Sample server XML configuration file

[Applies to: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0]

The following configuration file installs an update file that is located on an internal share, installs all Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server components, and creates new databases on an instance of SQL Server that is named SQLServer.

<CRMSetup>

<Server>

<Patch update="true">\\server\share\patchfile.msp</Patch>

<LicenseKey>XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX</LicenseKey>

<SqlServer>SQLServer</SqlServer>

<Database create="true"/>

<Reporting URL="http://MyReportingServer/ReportServer"/>

<OrganizationCollation>Latin1_General_CI_AI</OrganizationCollation>

<basecurrency isocurrencycode="USD" currencyname="US Dollar" currencysymbol="$" />

<Organization>Organization Display Name</Organization>

<OrganizationUniqueName>Organization_Name</OrganizationUniqueName>

<OU>OU=value,DC=subdomain,DC=subdomain,DC=subdomain,DC=com</OU>

<WebsiteUrl create="true" port="5555"> </WebsiteUrl>

<InstallDir>c:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics CRM</InstallDir>

<CrmServiceAccount type="DomainUser">

<ServiceAccountLogin>login</ServiceAccountLogin>

<ServiceAccountPassword>password</ServiceAccountPassword>

</CrmServiceAccount>

<SQM optin="true"/>

<Email>

<IncomingExchangeServer name="ExchangeServerName"/>

</Email>

</Server>

</CRMSetup>

Caution

Maintaining the configuration file, which has <ServiceAccountLogin> and <ServiceAccountPassword> values specified, is a security risk because you are storing a password in plain text. Delete these elements as soon as the configuration file is used to install Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server.

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