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Graph Explorer to register apps for CRM Online is no longer used. All registration is now done on the Windows Azure portal. Although it is in progress, this is not yet published to the SDK.
Scenario: A person with a CRM Online system user account accesses organization data through a rich desktop client or mobile app.
Scenario: An ISV creates and registers an app that later published in the app store. The ISV’s customers download the app from the store and use it to connect to their Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online organization.
For native apps, the customer has to consent each time he or she is prompted to authenticate again. For web apps, the customer is only asked to consent one time. The workaround to bypass the consent form is for the customer to register the app in the customer’s tenant.
You must sign up for a Windows Azure account using a credit card if you do not have an account. However, the account is free and your credit card will not be charged if you only follow the procedures called out in this topic to register one or more apps. For more information see Active Directory Pricing Details.
If your CRM tenant directory is not shown in the directory list, click or tap ADD, and then select Use existing directory in the dialog. Follow the prompts and instructions provided, and then go back to step 1.
I am an ISV writing software that will connect to (many) customers' Dynamics CRM Online accounts using the 2nd process you outlined.
When I get to step 10, "Dynamics CRM" is not an option.
As a 3rd party ISV, should I be able to select Dynamics CRM in Azure when I set up a new client app?