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Supported way of changing AggregateQueryRecordLimit in Microsoft CRM 2011 with PowerShell

I see some post around on the web saying that it’s unsupported changing the AggregateQueryRecordLimit in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 as you only can do it directly in the database.

It’s not true anymore.

Now you can control this with PowerShell, together with some other settings you can play around with :-)

Have a look on the link on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg334634.aspx

And how to use it: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/2a4061cd-e6b4-4672-8c44-20a27c523718#use_powershell_advanced

In the SDK there is also some samples regarding this.

 

<error>

<code>0x8004e023</code>

<description>AggregateQueryRecordLimit exceeded. Cannot perform this operation.</description>

<type>Platform</type>

<details>AggregateQueryRecordLimit exceeded. Cannot perform this operation.

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