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Hi all, we have dynamics crm 2011 included Ms sql on premise and need to move to the new office. I know we also need to bring our ad along with it as well

The ms sql is in the same box with ms dynamics crm.
Can anyone tell me what we need to do and prepare?

Thanks
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by:Feridun Kadir
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Are you taking the existing servers with you to the new office?

Do you have an Internet facing deployment configured in your current CRM?
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Yes we take existing server to the new office
2nd part I don't know what it is. Please share with me more
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by:Vitor Montalvão
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The new office has the same domain? If so, I guess you'll only need to connect the servers there.
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AN Internet facing deployment is something you would have configured in the CRM deployment manager which makes CRM work over the Internet. If you have done this you will need to review your external DNS records because you will almost certainly have new IP addresses at your new office.

If your Active Directory domain is not changing and all your servers are moving with you then I don't think there is anything else to do.
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ITsolutionWizard, a feedback will be appreciated.
Cheers
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All: thanks. The new office will have the same ad and different IP address. When I move the server there, connect all things properly. Fire up crm, where I need to go to make changes on crm?

Thanka
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The new office will have the same ad and different IP address.
If the applications aren't using the IP address to connect to SQL Server then you're good to go. Just check if DNS are correct and if so I'm not expecting any kind of issue.
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ITsolutionWizard, a feedback will be appreciated.
Cheers.
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