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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 language support

This section describes the supported configurations for different language versions of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 system. This section doesn’t include information about Microsoft Dynamics CRM Language Pack support, but instead explains the supported configurations for the base-language versions. For more information about Microsoft Dynamics CRM Language Pack, see Install and deploy a language pack.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server language requirements

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server language examples

CRM phone app language support

The following requirements must be met when you run Microsoft Dynamics CRM with applications such as SQL Server. Note that all available CRM languages are supported.

 

Microsoft Dynamics CRM product Requirement

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013

The base language of Windows Server, SQL Server, Microsoft .NET Framework, MDAC, and MSXML must be either the same language as Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 or English. If an application isn’t available in a certain language, the English version can be used.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Microsoft Office Outlook

The base language of Windows Server, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express Edition, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, Microsoft .NET Framework, MDAC, and MSXML don’t have to be the same language as CRM for Outlook.

Each client stack in a single deployment can be in a different language.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook

The base language version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 must match that of CRM for Outlook.

For example, there can’t be some users who run the German version of CRM for Outlook while other users run the English version. For this scenario, we recommend provisioning the appropriate Microsoft Dynamics CRM Language Pack.

For example, you could have the following configuration having German as their base language:

  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013

  • Windows Server 2008

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

  • MSXML

  • .NET Framework

As another example, you could have Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 with Swedish as its base language and it could be configured with the following applications that have English as their base language:

  • Windows Server 2008

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

  • MSXML

  • .NET Framework

The following table describes an example of a supported language configuration for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 where all language editions match.

 

Program Language

Windows Server 2008

German

Microsoft SQL Server 2008

German

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

German

MSXML

German

.NET Framework

German

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013

German

The following table describes an example of a supported language configuration for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 where not all language editions match.

 

Program Language

Windows Server 2008

English

Microsoft SQL Server 2008

English

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

English

MSXML

English

.NET Framework

English

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013

Swedish

The CRM phone apps are available in the following languages.

CRM for Windows 8 Phones

  • English

  • French

  • Italian

  • German

  • Spanish

  • Portuguese (Portugal)

  • Portuguese(Brazil)

  • Chinese (Simplified)

  • Chinese (Traditional)

  • Czech

  • Danish

  • Dutch

  • Finnish

  • Greek

  • Hungarian

  • Japanese

  • Korean

  • Norwegian

  • Polish

  • Russian

  • Swedish

CRM for iPhone

  • English

  • French

  • Italian

  • German

  • Spanish

  • Portuguese (Portugal)

  • Chinese Simplified

  • Chinese Traditional

  • Japanese

CRM for Android

  • English

  • French

  • German

  • Italian

  • Spanish

  • Portuguese (Portugal)

  • Chinese Simplified

  • Chinese Traditional

  • Japanese

noteNote
BlackBerry devices don’t have a CRM app and are only supported for running Microsoft Dynamics CRM by using the BlackBerry mobile browser.

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