Resolving “File Could Not Be Uploaded” Issue when Adding Email Attachment

One or more CRM 2011 users in your organization are unable to attach files to emails that they have created, or to emails that were created by other people, and they get the following error:

File Could Not Be Uploaded

You do not have enough privileges to access the Microsoft Dynamics CRM object or perform the reuqested operation. For more information, contact your Microsoft Dynamics CRM administrator.

[CrmException: SecLib:: AccessCheckEx failed. Returned hr = 0214718796, ObjectID: {GUID}, OwnerId: {GUID}, OwnerIdType {INT} and CallingUser: {GUID}. ObjectTypeCode:4200, objectBusinessUnitId: {GUID}, AccessRights: CreateAccess]

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Using Branching and Merging in TFS for Source and Release Control

Version and release control is very important when working with any large or business-critical systems, more so once they have gone live.

In such systems, there would normally be multiple developers working on different functional areas, and there would be times when immediate/hot fixes would be required to be applied to specific versions of the systems. Without proper version and release control, the developers may need to stay away from making major changes when a deployment is due, or hot fixes may include deployment of incomplete features or may not even be possible.

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