We already have a popular post for the configuration of IFD setup with CRM 2015, CRM 2013, CRM 2011. Microsoft have a compatibility listing for CRM 2016 here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3124955 Once again we are running this configuration as a test environment for development. under Web Server Roles (IIS) Use the default options, but add under Performance – Dynamic Content Compression 9. Update Window Server again as there is likely a restart update available. Once authenticated, certificates are free to issue.
As such we will be running, we are running the server on a Hyper V server. Here, I will be a wildcard certificate, for example, describes how to create a certificate: 1) Open IIS Manager 2) Click the server name in the main screen double click Server Certificates 3) In the right panel, click Create Certificate Request…
A single VM machine, that is running a fully patched version of: 4. 4) fill in the following diagram each column, click Next 5) Cryptographic Service Provider Properties page change the Bit Length to at least 2048 click Next. 444 ) and port number, and then click OK 8) Click Close.
So go ahead, try it, read it and follow what's written there: To use this template with Windows Azure authentication, refer to Otherwise, to use this template with Windows authentication, refer to the instructions below: Hosting on IIS Express: Security and make sure the Windows authentication node is checked.
We strongly recommend that you copy the organization encryption key and store it in a safe place. making a backup of data encryption keys is always a good idea. Go to the local computer name (ours is vserver12) on the correct port: We called our Deployment of CRM – “CRM2016″ in the CRM Setup phase above, so the URL redirects to: we were were logged in as the server administrator, we were able to load, but may take some time to fire up the various server requirements.
Data encryption will be active after the install or upgrade. The only one of real interest in our Dev environment would be the last item.
5 Choose your SSL certificate (the one we created and imported above i.e.
*.iwebscrm15) ,add a Federation Service name ( Selecting the second one for the dropdown in this instance iwebscrm15.com, don’t select the one with the wildcard in the name, so not the *.iwebscrm15for example.), then Select a Service Display Name for your business – selecting the one that is NOT starting with a *, then click 7 We specified the Administrator account for the service account, as security is not our primary concern here with a Dev environment.
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