MS CRM Security Roles to Excel Export

https://mscrmrolesheetexporter.codeplex.com/

Export the detailed privileges of every CRM security role into an Excel workbook.

CRM_security_roles_export

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Microsoft Business Solutions MVP (CRM) from Finland.

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6 comments on “MS CRM Security Roles to Excel Export
  1. Mitch Bird says:

    Hi Jukka
    How would I determine what server my companies CRM is installed on?
    I wanted to try out your Security Roles utility but I don’t know the server where we are installed.
    Is there a way to find it out from the UI, I am Sys Admin on the system.

    • Mitch, you should be able to determine the server type from the URL you use for accessing CRM via a browser. If it ends with “.dynamics.com” then you’re in an Office 365 environment with 99% certainty (a few customers could still be in Windows Live ID based CRM Online legacy platform).

  2. James Wierzba says:

    Is source code available?

  3. Mo-tunde Ire says:

    Hi Jukka,
    Please how do I run the application? The zip file does not contain a .exe file.
    Thanks,
    mo

  4. Ashok says:

    Hi Jukka I am trying to Import this tool in to V9.0 of Dynamic 365 .But its not importing there.

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