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Hi, I need to change the existing domain for my crm 2013 onpremise which is running with application on one server, database on another server and ssrs on another server, lets say for example if my crm, db and ssrs servers are with abc.com domain and crm url is https://crmtest.abc.com now all the servers are going to change to xyz.abc.com so my url should be accesible through https://crmtest.xyz.abc.com
So now what all steps I need to consider to make a smooth transition to new domain for my production environment.Do I need to buy new CRM 2013 onpremise licenses?How to do the User mapping to new domain users?
I'm not a licensing guy but I believe you still can use your license with new domain.
If you're changing domain I'm afraid the best way is to do following:
1. Backup your current CRM DB.
2. Install and configure new deployment in new domain.
3. Restore backup taken on step 1 to new SQL Server connected to new domain.
4. Use Import organization wizard in one of steps you will have map users step.
Actually I am more interested to know about license part
I'm not a licensing guy. I would recommend to get in touch with Microsoft to get clarity on that.
This has no impact on the licensing. Users need a client access license (CAL) which grants access to any CRM organisation. If you are adding more CRM servers, each server would need a CRM server license (assuming you're still on the pre-Dynamics 365 licensing model). You only need the server licenses for production servers, so you don't need extra licenses when testing
Kindly let me know, why i don't need extra licenses for testing?
CAL, u are saying about user license, but my question is for migration of CRM application to another server with another domain name.(where CRM is not installed, so do i need to buy a new server license here?) and this is i am talking for CRM 2013
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