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After taking over ADX Portal Microsoft stopped selling it for on-premise version of Dynamics CRM and only licensed Online version of Microsoft Portals. With this move many of the new Dynamics 365/CRM projects which required a portal on top of Dynamics 365/CRM backend had no possible alternative available in market.
Few months back Microsoft announced that there will be a one time drop of source code for Microsoft Portals which would be available for clients/SI looking for a on premise version to use in their projects.
After a long wait yesterday Microsoft released opensource version of Dynamics 365 Portal.
Download Link: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=55789
What is provided in the download:
Key points to note are:
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