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Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Feature list breakdown by Professional, Basic and Essential CAL

The image below outlines the feature list breakdown under Professional, Basic and Essential Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Client Access License (CAL).

From this list is easy to determine what features you get access to under each CAL for CRM 2013 when deciding if you need the Professional, Basic or Essential CAL.

Greg Olsen
YellowDuckGuy

Dynamics CRM

Help us produce Brixton's new licensing policy

Part of what makes Brixton an amazing place to live is the breadth of entertainment. Venues like the Academy, Plan B, the Windmill and Dogstar, pubs like the White Horse and Grand Union and the many places to eat like Negril, Upstairs and Brixton Village have put Brixton on the map and created jobs and investment. 362 more words

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HP StoreOnce VSA – An introduction

Good Post by Patrick Terlisten (thank you)

A side effect of data growth is the growth of the amount of data that must be backed up. 59 more words

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Configure User License Mapping in SharePoint 2013

We recently enabled User Licensing in our environment and I ran into some issues getting it to work properly.  With licensing enabled I was unable to access the protected functions even though I was a member of the proper groups.  718 more words

SharePoint 2013

VENSAIRE ALBUM RELEASE SHOW APRIL 14th

Monday, April 14 | Vensaire | Baby’s All Right! | Doors 7pm | BUY Tickets | $10

Read the SPIN.com review of Perdix and stream the debut album here.

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Licensing Agreement to bring-in easy access to Dolutegravir (DTG).

The License agreement between the Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) and ViiV Healthcare over a drug Dolutegravir (DTG) has brought new hope in the field of medicine. 232 more words

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Licensing round-up: champagne, function hall and a takeaway

Several Licensing issues will be heard in coming weeks affecting Brixton Hill residents. Councillors have made representations on these issues and are keen to hear more from residents. 504 more words

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