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Online PDF Permissions Remover

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What CrackMyPDF Can't Do
Our PDF Restrictions Remover can work to remove the restrictions in standard password protected PDF file, including 40-bit RC4 ecryption, 128-bit RC4 decryption and 128-bit AES decryption.

 But it can NOT:

 - Remove or find the user/open password automatically.
 - Remove other protections, such as DRM or third part plug-in.

Import CRM 2011 Solution Into 2015

In order to import a 2011 solution into 2015 you must first import it into 2013 then re-export from there.  Additionally if you solution contains all 2015 compliant components you can manually edit the solution.xml file within the solution to the following…...

Publishing CRM Using WAP, AD FS and DoD PKI

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With TMG going the way of the dodo Microsoft has moved much of it's functionality into Server 2012R2.  This includes publishing applications utilizing Windows Authentication and Kerberos Constrained Delegation (KCD).  This is done through a combination of a feature called Web Application Proxy and ADFS 3.0.


RequirementsWindows Server 2012R2 The Web Application Proxy server should be joined to the domain in order to pass KCD tickets.  The WAP server actually can be in another domain but it would require additional setup not covered in this article. The External DNS of CRM should point to the WAP server. WAP server will need two virtual or physical network cards.  One for external communications and one for internal. The Federation Service URL cannot match the machine name of the AD FS server. Example ConfigurationThis diagram represents the configuration for our sample environment. Additional setup scenarios for load balancing the WAP and CRM server are possible but not covered …