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I am trying to install CRM 2013 SP1 UR4 on onpremis server and running into issues. I am being prompted for Server.msi in the middle of installation. I am not sure where to download that one from. On our servers Windows Updates are disabled, so not sure if it looking to install some prereq. If there is a preReq, what is it? Can I install it ahead of time? I looked the documentation and did not find any specif preReq other than CRM 2013 SP1, which is already there.support.microsoft.com/.../update-rollup-4-for-microsoft-dynamics-crm-2013-service-pack-1I am on Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 64bitOn this server I already have CRM 2013 SP1 installed. If I hot cancel, it again prompts me for retry and I am again bak at the same spot.
When I go to Add or remove programs, I see like the installation process already added UR4 entry.
I will really appreciate any help.Vinod
One possibility is this may be related to .Net Framework components. These are normally part of the Windows media, but in a different folder (sources\sxs). You may also get more information on what component it's looking for by checking the installation log, under %appdata%\Microsoft\MSCRM\Logs
Thank you David for the response. I reviewed the logs and again tried to rerun the installer. I am seeing the following error. If I hit cancel, then it goes little further and then prompts me for server.msi.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Service Pack 1
Action Microsoft.Crm.Setup.Common.Update.DBUpdateAction failed.
Cannot drop the procedure 'dbo.p_DisableCreateUser', because it does not exist or you do not have permission.
I went to the database and found that the stored procedures in MSCRM_CONFIG database are owned by my username instead of dbo schema.
What kind of SQL Server Database permissions should I have to run the CRM installer? Will you be able to point me to some documentation that may list the permissions I need? I will really appreciate any help I can get on this. I tried to look it up here, but so far did not find anything regarding the DB permissions.
To get around this issue, I had to grant myself sysadmin on sql server. And once installation is done, I have asked to remove sysadmin role for my account.
I would be nice to know what is min set of permissions required to perform CRM installation from some official Microsoft CRM documentation.
its actually mentioned here if you want to have a look :
Thank you Rawish, this article you mentioned is really useful.
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