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I have installed D365 outlook client update 8.2.3 in my machine. I want to do silent outlook configuration. I'm using the below script.
Microsoft.Crm.Application.Outlook.ConfigWizard.exe /Q /i C:\Nithya\Default_Client_Config.xml /L C:\Nithya\CRMoutlook.log
When I run this script, I'm getting access denied error. Since the organization I'm trying to configure is deployed in different domain, I'm not able to configure using my login credentials. I used CMDKey to register the user which is having access to the org and tried to run the above command. But this time, it didn't even create log file and nothing happened. Is there any other way to use credentials directly in the script or am I missing something here? Kindly support.
I think there are some changes required in the configuration code, not pretty sure about them but you can refer the link below for some help on the same.
I'm able to configure for the org deployed inside my user domain. But the one I'm trying now is different domain and it expects user credentials during login. I don;t know how to pass it along with the script. As suggested in the link, I already registered the user credentails using cmdkey in windows vault. But still not able to configure for the org in outside domain.
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