CRM 4.0 Software prerequisites

Not running on 2008 platform
In addition to the software prerequisites below,
the Main Admin Account (which will be the Main Service account in CRM) to be used in the CRM 4.0 Install
must be a local administrator on the CRM Application Server, and possibly on the SQL Server as well.

Also the Main Admin Account must have full+extended privileges on the specified Organizational Unit (OU) in Active Directory (AD)...

For the CRM Server (IIS Server), the following must be installed:
1. Windows Server 2003 (Standard or Enterprise Edition, preferably Enterprise Edition on Production) with Service Pack 2
2. IIS 6 (with all options installed)
3. Also Windows Indexing Service

Please note that the following services must then be running on the CRM Server (IIS Server):
- Indexing Service
- World Wide Web Publishing
- IIS Admin Service

Then the actual CRM install will go and install the rest of the software listed below (from Microsoft_Dynamics_CRM_IG_Installing.doc, Section 2-8, Page 15):
(Please note that Microsoft .Net Framework 2 and Microsoft .Net Framework 3 can and be installed before this)
• SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Report Viewer control
• Microsoft SQL Server Native Client
• Microsoft Application Error Reporting tool
• Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
• Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0, which includes the following components:
o .NET Framework 2.0 (required by Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server)
o Windows® Workflow Foundation (required by Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server)
o Windows Presentation Foundation
o Windows Communication Foundation

And the SQL Server 2005 Server must have SQL Server 2005 (Standard or Enterprise Edition, preferably Enterprise Edition on Production)
with the following SQL Server components installed with Service Pack 2 applied on them:
1. SQL Server 2005 Database Engine with SP2
2. SQL Server 2005 Agent with SP2
3. SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services with SP2
4. SQL Server 2005 Full Text Search with SP2

I think that about covers it, but If I missed anything, perhaps the other guys can spot it…