While in the house, you could have her tethered to you with her leash while in the house. This way, you'll have her close to you and she's less likely to get into trouble. You do need to remain strong and ignore her crying when she's supposed to be in her crate. Each time you let her out when she cries, you're reinforcing the crying, and it becomes increasingly harder to crate train her. Obviously she shouldn't be crated excessively, but at night is fine, as are a few hours during the day, as long as she's getting some good, tiring play exercise.