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Add non domain user to CRM 2011

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Is it possible to add user without domain account to CRM 2011?
Now when I try to add user without AD account it gives me an error.

Will it be enough to acquire external connector license and CAL license for each external user?
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Feridun Kadir earned 500 total points
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No it is not possible to add non-AD users to CRM. Acquiring the external connector license will not help, it is just a paper proof that you are allowed to add non-employees to CRM but they must still have an AD account.
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Thanks Feridun!
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