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I'm trying to set up the Intranet Portal site using ADX Studio Portals. It is described on their site here.
During setup, the guide above says:
The Adxstudio Portals installation package includes an XML backup file that can be used with the WebsiteCopy utility to import the necessary website and related data into your CRM Organization. The location of the file can be found in the Adxstudio Portals installation directory (C:\Program Files (x86)\ADXSTUDIO\XrmPortals\<version number>\Samples\Intranet.xml)
C:\Program Files (x86)\ADXSTUDIO\XrmPortals\<version number>\Samples\Intranet.xml
That file isn't included in the installation. When I look at the version history I can see it was removed in 7.0.0013 (as an improvement!). So I don't know what site settings etc are required. I've since found the sample sites here that be set up via the web site copy tool but the zip doesn't contain the "Intranet" site, just a "Company" site which I've installed.
I've set it up and was able to browse to the home page. The is nothing indicating that it is recognizing me a system user in CRM. When I try to log in under "Sign in with a local account" using my AD username and password I get "Invalid Sign In attempt".
What changes are required to the "Company" site to enable it to pick up the currently signed in Windows user?
Or does anyone know where can I get the "Intranet" starter portal site?
The intranet portal was officially dropped as a supported option due to the influence of contact records on the overall application architecture. As you have already noticed it was removed at a point in time in favor of using federated (ala ADFS) for single sign on. Same username/passwords, but users would be challenged for those credentials. Generally speaking I would not suggest you go down the road of attempting integrated windows auth as you will find the features of the product limited and the process to be extremely frustrating.
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