Don't forget your Kerberos - Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) authentication failed

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I had a colleague reach out to me today because they were facing an issue calling Dynamics CRM 2015 web services over HTTPS. The calls worked over HTTP, but not HTTPS. He sent me the details of the exception he was getting, as seen below. SOAP security negotiation with https://d....2/A....EV/XRMServices/2011/Organization.svc for target https://dcb.../A...EV/XRMServices/2011/Organization.svc failed. See inner exception for more details. Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) authentication fa…

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CRM REST JavaScript - Bad Request: Error processing request stream

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Sometimes I'm tired and forgetful, and in a rush. Never a good combination. I was writing some form based JavaScript to programmatically create child-records using the REST API in Dynamics CRM 2015 and encountered the following error in a nasty JavaScript alert dialog. Error: 400: Bad Request: Error processing request stream. The property name 'field_Name' specified for type 'Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Data.Services.field_Name' is not valid. The attribute in question was a DateTime field, so I was stuffi…

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There are too many active security negotiations or secure conversations at the service. Please retry later.

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If you’ve got a load balanced Dynamics CRM on premises installation be careful how you configure the load balancer. An incorrect setting can limit the capacity of your system. During load testing of a client’s Dynamics CRM environment we encountered a problem where the CRM web services appeared to be saturated and would no longer accept connections – logging the following error: There are too many active security negotiations or secure conversations at the service. Please retry later. When load…

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Dynamics CRM performance troubleshooting

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If you’ve got a Dynamics CRM 2011 / 2013 / 2015 on premise installation that isn’t performing the way you (or your users) think it should then this article gives you information on how to diagnose where the problem(s) lie and some suggested solutions. Some of these tips and tricks apply to CRM Online as well, so read on cloud customers.  Stating the obvious The first thing you’re going to need to understand is – *what is slow about your CRM and how have you measured that? *You are going to need…

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