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January 02, 2013



In addition to the benefits you mentioned, I should point out that CRM's auditing feature utilizes table partitions in SQL Server Enterprise--which improves the feature's performance over the lifetime of CRM, and can make a huge difference with heavy auditing. This is the one difference between the two SQL versions that makes shipping a CRM org between them (via SQL databases) difficult (though not /entirely/ impossible). If I'm not mistaken, there is a script that can be obtained from Microsoft Support (or possibly a KB) that will help convert the databases from Enterprise to Standard.

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