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Have CRM 2011 and SharePoint 2010 integrated (with list components).
We are migrating SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2019. Due to the deprecation of SharePoint's sandbox solution, which is a dependency for the List Components, List Components in Dynamics CRM can no longer be used for SharePoint integration.
We would have to switch to the server-based authentication for integrating CRM 2011 and SharePoint 2019.
Has anyone tried the same? Is it even possible? Not seeing any had pre-requisites on the CRM side of things.
Thanks in advance!
The server-based authentication you're referring is for CRM version 9.
As far as i know, CRM 2011 is not supported, and the minimum version shall be CRM 2013 Service pack 1 Update Rollup 4, which is able to integrate with Sharepoint 2019 through the server-based authentication.
You are right. I had a SR with MSFT support, who confirmed the same.
"You would need to upgrade to CRM 2013 Service pack 1 Update Rollup 4
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