There are a few differences between the RTM installation and the Beta installation I have documented in earlier blog articles. Starting with the following: http://crmscape.blogspot.com/2010/09/creating-ms-crm-2011-vm-part-1-of-2.html
1. There are minor appearance changes in the CRM 2011 Installation screens, but everything else looks close enough that the Beta instructions still work.
2. The entire section of my instructions called SQL Reporting Services ( Configure Data Source ) is unnecessary, which is an improvement. However I did add my Admin user account to the PrivUserGroup and PrivReportingGroup and then everything worked great.
Otherwise the instructions still worked well for me. I’ll look over the updated installations instructions shortly to make sure there isn’t anything of importance that needs to be added.
I’m also using the latest Virtual Box 4.0.4 release for this which is working well. The only reason I used it instead of VMWare is that I had an existing VM just waiting for MS CRM to be installed with all the prerequisites in place.
I’ve been “living on a cloud” for the past few months in CRM Online and Windows/SQL Azure land, but now that the 2011 On Premises release is out, I’m back on terra firma working with that again too.