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Option 2: Rehome or configure an existing Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 deployment that connects to a SQL Server cluster that stores only the organization database

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

Configure your existing Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 server to use the SQL Server cluster that contains only the organization database.

  1. Follow the procedure in the previous section to create the SQL Server cluster. Option 1: Install a new Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 deployment

  2. Back up the MSCRM_CONFIG and OrganizationName_MSCRM databases that are on the existing SQL Server.

  3. Restore the OrganizationName_MSCRM database to the SQL Server cluster. More information: Backing Up and Restoring Databases in SQL Server

  4. On the computer that is running the Deployment Administration Server role, start Deployment Manager. To do this, click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and then click Deployment Manager.

  5. Expand the Deployment Manager node, and then click Organizations.

  6. Right-click the organization, and then click Disable.

    WarningWarning
    When you disable an organization, users will no longer be able to access Microsoft Dynamics CRM for that organization.

  7. Click Yes to disable the organization.

  8. In the list of organizations, right-click the organization, and then click Edit Organization.

  9. In the Edit Organization Wizard, in the SQL Server box, type the virtual SQL Server name for the SQL Server cluster that you created earlier, and then click Next.

  10. On the System Requirements page, after a successful diagnostics check, click Next, and then click Apply.

  11. Click Finish.

  12. Enable the organization. To do this, right-click the organization, and then click Enable.

  13. Reset the IIS services on the computer that is running IIS where the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2013 web application is installed. To do this, click Start, click Run, type iisreset in the Open box, and then click OK.

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