Microsoft has released CRM 4.0 Update Rollup #6. You may download the rollup from Microsoft’s website.
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Just want to let everyone know that the CRMUG Summit 2009 is going to held on Pheasant Run Resort and Conference Center in St Charles, Illinois. This Summit features a ton of educational sessions related to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. In addition, you can social and networking with other Dynamics CRM users, experts, peers, partners, Microsoft product managers and specialists. I will be working with other MVPs and experts to lead two of the sessions during the Summit.
If you haven’t register for the Summit, hurry up to register by visit the CRMUG website.
Location: Pheasant Run Resort and Conference Center
4051 East Main St.
St Charles, IL 60174, USA
Cost: $499.00 (Member), $649.00 (Non-Member)
I look forward in meeting you in the Summit.
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Microsoft Silverlight has help many businesses to create rich web applications. If you already a .Net developer and want to get yourself up to speed on Silverlight, I recommend that you get David Yack’s new book, Silverlight 3 Jumpstart.
This book is not like the references books, it focused on the key parts of Silverlight that are relevant for business application developers. This book is just little over 200 pages, you can get through the entire book pretty quick. The list price of the book is $39.99. If you like to get more information, just visit the book’s website (http://www.silverlightjumpstart.com/).
Wednesday, August 05, 2009
Recently I got a new Lenovo T400 laptop from work to replace my outdated IBM T60. I got it back from IT support, they locked my IE home page to an internal site through group policy. Since I travel quite a bit and not in the office, it takes me 5 to 10 seconds every time that I open a failure page in IE because it tries to load that internal site. It was very annoying for me.
I Bing, I found a way through registry that I can re-enable setting IE home page again. I like to blog it for my future reference and for anyone who has this problem.
So to re-enable setting IE home page again, here are the steps:
- Start | Run | Type regedit.
- Navigate to this registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Control Panel.
- Right click on HomePage, select Modify.
- Change the value from 1 to 0, then click OK button.
- Restart Internet Explorer.
After you updated the registry, you should able to change your Home Page in your Internet Explorer.
Tuesday, August 04, 2009
This is my CRM blog and I preferred to put things related to CRM in this blog. However I like to share my joy with the CRM community that my wife gave birth to a baby boy last month. We named him Allen. I have been pretty busy helping my wife out with this little kid and trying to get some sleep at night. :) Now you know why that I didn’t blog much recently. :P