Must I use ADFS proxy to gain external access to CRM 2011.

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I find nothing fancy in most of the important guides, which means I have to continue with the plain quest/ design option. Company.local is the name of the internal domain, while the external is company.com. Claim based goes hand in hand with crm.company.local.

My question is do I need to use ADFS proxy to gain external access to CRM 2011 while at the same time using IFD? Each time I attempt to include a relying part trust, the message “403 error” crops up. Furthermore, is it normal for the auth.company.com name to be the IP belonging to the ADFS Proxy.

Error – AD F5 2.0 Management

An error occurred during an attempt to read the the federation metadata. Verify that the specified URL or host name is valid federation metadata endpoint.

Verify that your proxy server setting. For more information about how to verify your proxy server setting. See the AD FS 2.0 Troubleshooting guide (http://go.microsoft.com/twlink/?LinkId=182180).

Error message: The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden.

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Must I use ADFS proxy to gain external access to CRM 2011.

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Seems that you are having the rights issues here. There might be a chance that you do not have the appropriate control of the system as an administrator that it is giving you this problem. But assume that you have everything else set up, lets proceed below.

  1. It might be a chance that your network is using some sort of proxy settings.
  2. This means that you need to make sure that the SSL certificate that is being used is valid and from a reliable source.
  3. You can also use the windows troubleshoot option just to solve such problems which windows can do automatically.
  4. Just hit the troubleshoot button and it will take you to the appropriate section.

 

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