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Crm 2015 import in different domain (You must map your Active Directory user account to at least one enabled Microsoft Dynamics CRM User who has the System Administrator security role before the organization can be imported.)

Dear All,
if you are facing the below issue by importing the CRM in different domain then solution is below:

You must map your Active Directory user account to at least one enabled Microsoft Dynamics CRM User who has the System Administrator security role before the organization can be imported.

Go to you sql Open CRM database Open table SystemUserBase Change the GUID and Domain name with your AD user (for getting GUID check the default organization table) Rest of the user make it IsActiveDirectoryUser Column "False" After that the error will resolve 
Regards  Rashid Imran Bilgrami

Downgrade SQL from Enterprise to Standard “Database cannot be started in this edition of SQL server” : Restore failed for Server Error in CRM 2011

Dear All

If you want to downgrade your database from the enterprise to standard here is the following solution



Reference URL:

https://ashwaniashwin.wordpress.com/2013/02/28/database-cannot-be-started-in-this-edition-of-sql-server-restore-failed-for-server-error-in-crm-2011/



Hello Everyone,

Today while trying to restore the Org_MSCRM Database from production server to one of my testing server, I came across a new Error:“Database ‘Org_MSCRM’ cannot be started in this edition of SQL Server because it contains a partition function ‘AuditPFN’. Only Enterprise edition of SQL Server supports partitioning. Database ‘Org_MSCRM’ cannot be started because some of the database functionality is not available in the current edition of SQL Server. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error:
905)”

The error was very clear indeed as my production server was SQL Server Enterprise Edition and testing server was SQL Server Standard Edition.
Basically while installing CRM 2011 in Enterprise edition, a partition is crea…