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Connect your SDK application to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 

Until recently, applications that connected to CRM Online were required to use certificates as part of the authentication process. Only a limited set of certificates were supported and there was a cost to buy the certificate. The latest (R5) version of CRM Online and the CRM 4.0 SDK includes the ability for applications to connect...

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Viewing all CRM Privileges, including hidden Privileges 

Our guest blogger today is CRM MVP David Jennaway, the technical director of Excitation Ltd, a Microsoft Gold Partner in the UK that specializes in delivering Microsoft CRM solutions. Authorization in CRM is controlled via security roles; a user is made a member of one or more roles, and receives the privileges associated with those...

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Community: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Dev Center 

As part of the the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Dev Center update I revamped the Community tab last month. If you have a favorite CRM resource you use all the time but don’t see here, feel free to ping me. Cheers, JaAG...

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Announcing the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Dev Toolkit 

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM team is proud to announce the availability of The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer Toolkit. This Visual Studio 2008 plug-in radically expands on the Visual Studio tools introduced in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 SDK. The toolkit enables developers and system customizers to take advantage of the tools and knowledge that they...

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