Dynamics CRM IFD on Windows server 2012 R2 ADFS – CRM Addin for Outlook

Dynamics CRM IFD on Windows server 2012 R2 ADFS (aka ADFS 3.0) – CRM Addin for Outlook Hearing questions on previous post I thought of checking CRM Outlook on the same VM. Luckily I didn’t nuke it right after the purpose so could get the CRM for Outlook Configuration Wizard spinning by starting Windows 7…

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Silent configuration of CRM for Outlook client in CRM 2011 claims enabled environment

Hi Folks, Today I’m going to talk about CRM Outlook Silent configuration. CRM 2011 Outlook client provides silent configuration option to help administrators to deal with situations where users are remote, travelling and/or non-savvy to run Configuration Wizard with correct inputs. Configuring CRM 2011 Outlook client using silent method in a claims enabled environment can…

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Configuring Dynamics CRM IFD with Windows Server 2012 R2 AD FS (ADFS 3.0)

Configuring Dynamics CRM IFD with Windows Server 2012 R2 AD FS (ADFS 3.0) Hello Everyone! I was checking how Dynamics CRM IFD goes with new version of AD FS that comes along with Windows Server 2012 R2 (i.e. – ADFS 3.0) and internet search yielded hazy or misleading information. Somewhere it said WAP (Web Application…

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Unexpected/Inaccurate federation metadata XML generated by CRM federation metadata URLs

Hi All, Today we’re are going to talk about the unexpected/Inaccurate federation metadata XML generated by CRM federation metadata URLs. I have seen many people getting into this. Let’s take a deep dive into usage of federation into CRM. We all know that CRM 2011 uses AD FS 2.0 to provide claims based authentication. For…

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Dynamics CRM Claims and IFD Troubleshooting

Hello Everyone- Here is an interesting series of videos on one of the most interesting deployment topic of CRM 2011. I should say CRM 2011 onwards as we see CRM 2013 follows its predecessor when it comes to making your on-premise CRM available over internet. These videos would be helpful for anyone interested in gaining…

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