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good morning dear community,
recently we wanted to deploy ifd and claim based authentification in order to connect our on prem CRM 2016 with Exchange 365 (Online). Upon researching it was stated that we'd need an AD FS feature installed and set up.
Our entire setup consist of three servers:
one for the domain controller and active directory: adserv
the second server is reserverd for sql: sqlserv
and lastly our crm server: crmserv which uses a port 443 and a port 80 binding with a specific hostname set: crm.ddom.de and using Letsencrpyt ssl certificates
Where should we install adfs if we want to reach crm internally and externally without specifiying a port? The crmserv or the adserv? Are there any specific best practices which you could point us towards?Is it possible to run adfs with just LetsEncrypt certificates?
Hi Max, Were you able to complete this ? We have similar situation and we are currently using D365 version 8.2 and IFD is disabled. Can you tell what would be the impact of enabling IFD on the connected applications ? We have a number of console and web application that it is connected to using username password connection string. Do you know if it would change ?
connection string :
<add name="Xrm" connectionString="Server=http://servername/Development; Domain=domain; Username=username; Password=password" />
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