Just released: New content for CRM 2016 spring wave

The CRM 2016 spring wave includes many new and exciting features! This blog shows you where to go for new information, whether you’re an admin, customizer, developer, or end user. The official names for the spring wave releases are: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2016 Update 1 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Service Pack 1 Microsoft…

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New naming conventions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM updates

We’re changing the way we name product updates to make things simpler and to unify our approach for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and Microsoft Dynamics CRM (on-premises). Finding and understanding version numbers To understand the new naming conventions, let’s first take a look at version numbers in CRM. To find your version number, in the…

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CRM 2015 prerelease content is here!

Here’s where to find all the new preview documentation available for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2015 Update and CRM 2015 (on-premises). Start here CRM Help Center This central information hub gives you access to 6 key CRM content sources: CRM Setup & Administration – The all-new portal for CRM administrators! CRM Developer Center -…

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Important information about supported configurations in the next release for CRM

As we ship the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1 and CRM Online Spring ‘14 releases, we’re looking ahead to our next release of CRM. As with other releases of CRM in the past, we find the need to add and remove items from our supported configurations list to keep current with technology, and…

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Announcing IG and SDK Updates for Update Rollup 2

In addition to new and updated content for both the Implementation Guide (IG) and SDK, we now have the capability to switch between topics for version 2011 and 2013: Notice that, the version-switching is useful while our version 2013 content is still being indexed by search engines. When version 2011 content is returned by your…

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Check your JavaScript code to prepare for your upgrade

Microsoft Dynamics CRM is changing. To keep up with these changes so that you can take advantage of new features you need to check that any JavaScript code you are using is ready for an upgrade. Why do I need to check my JavaScript? What has changed? How can I check my code? How can…

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Update Rollup 13 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

The CRM 2011 Update Rollup 13 (UR13) release is now available on the Download Center at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=37133. UR13 will be available on Microsoft Update on April 9th. The CRM 2011 Update Rollup 13 release adds support for Windows Server 2012. Upgrade instructions can be found here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn167638.aspx. To install CRM 2011 on Windows Server 2012, a setup update…

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Customizations in the December 2012 Service Update

With the December 2012 Service Update, we introduced a modern application experience focusing on a clean user experience and great visual appeal. Highlights: New forms focused on the data that matters Seamless inline edits Integrated business processes to guide end users to get their job done Eliminated popups This is great, but you might wonder…

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Announcing SDK Update V5.0.14

Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK Version 5.0.14 is now live on MSDN downloads and in the MSDN library. Here’s some of the additions and updates you’ll find in this release: New assemblies consistent with the latest release of CRM Online. These assemblies are also compatible for CRM 2011 UR12. Connect to Yammer – New information about…

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Script Errors After the December 2012 Service Update

Before your Microsoft CRM Online organization is updated to the December 2012 Service release we hope you have taken steps to address potential issues which could cause form scripts to break. Information about how to prepare was published last summer in the following blog posts: Resolve Breaking Script Issues When Upgrading Microsoft Dynamics CRM Microsoft…

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