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CRM 4 and 2011 installed side by side.

CRM 4 and 2011 installed side by side.

CRM 4 and 2011 installed side by side.

We've been running CRM 4, and I'd not like to test CRM 2011 to ultimately upgrade.

CRM 4 is using SQL 2005.

We have installed a new instance of SQL 2012 on the same physical box as the SQL 2005 Server. CRM 2011 itself has been installed on a separate virtual machine.

The question I have relates to the SRS data connector. The CRM 4 version of the data connector is currently installed on the SQL server. If I install the CRM 2011 SRS data connector on the same box as the CRM 4 connector, will they conflict with each other, or cause any problems?


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