The list of "Internet accessible URLs required for connectivity to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online" is comprised almost entirely of Microsoft owned domains.

However, I cannot understand why access to the URL https://www.crmdyntint.com is required. Visiting this URL with a web browser just displays a generic domain parking page with ads, which makes me worry about the security of the domain. According to a Whois lookup the domain is owned by a Hong Kong based firm named China Capital.

Does anyone know why access to https://www.crmdyntint.com is required by Microsoft Dynamics CRM?

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There is a typo in the url. Actually it should be https://www.crmdynint.com and not https://www.crmdyntint.com (see the extra "t")

I see Microsoft updated the article recently. Probably they fixed it.

Last Updated: 16/05/2018

This url is just needed for "Learning Path" & it is a traffic monitoring site.


The list is probably outdated. That domain was just registered two weeks ago.

Creation Date: 2018-02-19T07:00:00.000Z

So it's likely a previously expired domain that was used for something else.

The KB article was last updated almost a year ago.

Last Updated: 28/06/2017

Personally I would not bother to whitelist this URL.

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