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Fake Xrm Easy

https://github.com/jordimontana82/fake-xrm-easy https://dynamicsvalue.com/home FakeXrmEasy is an open source automated testing framework specifically designed for Dynamics CRM versions 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016.

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Dependent OptionSet Generator by CRM Answers

http://crmoptionsets.azurewebsites.net/ A tool to create and update JSON configurations for Dynamics CRM Dependent Option Sets.

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Plug-in Configuration Manager Utility

https://pluginconfigmgrutil.codeplex.com/ Manage the Plug-in Step secure/unsecure configuration for multiple steps in bulk. Read more details about the performance impact.

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Magician

https://gotdibbs.github.io/magician/ An extensible bag of tricks for Dynamics CRM administrators, customizers and developers.

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XrmSignature

https://github.com/BackToTheCrm/XrmSignature Allows recording signature input via a web resource on a CRM form and storing the resulting image as an attachment to the record.  

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Alexander Development Dynamics CRM Configuration Data Mover

http://alexanderdevelopment.net/post/2017/02/05/dynamics-365-configuration-data-mover-v2-0/ Transport configuration data across different CRM organizations while preserving the original record GUID’s, to ensure references do not need to be modified in each environment.

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Woodswork Bench for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

http://bench.woodswork.co.uk/ Tools to build URL’s to open forms & views directly, find GUID hidden in URL, encode & decode text.

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