Microsoft hasn’t developed a 64 bit runtime of the Silverlight Framework. This means that you have to install the 32 Bit runtime in order to see your Silverlight Applications in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. So when I upgraded to Internet Explorer 9 I came across a slight issues. As my Operating System is 64 bit I couldn’t use the 32 bit installer for Internet Explorer 9. If I let the auto installer do its thing I end up with the 64 bit version!
Recently I have had to configure a virtual environment for IFD to test a MSCRM 2011 solution I have developed. The solution had to work on the internal domain as well as externally. Below I have listed the steps I went through to get IFD working internally and externally on the same machine. Please note that these steps worked for me and my scenario/setup. They may help as a guide for your deployment. This guide expects you to have some knowledge around DNS, Certificate Management, Internet Information Services and Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
From time to time you can find yourself in a scenario where your System Jobs list is clogged up with workflows stuck in a waiting state. The Microsoft supported way of removing the items is through performing an advance find on waiting workflows and manually cancelling up to 250 workflows at a time. In extreme situations we do have another option which is suited to cases where we don’t have manageable amounts of workflows stuck in waiting.