Changing Dashboard Default Setting


1. Open a Powershell window on your CRM server – ‘Start > Run > “PowerShell” > OK‘.
2. Add the Microsoft Dynamics CRM PowerShell snap-in – ‘Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Crm.PowerShell‘.
3. Enter the following command to retrieve the current setting – ‘$setting = Get-CrmSetting -SettingType DashboardSettings‘.
4. Modify the setting (in this case we’ll increase the number of items allowed to 9) – ‘$setting.MaximumControlsLimit = 9‘.
5. And finally save the setting – ‘Set-CrmSetting -Setting $setting‘.

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About Kishore Dhanekula

MS Dynamics CRM and .NET Architect
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