The other day I was going through the process of writing a plug-in for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online client. When it came to connecting the Plugin Registration Tool to their online tenant it reminded me to share this piece of wisdom so that you won’t go on a wild goose chase or second guess your CRM knowledge.
Then trying to connect you must give some basic info so that the tool can authenticate to your Online tenant. Something that Microsoft hasn’t communicated very clearly to CRM Online customers is that the authentication method has changed between January and July of 2013 depending on when your tenant was scheduled to convert over to use the O365 authentication from the old Live ID method.
Now, back to the connection info. The following screen shows the connection info for the Plugin Registration Tool (also used on the Developer Toolkit for connecting to…
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