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  • Blog Post: Making Your Existing Email Address Your Windows Live ID

    Let’s say you want to invite your new users to CRM Online using their corporate email address, however you are not sure if their corporate email address is their Windows Live ID (WLID). Why would I do this? Well if you send the invite to a Windows Live account (like @live.com or @hotmail.com) the invitation...
  • Blog Post: Service Accounts - Non-Interactive Users

    A non-interactive user is a user account in Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online that can access the system but only via the web service layer. Essentially, that user can not use the user interface. Service accounts are used to access CRM Online using the service to service model. A service account is a non...
  • Blog Post: Navigating Between Multiple CRM Online Organizations

    I created the video below to demonstrate how to a user that is assigned to multiple CRM Online orgs (with the same WLID) can quickly navigate between them without having to log in and out of each org. The video says it all but it basically utilizes the Links toolbar in IE to create separate links for...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics March Service Update – Authentication

    Who are you ? With the March Service update for Dynamics CRM Online ,  we have a few additions to the authentication programming model that enables more scenario’s and is more secure. If you recall from an earlier post , I discussed some of the challenges with authentication using Windows...
  • Blog Post: Updating a Windows Live ID in CRM Online

    What happens when you invite a user using their work email address and they have a separate Windows Live ID? The user will receive the invitation and click on the link to accept and be directed to the CRM Online sign-in page. If the user attempts to enter an existing Windows Live ID and not the email...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live ID

    Windows Live ID is the authentication tool that is part of the Windows Live Service. With it you get free email, blog page, photo galleries, document storage, and more. Social networking tools such as Groups are also available. Groups allow you to invite people to participate in discussions, document...
  • Blog Post: Using Active Directory for authentication to CRM Online and MS Online Services

    Microsoft is now offering a Community Technology Preview of Microsoft Services Connector —a new Windows Server® component that seamlessly connects Active Directory users to a suite of Live services and Microsoft Online Services (including CRM Online). After the Microsoft Services Connector...
  • Blog Post: Logging Windows Live ID support requests

    It has come to our attention that in a few instances users have had problems creating a Windows Live ID.  This is an issue for us as it is the means of authentications for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Live.  If you experience problems signing up for a Windows Live ID, please access support via this...
  • Blog Post: First steps to getting started with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Live

    There's a very nice article for those who are brand new to CRM Live.  This walks you through the basic set up steps of a new CRM Live org.  The article covers topics like: Selecting a System Administrator Setting a base currency Inviting new users Windows Live IDs Kudos to the author, Crystal...
  • Blog Post: Explaining Windows Live ID usage in Web Applications

    High Level explanation of how Windows Live ID works. If you are using a web application that uses Windows Live, such as Microsoft Dynamics CRM Live, you might be wondering, how does authentication work. The first step in the process is that the web application registers with the Windows Live ID...
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