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ADFS 2.0 and Domain Authorization for Dynamics CRM 2011

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I have server crm-test9.ifd.local. I have configured internal ADFS access for name https://crm.ifd.com and external (IFD) access through https://testorg.ifd.com. And everything works fine, but in both ways application server first contacts to ADFS and to do DC directry. But our developers want to add some service that can login only through domain authorization without any claim. Is there any way to make CRM deployment work with 2 types of authorisation simultaneously?
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I believe that CRM and IFD only works with claims-based authentication. You don't have to use AD FS 2.0 for the claims authentication, other secure token service providers are supported. But I'm fairly sure that for an IFD claims (and AD) is required to authenticate users.
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Ok, may be I make a mistake in my question. I mean if I turn off ADFS server after I have configured IFD for CRM, is there any way to log on to CRM?
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If you turn off ADFS then CRM users cannot log on to CRM. You will have to disable IFD and Claims-based authentication.
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And again thanks to Feridun=)
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