Wed 19 Aug 2009

If you are getting a popup while navigating through Microsoft Dynamics CRM Application asking you to save Blank.aspx file, following workaround will help you



Please edit the default blank.aspx file in CRM (Sever where CRM is installed) so it contains data. This file is located at My Computer | System Drive | Program Files | Microsoft Dynamics CRM | CRMWeb |_ root. Here you will find the Blank.aspx text file.


Open the file and add some text to the file, for example you can add "Test" to the file (then there would be following three lines)



<% Response.Expires = 1440; %>

<% Response.Cache.SetCacheability(HttpCacheability.Public); %>




Once you have added data, save the file, clear your temporary Internet Files, and do an IISreset. Once this is done go back into CRM to verify that this has resolved this issue.





Comments (7)


9/30/2009 | cash loans  United States
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10/4/2009 | psd to css  United States
great article! Thanks!
12/5/2009 | Pool Fences  United States
Thanks for this helpful article, it really helps. Hope to get more ideas from your blog and have more study's about computer applications. I can use this ideas through my own information and study's about web applications, and other computer related study's. Thanks a lot.
1/14/2010 | CR Manager  United States
hey man i faced the same problem...and was busting my ass over you dnt knw how thankful i am  that i ran in to your blog.
2/12/2010 | Belgh  United States
Nice post!
2/14/2010 | Ana  United States
Now I know what to do if I have encountered such a situation.  Thanks for posting this very nice and interesting article.
7/3/2010 | Retro Jordans  United States
Everytime like to read you. I found so many interesting stuff in your blog especially its discussion. keep up the good work.

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