Microsoft CRM Deployment Manager requires Domain Admin privleges to run

Microsoft CRM Deployment Manager requires Domain Admin privleges to run

Post by Johnn » Tue, 27 Jan 2004 05:59:33


Hi,

When attempting to run CRM Deployment Manager I receive the following
series of errors;

From Microsoft CRM Deployment Manager

Domain administrator privleges are required to use Deployment Manager.

I click OK and receive

From Microsoft CRM Deployment Manager

SQL Server administrator privleges are required to use Deployment
Manager.

I click OK and receive

From Microsoft Management Console

The selected snap-in did not initialize properlty.

I click OK and receive

From Microsoft Management Console

The selected snap-in did not initialize properlty.

I click OK and receive

From Microsoft Management Console

The selected snap-in did not initialize properlty.

I click OK and the MMC opens with a nonfunctioning CRMDM snap-in

I need to allow 2 users to run this snap-in without giving them Domain
Admin privleges.

This snap-in was not listed in GP under

User Configuration
+Administrative Templates
+Windows Components
+Microsoft Management Console
+Restricted/Permitted snap-ins

Any ideas?
Thanks

Al
 
 
 

Microsoft CRM Deployment Manager requires Domain Admin privleges to run

Post by John O'Don » Tue, 27 Jan 2004 09:12:04

Are these two people administrator in the CRM system?

 
 
 

Microsoft CRM Deployment Manager requires Domain Admin privleges to run

Post by Johnn » Tue, 27 Jan 2004 11:08:32

John,
Yes they are members of the CRMAdmin group, they also currently have
the following CRM roles;

CEO-Business Manager
CSR Manager
Customer Service Representative
Maeketing Professional
Sales Manager
Salesperson
System Administrator
Vice President of Sales

Other CRM related Groups are

domain/CRM/MSDN Subscriber/SQLRepl
+domain/CRM/MSDN Subscriber/UserGroup
+domain/CRM/MSDN Subscriber/MSDN Subscriber/UserGroup/{2 users}

I did try making my test user a member of the Local Admin group on the
CRM Machine (this test user does not have CRMAdmin) and the Privilege
Use error was eliminated. I am now receiving an Application error from
DMSNAPIN which is Is - CRMSysAdmin : WhoAmI failed.

I assume this is due to the test user not having CRMAdmin. Currently I
am getting ready to hijack one of the user accounts that do have
CRMAdmin but I need to contact the user before I change a password
else I will receive a call very early tomorrow.

Any insight will be appreciated.

Al


On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 18:12:04 -0600, "John O'Donnell"