Sample server XML configuration file for installing with pre-created groups
Updated: November 1, 2016
Applies To: Dynamics 365 (on-premises), Dynamics CRM 2016
[This topic is pre-release documentation and is subject to change.]
By default, Setup creates four Active Directory security groups that are used by Microsoft Dynamics 365. You can create these groups in advance and then provide the information for the groups in the Setup configuration file.
To use the pre-created Active Directory directory service security groups, create an XML configuration file that uses the LDAP distinguished name syntax that is similar to the following example. Modify the variables as appropriate.
For example, the following sample would be used when the Organizational unit (OU) where the pre-created groups (PrivUserGroup, SQLAccessGroup, ReportingGroup, and PrivReportingGroup) are located is named Dynamics 365 and the full domain name where the Dynamics 365 OU is located is sales.contoso.com.
The user who runs Microsoft Dynamics 365 Server Setup must have Add User or Group permission to these Active Directory groups. For more information about how to assign user rights to a group in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), see the Active Directory Users and Computers Help.
Because the organizational unit will be specified when you use the Active Directory groups <GROUPS> element, you cannot specify the organizational unit again using the <OU> element.
The <Groups> element must be inside the <Server> and <CRMSetup> elements. For syntax structure, see Microsoft Dynamics 365 Server XML configuration file.
<Groups AutoGroupManagementOff="false"> <PrivUserGroup>CN=PrivUserGroup,OU=CRM,DC=sales,DC=contoso,DC=com</PrivUserGroup> <SQLAccessGroup>CN=SQLAccessGroup,OU=CRM,DC=sales,DC=contoso,DC=com</SQLAccessGroup> <ReportingGroup>CN=ReportingGroup,OU=CRM,DC=sales,DC=contoso,DC=com</ReportingGroup> <PrivReportingGroup>CN=PrivReportingGroup,OU= CRM,DC=sales,DC=contoso,DC=com</PrivReportingGroup> </Groups>
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