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database admins established AGL (avaliability group listener ) for CRM, so I've to replace existing CRM db server name with AGL name.
What is supported way to do that? I don't want to update database MSCRM_CONFIG using SQL. It is probably not supported.
Is it enough to:
I don't want to re-install/modify crm because of change like this.
Do you have any experiences with that?
Thank you in advance!
Hope you are well.
Yes, you are right. Any SQL direct modifications are unsupported.
And your idea is correct.
First you need to change the registry setting on CRM servers, that is responsible for identifying where MSCRM_config is located. And now point it to the AG listener.
Once you open then the deployment manager with the new connection string, you need to reimport the organization pointing to the AG listener again, so the value is updated in a supported manner on the DB.
Anything else, let us know.
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