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I am presently running dynamics CRM 4.0 enterprise and have created 2 organizations iCARE and iCARETraining
The question is how to restrict certain users to the iCARETraining organization? This is a lab that allows me to test things. One of the things I want to accomplish is
2 business units (Web Hosting and PC Support) each with different users, processes, customers, etc. the "got you" is that web hosting and PC support will need delicates administration to create employees in AD and one organization cannot login to the other's CRM
you just need to assign CRM security roles only inside the instance (for example iCARETraining) where you want the user to have access.
when you want to enable the user also to the other instance, assign security roles also there.
In follow up: how to allow CRM Admins to create a new user without having to call the enterprise help desk to create the AD User First? Logically if all authentication is done against AD we would have to do "batch processing" where for one or two days that's all our EHD does is make AD users to facilitate CRM Logins for new hires on either instance and because hiring and termination etc processes don't always occur on a set schedule or in even batches of say 10 or even 100 at a time it would spell nightmare for our EHD staff
Also user from one organization can't access other organization unless you will add them in second organization And you have to create user in AD first in order to add them in CRM.
if your company needs 2 days to create an AD user is not a CRM issue. When the user is inside AD it can be added inside CRM (and assigned a role) if the user is not inside AD can't be used inside CRM.
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