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How to bypass the IFD authentication for GroupCalendar

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1) In order to bypass the IFD authentication, you need to edit the ptm_WebApplicationPreloaderGeneralScript webresource in Dynamics 365.

2) Look for  

appUrl = SetQueryString(appUrl, "isOutlook", $ptm.isOutlook + '');

and replace it with

appUrl = SetQueryString(appUrl, "isOutlook", $ptm.isOutlook + '');

var userIDCrm = $ptm.context.getUserId();

if ((userIDCrm == null) || (typeof (userIDCrm) == "undefined")) {

userIDCrm = parent.Xrm.Page.context.getUserId();


appUrl = SetQueryString(appUrl, "ORIFDI", userIDCrm + '');


3) Next, save your changes and publish them.


4) Open your IIS. In there, turn on Anonymous only and add a CRM system administrator to this authentication mode.


5) Restore the original WebConfig and WebApplication Port and change the Connection Profile for the tool to OnPremise.

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