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  • Hi,

    I dont think there is a way to delete a user. You can disable it. Check the below link.

    http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/crm/thread/25ce790d-956b-4e92-8d46-c23251c776f0

    Thanks,

    Prasad

    Monday, November 19, 2012 7:20 AM
  • hi ,

    According to MS materials, Once users are added in Microsoft Dynamics CRM they cannot be
    deleted, but they can be disabled
    If you are worry about lincense, please see some info below:
    Although users are established in the system, they can be deactivated, and other
    users can use the license.
    Microsoft CRM 2011 uses named licenses (or user CALs) as well as machine licenses (or
    device CALs) as its licensing model. Named licenses require that every user who accesses
    the Microsoft CRM 2011 must have a license. If that user leaves the company or no
    longer needs to use the CRM, the license can be transferred to another individual;
    however, the previous individual then no longer has access to Microsoft CRM 2011.
    Machine licenses allow a single computer to be licensed to Microsoft CRM 2011, and
    multiple users can use the same machine provided they aren’t accessing it simultaneously.
    This is a significant improvement with regard to licensing when you consider call centers
    or similar organizations that operate around the clock. Named and Machine CALs can be
    mixed in a deployment.
    Two different kinds of Microsoft CALs are available with Microsoft CRM 2011:
    . Full—Full system functionality is granted to a user with this type of license. These
    users have full system access and full permission to modify records, limited only by
    whatever security role and privileges might be set for them.
    . Limited-use—This CAL is a read-only CAL and comes in two options:
    Administrative or Read-only. With this license, users have the ability to view all
    areas and records in Microsoft CRM 2011. However, they cannot make any changes.
    The Administrative version gives users the ability to modify records only in the
    Settings area.
    NOTE
    The licensing differences apply only when Microsoft CRM 2011 is accessed via the web

    client. To use the Outlook client, you must have the Full CAL. this content is from this post

    look at this threads. one, two


    Thanks and Regards. Make sure to "Vote as Helpful" and "Mark As Answer",if you get answer of your question.

    Monday, November 19, 2012 7:45 AM

All replies

  • Hi,

    I dont think there is a way to delete a user. You can disable it. Check the below link.

    http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/crm/thread/25ce790d-956b-4e92-8d46-c23251c776f0

    Thanks,

    Prasad

    Monday, November 19, 2012 7:20 AM
  • hi ,

    According to MS materials, Once users are added in Microsoft Dynamics CRM they cannot be
    deleted, but they can be disabled
    If you are worry about lincense, please see some info below:
    Although users are established in the system, they can be deactivated, and other
    users can use the license.
    Microsoft CRM 2011 uses named licenses (or user CALs) as well as machine licenses (or
    device CALs) as its licensing model. Named licenses require that every user who accesses
    the Microsoft CRM 2011 must have a license. If that user leaves the company or no
    longer needs to use the CRM, the license can be transferred to another individual;
    however, the previous individual then no longer has access to Microsoft CRM 2011.
    Machine licenses allow a single computer to be licensed to Microsoft CRM 2011, and
    multiple users can use the same machine provided they aren’t accessing it simultaneously.
    This is a significant improvement with regard to licensing when you consider call centers
    or similar organizations that operate around the clock. Named and Machine CALs can be
    mixed in a deployment.
    Two different kinds of Microsoft CALs are available with Microsoft CRM 2011:
    . Full—Full system functionality is granted to a user with this type of license. These
    users have full system access and full permission to modify records, limited only by
    whatever security role and privileges might be set for them.
    . Limited-use—This CAL is a read-only CAL and comes in two options:
    Administrative or Read-only. With this license, users have the ability to view all
    areas and records in Microsoft CRM 2011. However, they cannot make any changes.
    The Administrative version gives users the ability to modify records only in the
    Settings area.
    NOTE
    The licensing differences apply only when Microsoft CRM 2011 is accessed via the web

    client. To use the Outlook client, you must have the Full CAL. this content is from this post

    look at this threads. one, two


    Thanks and Regards. Make sure to "Vote as Helpful" and "Mark As Answer",if you get answer of your question.

    Monday, November 19, 2012 7:45 AM