edit a queue form from remote web access IE 10, when the popup appears, if I try to edit anything and save, it complains and tells me to enter a value for the field. It does this for every field. If I connect directly to the crm box, I don't have this issue.

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Pat
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Can you take the screenshot of the error and send it to me.
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Hi,

Here you go,
Using IE 10 in Remote web access.
IE10 RDWEBError
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Seems like my queues got corrupted, I created a new queue and the behaviour of the required field is normal again. Sounds like I am going to have to recreate 20 queues :).
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Resolved myself
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