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we have dynamics crm 2010 on premise, and our office will be relocated.
I hope to get some resource what I can do....
I know it is not as easy as moving web server from point a to point b.

We do have ad server as well and it connects with the current dynamic crm.

Or is it possible to VM it and relocate to another server? Thanks.
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by:Feridun Kadir
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Can you provide more information?  Are you taking your servers to your new office?  Did you mean CRM 2011, there isn't a CRM 2010?
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It is 2011. We plan to move the server there
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Feridun Kadir earned 500 total points
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If you plan to move the server then I don't see that there should be any issues. What issues are you concerned about?
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Web host and DNS on MS CRM Server.
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I think you are right. just change IP should work.
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