Configure Server-based authentication with MSDynamics CRM on-premise and SharePoint on-premises

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We are running Dynamics CRM 2015.

I am following this article : https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn949332.aspx

I am stuck at point no. 3 under “Prepare Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server for Server-based integration”.  I get the following error:

PS C:\program files\Microsoft Dynamics CRM\tools> .\CertificateReconfiguration.ps1 -certificateFile “c:\Thawte Wildcard.pfx” -password xxxxxx -updateCrm -certificateType
 S2STokenIssuer -serviceAccount abc\CRMAsynchservice -StoreFindType FindBySubjectDistinguishedName
C:\program files\Microsoft Dynamics CRM\tools\CertificateReconfiguration.ps1 : A parameter cannot be found that
matches parameter name ‘StoreFindType’.
At line:1 char:243
+ … t\CRMAsynchSrv -StoreFindType FindBySubjectDistinguishedName
+                    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidArgument: (:) [CertificateReconfiguration.ps1], ParameterBindingException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : NamedParameterNotFound,CertificateReconfiguration.ps1

The certificate (which was replaced yesterday) is a Public Trusted SSL Wildcard certificate and is already installed on the CRM 2015 server and the CRMSyncService has permissions to the Certificate.

Additional observations: Certificate with root and intermediate certificates have been imported into the personal Certificate store on the CRM server.  Since new certificate was installed,  when working from a client PC, Customizers cannot edit forms, but can edit Views! However if logged in on the CRM server with administrator account – then forms can be customised.  I am not sure if this is linked to the certificate change?  Is there a trust issue?



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