Manage Options for Unified Service Desk
Applies To: Dynamics 365 (online), Dynamics 365 (on-premises), Dynamics CRM 2013, Dynamics CRM 2015, Dynamics CRM 2016
The Options setting in Unified Service Desk (Settings > Unified Service Desk > Options) lets you manage global name/value pairs that are used by the Unified Service Desk components.
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Manage a Unified Service Desk option
To manage the Unified Service Desk options:
Sign in to Microsoft Dynamics 365.
Go to Settings > Unified Service Desk.
On the Active UII Options page, click New.
On the New Option page, type the option name and corresponding value. Some options are available in the Global Options list. Additional global options for Unified Service Desk that aren't displayed in the list and must be entered by the administrator are described in this table.
Value and Description
Set the value to true to hide the close button on the session tabs. If you use this option, you should plan to provide a button or some other method to close a session. You may call the CloseSession action on the Session Tabs hosted control to close the session.
CRM UI Base Url
If the URL for accessing the Dynamics 365 web services is different than the URL for accessing the web UI, you may need to use this option to specify an override. When a user logs in, the system uses the discovery server to determine the web services endpoints but can only imply the URL used for the UI. This option can be used to specify what the URL should be when accessing the GUI.
If this is set to true, the system will use the embedded WPF WebBrowser control until the memory reaches a threshold, and then it will switch to launching the browser in an iexplorer.exe process and attach it to the window.
This option is known to have some issues with security. If you want to activate this mode, it should be thoroughly tested in the target environment. This mode is considered unsupported.
Specify the value in bytes. This specifies the memory limit that the process can use (working set), before the application refuses to allocate additional browser instances. If this value is specified:
The OutOfMemoryThreshold option will be ignored.
If the AutoUseExternalBrowser option is true, the value specified in the MemoryLimit option will be the memory limit that will trigger the application to launch the browser externally.
This is a threshold value beyond which the application will refuse to allocate additional browser instances. This value is specified in bytes and is subtracted from the maxworkingset value to determine how much memory is allowed for the process. If the AutoUseExternalBrowser option is true, this will be the memory limit that will trigger the application to launch the browser externally.
Specifies the depth to which nesting of replacement parameters can be done in an expression. Specify an integer value for this option.
Consider the following example, where you have the following replacement parameters:
Str3 = "Level 3"
Str2 = "Level 2 – [[Str3]v]"
Str1 = "TopLevel – [[Str2]v]"
If you consider, the following expression:
Value = [[Str1]]
Value would result in "TopLevel - Level 2 - Level 3".
In the above expression, the depth of the nesting of the replacement parameters is 2.
More information: MSDN: Use replacement parameters to configure Unified Service Desk
Specify a custom URL for the generic listener port. More information:MSDN: Change the port of generic listener
Specify whether to display (True) or suppress (False) script errors in webpages displayed in Unified Service Desk. If you don’t specify the ShowScriptErrors option for a Dynamics 365 instance, the value is assumed to be False, which implies that the script errors aren’t displayed in the client application.
Specify an integer value to override the default page count (records displayed per page) value of 50 for the DoSearch action.
Enables client caching in Unified Service Desk. More information:Configure client caching in Unified Service Desk
Indicates the maximum number of simultaneous sessions that each user can open using Unified Service Desk client. An error message is displayed to the users when they exceed the specified simultaneous session limit. More information: MSDN: Session management in Unified Service Desk
Indicates the timeout period for the duration (in milliseconds) that the Unified Service Desk monitoring process (usdmp.exe) waits before terminating an unresponsive Internet Explorer process, which also causes Unified Service Desk to become unresponsive. Valid range is between 0 and 30000. If set to 0, the Unified Service Desk monitoring process will not start and will not monitor Unified Service Desk for unresponsive behavior. if set to any other value within the range, Unified Service Desk automatically starts the monitoring process. The default value is 5000 milliseconds (5 seconds). More information:MSDN: IE Process hosting method
Enables the organization-wide setting that allows user agents to send improvement program information to Microsoft. More information:Help improve Unified Service Desk
For CRM Page and Standard Web Application components that use the IE Process hosting type, users can move out of the current IE Process hosted control by pressing the CTRL + Up Arrow keys. If the CTRL + Up key combination is assigned as a shortcut in another application, you can use the IEProcessKeyboardShortcut option in Unified Service Desk to assign a different key combination for moving out of a IE Process hosted control, such as Ctrl+r.
To use this feature you must have Unified Service Desk update 2.2.
This option allows you to type one of the global options listed in this table that does not appear in the Global Options list.
Apart from these, the Options setting is also used to configure auditing and client caching in Unified Service Desk. More information:Configure auditing and diagnostics in Unified Service Desk and Configure client caching in Unified Service Desk
Unified Service Desk 2.0
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