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Microsoft DynamicsCRM supports two security models for authentication: claims-based authentication and Active Directory authentication. The type of authentication used depends on the type of deployment you are using: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online or Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 . Claims-based authentication uses the Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) for securing user access. To use Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, you must install the Windows Identity Foundation, which will install the Microsoft.IdentityModel assembly

You use Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) to establish a communication channel to the Microsoft DynamicsCRM Web services. The Microsoft DynamicsCRMSDK simplifies use of these technologies by providing helper proxy classes that make it easy to connect to the Web services over the WCF communication channels.

Because Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is backward compatible with Microsoft DynamicsCRM4.0, you can use the same methods outlined in the Microsoft DynamicsCRM4.0 SDK documentation to authenticate from an ASPX page using the 2007 endpoint provided with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 . For more information, see the following topics from the Microsoft DynamicsCRM4.0 SDK: Authentication from an ASPX Page and Custom Code Best Practices.

The following table lists the authentication types that are supported for each type of deployment.

Deployment Authentication model

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online

Claims based authentication

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 on-premises

Claims-based or Active Directory authentication

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Internet-facing deployment (IFD)

Claims based or Active Directory authentication

In This Section

Active Directory and Claims-Based Authentication

Provides information about how to connect to and authenticate a user with the Microsoft DynamicsCRM Web services.

Impersonate Another User

Contains information about performing an operation in Microsoft DynamicsCRM on behalf of another user.

Implement Single Sign-on from an ASPX Web Page or IFRAME

Provides information about making SDK calls from an ASPX Web page using single sign-on.

Sample: Impersonate Using the ActOnBehalfOf Privilege

Provides sample code for making SDK calls on behalf of another user.

Walkthrough: Single Sign-on from a Custom Web Page

Provides step-by-step instructions for configuring, building, and running the IFD single sign-on sample in the SDK download.

Related Sections

Use the IOrganizationService Sample and Helper Code

Explains how to run the sample code provided and describes the helper code.


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