From the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blogs: Internet-Facing Deployment (IFD), CRM Mobile Express, Running CRM for Outlook in Multiple Windows

Internet-Facing Deployment (IFD) for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011: A CRM Riff explains the term IFD and shares a helpful video covers the end-to-end process for configuring IFD: "The acronym IFD stands for ‘Internet-Facing Deployment' [which] means that the functionality of the application is exposed externally outside the local network. The term usually refers to an On-Premise customer enabling forms authentication within their deployment to allow their employees to access the application away from work. The term IFD-enabled is used to specify a CRM Server that has forms authentication enabled on it."


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