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Dropbox for Salesforce doesn't install on Group Edition

Knowledge Article Number 000228358
Description Salesforce Group Edition customers are seeing errors when trying to install Dropbox for Salesforce from AppExchange.  When attempting to install, end users receives the following email error:

If your install continues to fail, contact Salesforce CRM Support through your normal channels and provide the following information. 

Organization: Company ABC (00Do0000000K0N4) 
User: John Smith (005o0000000JLJG) 
Package: Dropbox for Salesforce (04tw0000000Ey0aAAC) 
Error Number: 2097686666-24329 (1122749257) 
Problem: 

1. Entity is not org-accessible 
RootFinder: Entity is not org-accessible 

2. Dependent class is invalid and needs recompilation: 
Dropbox_for_SF.handlerecordchange: line 132, column 36: Invalid type: RootFinder 
DropboxAccountTrigger: Dependent class is invalid and needs recompilation: 
Dropbox_for_SF.handlerecordchange: line 132, column 36: Invalid type: RootFinder 

3. Dependent class is invalid and needs recompilation: 
Dropbox_for_SF.HandleRecordChange: line 132, column 36: Invalid type: RootFinder 
DropboxCaseTrigger: Dependent class is invalid and needs recompilation: 
Dropbox_for_SF.HandleRecordChange: line 132, column 36: Invalid type: RootFinder 
Resolution As per Dropbox, "Newer versions of the Dropbox for Salesforce app include a fix that allows users to work with the solutions object, but the Group edition of Salesforce doesn't have access to the solutions object - this is causing the error. We (Dropbox) plan on having a fix for this issue bundled into the next release of our Salesforce app" 

I highly recommend you directly reach out to Dropbox Support via email at support@dropbox.com and ask for the workaround. 
Workaround: Please request them to provide you the installation link for a lower version of Dropbox for Salesforce which works for Group Edition.




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