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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
I work from home and I setup Windows Server 2012 R2 with the goal of running Dynamics CRM 2016 Workgroup in Hyper-V on the machine. My goal was to gain hands-on experience learning about Windows Server and the service roles, etc. by setting it up myself. My hardware is an HP Proliant ML110 G7, which has Raid 10. For Networking, it connects to a DrayTek Vigor2820 router. That router goes to two workstations. The DrayTek router connects to the home TP-Links Router (wifi turned on for devices in the home), and the that connects to a Modem Router (wifi turned off) So the house has two networks - work and home. My server 2012 (SERVER) runs DNS, DC, AD, DHCP, Azure Connect, Hyper-V. The DC is called musktech.local. Musktech is the name of my (lab setup - hypothetical company). I originally set it up the DC as but felt that would cause issues later on and I followed a guide to change the name of the server using Powershell. That seems to have worked well and the server has changed its domain name to musktech.local. Hyper-V runs three servers using dynamic memory: Sever 2- Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2016, IIS. Server 3 - SQL (for CRM) Server 4 - ADFS, ADCA I managed to get Dynamics CRM working and I can access Dynamics CRM as a user from one of the workstations. My other workstation (my main machine) can connect to the domain, but it does not allow me to sign in for some reason which is a bugger as I would like a single sign-on (SSO) between the domain and my office 365 account. I have Office 365 setup under the domain I have setup Azure Connect on the SERVER to sync between the AD and Azure AD. Again this is all to learn more about server, cloud and hybrid configuration. Within Office 365 I also have two other domains - and These domains are in fact what I use for work, so I have email accounts that I contact customers on via these domains. The idea is that musktech will be my new company, and dynamicstech and dyanmicsgolf are both sub companies that have their domains. What I am unsure about is my Server Domain controller. Again I'm new to this, so I assume I would also need a domain controller setting up for and domains? It's a question I have but I don't know the answer. For web hosting etc., I use GoDaddy and GoDaddy has all my DNS and web hosting for musktech, dynamicgolf, dynamicstech, etc. I'm happy with Godaddy but just unsure if some of my config for setting up some service roles needs records pointing to my server... Not a huge issue but just making it aware. Finally, the biggest problem I'm currently keen to solve is with Dynamics CRM and the setup for Internet-Facing Deployment, which would allow me to access my on-prem CRM system from a https: Login, because Dynamics uses IIS. I can't get that working after following the guide and reading tutorial steps. I have setup another UpWork project to have someone with Dynamics CRM knowledge help solve that, but if it is something you know, then I would allow you to fix that too, as that's the main reason for setting up this job. Internet-facing deployment requires ADFS, IIS, etc. Server certificates etc., which is quite confusing to understand. I'm not prepared to spend any money buying any certificates because I'm the only person that needs access and it's not like I'm in a big company. It's just me. So an area I've tried to look at is around certificates and trust. I've created some but not sure if its all done correctly, so even though my CRM work's on-premise, I know my server setup is not configured professionally and that's why I wanted some help with is to get it right, and learn those missing skills. So the Firewall, Group Policy, Certificates and trust, etc. needs to be checked and ensure it works as it would do in any normal business. I think that covers it all. I honestly don't see this a big job or time-consuming job either. I would expect the work done within the time limit. I've listed the background of my server setup, the area I need assistance with and someone with Server knowledge and skills should be able to pick this up and fix it fairly quickly. Is that you? Do you have any questions and thoughts? Thanks for reading, Mark
Skills: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Active Directory DNS Microsoft Hyper V
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I need someone to develop the following for our Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016: 1. Create a recurring task functionality (workflow I believe) 2. Create a 'Notes' or 'Dialogue' field within our appointments page under activities * I would like to be shown how this is done too.​ Creating these tasks for our CRM & showing me how to do it.​ Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 skills and developer skills
Skills: Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for an expert designer to overhaul our functional CRM for comprehensive property management. Our software needs to have the Ui/Ux rethought and turned into a slick innovative experience. We have modules for managers and tenants. We have incorporated payment gateways and other novel solutions which now need to be reworked into a better framework of databases and workflows. Since we have already built the CRM, we have got lots of starting documents and a finished CRM. We are looking for a designer to look at how to improve the Ui/Ux and look and feel so that users can get the best from it. We ideally are looking for designers from the UK/US who have successfully produced great designs which have been implemented into well designed products. Good knowledge of CRM frameworks and database designs will be useful (nothing too complex here but this will help speed things up). The ultimate end product will be used on both PCs and mobile devices and hence a good knowledge of these formats will be beneficial to help the Ui design. We are only responding to designers who display detailed understanding of solving problems using good design rather than contractors using templates to clock up freelance jobs. The output we require should allow a developer to build the perfect product from a detailed functional spec or similar. We can set the project up as a one off contract as well as by the hour provided we get an estimation of the number of hours required. We anticipate anything from a couple of weeks to over four weeks to produce the functional design spec.
Skills: Microsoft Dynamics CRM CRM Database design GUI Design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Hi, We are looking for somebody very smart and understand very fast. You will be working to copy a Dynamics CRM into suiteCRM. It's all in French so if you Speak French it would be a great thing! WITH your application please answer the following questions: 1. Tell me your experience in developing open source CRM 2. Do you speak French ? 3. What hours and how many per day you can work 4.When can you Start? 5.Your internet speed please go on this website and copy the link to me. If you do not answer the 5 questions I will not consider you as an applicant
Skills: Microsoft Dynamics CRM SuiteCRM
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We are seeking a full-time Microsoft Dynamics CRM/XRM Analyst and Architect to assist us with migrating our company into the Dynamics XRM platform. We are a fast growing MGA/Wholesale Insurance Broker in the gulf region with offices in Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, and Florida. Our Microsoft CRM/XRM Analyst reports directly to the President/CEO of Equity Partners. The analyst will work as the project-lead, manager, architect, and administrator of our Dynamics CRM solution. The analyst will help guide our implementation and migration of existing solutions into the CRM platform and work with our vendors and help manage contract work and outsourcing projects. Once the CRM platform is complete, the Analyst will transition into a permanent administration role of the CRM solution and will manage the product lifecycle and enhancements. What's required? Must be a self-starter, capable of managing projects, meeting timelines, and working with vendors, partners, and our staff; Able to communicate and understand business processes then translate them into CRM/XRM solutions; Excellent analysis and design skills; Full lifecycle development experience; 4+ years of experience with Microsoft Dynamics CRM/XRM; Experience migrating non-CRM solutions into the CRM platform; Microsoft Dynamics CRM/XRM customization, workflows, and .NET integration; Development of plugins and custom workflow assemblies; Knowledge of the web resource capabilities within Dynamics CRM; Understanding of Dynamics CRM and related technologies (e.g. .NET development, SQL Server integration, SQL Report Services); and, Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent degree or certifications. What else would make you stand out? Experience with CRM portal software SiteFinity; Working experience with Microsoft Dynamics GP; Experience with JavaScript or JSON; and, Previous migration project experience
Skills: Microsoft Dynamics CRM ASP.NET JavaScript json
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for someone who will create thought provoking website and blog content. We will be providing you with all the information in a brief and you will be responsible for organizing it in a thought provoking manner. We are looking for someone who will be providing us with polished ready to upload content, making our website a place our clients can come for advice as their trusted Microsoft Partners. Skill set should include: -Knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics GP/CRM/Azure -Experience writing Blog content based on Dynamics GP -Experience with Website content based on Dynamics GP -Knowledge of Content Marketing Strategies -Advice on Content Marketing strategies and direction -Fluent in English Please refer to our website so you can better understand our company
Skills: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog Development Blog Writing Business Continuity Planning