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I just installed the CiviCRM module on my Drupal website. But nothing new about the CiviCRM module is listed on the navigation except in configurations. And of course i have already set all the permissions for CiviCRM accessible for the administrator of the site.

How i can have access to the CiviCRM module?

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Installing the CiviCRM module on Drupal requires a few more steps than just enabling the module itself. Check out how to do this in the Drupal Installation Guide for CiviCRM for the version you're using.

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  • You may be interested in supporting the new CiviCRM SE site – Coleman Nov 5 '14 at 13:50
  • Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference. – Mołot Nov 6 '14 at 15:43
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If you've followed the full install profile guide that vgardner linked to and you're still not seeing the menu, you can try flushing your drupal cache. You can manually edit the admin menu. You might also want to try replacing the default toolbar module with administration menu module (https://drupal.org/project/admin_menu). Mine picked the civicrm admin entry right away (or after a cache flush)

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If you go to www.yourwebsite.org/civicrm and you got an error, your CiviCRM is not installed correctly and you need to follow the guide mentionned by vgardner.

Otherwise, it's just that CiviCRM will not appear in Drupal top bar using default toolbar menu, you need to disable toolbar and use admin_menu module instead.

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I had this happen to me once or twice but not since CiviCRM version 3.4 I think. You can easily add the link manually as Malks suggest. Do you know how to do this?

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I've seen this happen before. Just add the link manually.

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