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Hi CRM Forum Community,
For on-premise CRM 2015, I am debating whether to have CRM front-end and back-end server roles on separate server or on the same server. The SQL server will be hosted on a separate server.
What is the recommended approach or best practice in terms of application reliability and performance? Any major pros/cons?
You can look at the set up guide (in the 2015 SDK) but, I believe the two server configuration is the recommended solution. CRM aside, SQL Server is well known for not working well with others.
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