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Every bit of documentation says to get the certificate on the Developer Resources page. There ain't no such location on that page of my sandbox. In a typically useless piece of Microsoft speak, "On a machine with the Windows Azure SDK installed,.." I have the VS 2017 "workloads". What else might I be needing?
Do you want to apply the certificate for your on-premise CRM server?
I am working through the Azure integration sample. If I skip past the instruction to add the cert to my desktop, I get a warning from my anti-virus. But I am on 365 online. While the docs say it's for 9.x, they may be old -- it may not be necessary.
no I'm on 365 (Online)
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