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Is Microsoft CRM made for the web and can we install it to our web server

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Some years back MS CRM a person would purchase CRM and install it to their local server.  Since there are a lot of different flavors of CRM out there today, like sugarCRM, vtiger, ZurmoCRM, suiteCRM, etc., can we purchase MS CRM for web server and install it to our own web server of choice? And how can we go about it?
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You can buy Microsoft Dynamics CRM to install on your own servers. However, you will need Active DIrectory, SQL Server and a Windows Server running IIS (Microsoft's web server).

You cannot use it with any other web server.

You can also buy Microsoft Dynamics CRM as a cloud service (CRM Online).
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And the cloud service, is it a must to be hosted in Microsoft site?
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Yes, the cloud service is hosted on Microsoft's servers in its datacenters
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Thank you for the info.
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