Microsoft Dynamics CRM Updates: Release Dates, Build Numbers, and Collateral


Note: The Updates documented in this blog for:

update the Dynamics CRM components described in this Microsoft Knowledge base article:

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Installations, Updates and Documentation

Notes:

New naming conventions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM updates explained HERE

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Stack Technology Compatibility: Do you want to know if certain Service Packs or versions of a Microsoft product or technology are supported with Dynamics CRM?  If so, consult the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Compatibility List.  For example, you can use this KB to determine the latest Microsoft SQL Server major version and Service Pack that is supported. Microsoft will list new products like Internet Explorer 11 and Windows 8.1 as “TBD” until testing is complete; generally near General Availability (GA) of that product.

Dynamics CRM Organization Settings Editor (OrgDbOrgSettings)!

You may be familiar with the OrgDbOrgSettings command line tool released by the CRM Product Group in the “Tools” package that is updated and released with each set of Update Rollup packages.  With it, you configure .xml and call your .xml with the command line utility described in KB 2691237. However, you may be daunted by configuring this .xml, to the point that you may not use the tool, or use it minimally; not exploring the many options outlined in KB 2691237 that may be of use to you.

The Microsoft Dynamics PFE team has another option for you; the “Dynamics CRM Organization Settings Editor.”  CRM Senior PFE Sean McNellis developed this managed solution which provides an easy-to-use GUI with which you can configure all of the options outlined in the Knowledge Base on a per-tenant basis. The download page has screenshots and information that will help you make good use of the tool.  Sean has also published a Premier Field Engineering blog to share more details on the tool, and he keeps the tool update as needed. Thanks, Sean!

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016

CRM 2016 RTM (“Release to Manufacture”) build is 8.0.0.1088

CRM 2016 Update #

Release date and Download Center URL

Release date – Microsoft Update

Build number

Knowledge Base article

PFE Blog

PFE Podcast

0.1

2/21/2016

3/14/2016

8.0.1.79

3133963

Blog

Podcast

1.0

5/23/2016

6/24/2016

8.1.0.359

3154952

Blog

Podcast

1.0 Outlook Client re-release

9/21/2016

TBD

8.1.0.371 packages for Outlook Client (32-and 64-bit) ONLY re-released, please discard build .359 Client packages

3154952

Blog

Podcast

 

Mainstream Support Lifecycle: Keep in mind that Mainstream Support for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 ends January 12th, 2021 as per CRM 2016’s supported lifecycle.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

CRM 2015 RTM (“Release to Manufacture”) build is 7.0.0.3543

CRM 2015 Update #

Release date and Download Center URL

Release date – Microsoft Update

Build number

Knowledge Base article

PFE Blog

PFE Podcast

0.1

4/14/2015

6/23/2015

7.0.1.129

3010990

Blog

Podcast

1.1

9/10/2015

10/7/2015

7.1.1.3113 (Outlook client, MUI, and Email router packages compatible with On-Premise and Online. No Server package for On-Premise)

3072333

Blog

Podcast

1.2

7/18/2016

TBD

7.1.2.1032  (Outlook client, MUI, and Email router packages compatible with On-Premise and Online. No Server package for On-Premise)

3141809

Blog

Podcast

0.2

11/3/2015

n/a

7.0.2.53 (MUI, Email router, CRM Server, SSRS, and Tools packages compatible with On-Premise. No Outlook Client packages shipped with 0.2)

3075889

Blog

Podcast

 

Mainstream Support Lifecycle: Keep in mind that Mainstream Support for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 ends January 14th, 2020 as per CRM 2015’s supported lifecycle.


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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

CRM 2013 pre-release builds

Build number

Knowledge Base article

Beta

 

6.0.00215

n/a

RC

6.0.0.514

n/a

RTM

6.0.0.809

n/a

CRM 2013 Update Rollup #

Release date and Download Center URL

Release date – Microsoft Update

Build number

Knowledge Base article

PFE Blog

PFE Podcast

1

12/16/2013

1/2014

6.0.1.61

2891271

Blog

Podcast

2

3/22/2014

4/8/2014

6.0.2.46, 6.0.2.51 (Server-only re-release)

2919956

Blog

Podcast

3

7/15/2014

7/21/2014

6.0.3.106

2930480

Blog

Podcast

CRM 2013 Service Pack

Release date and Download Center URL

Release date – Microsoft Update

Build number

Knowledge Base article

PFE Blog

PFE Podcast

1

5/27/2014

7/21/2014

6.1.0.581

2941390

Blog

Podcast

CRM 2013 Service Pack 1 Update Rollup #

Release date and Download Center URL

Release date – Microsoft Update

Build number

Knowledge Base article

PFE Blog

PFE Podcast

1

9/23/2014

10/14/2014

6.1.1.132

2953252

Blog

Podcast

2

2/6/2015

2/19/2015

6.1.2.112

2963850

Blog

Podcast

3

4/16/2015

5/12/2015

6.1.3.119

3016464

Blog

Podcast

4

2/22/2016

5/23/2016

6.1.4.145

3122951

Blog

Podcast

 

Mainstream Support Lifecycle: Keep in mind that Mainstream Support for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 ends January 8th, 2019 as per CRM 2013’s supported lifecycle.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

CRM 2011 pre-release builds

Build number

Knowledge Base article

Beta

 

5.0.9585.101

n/a

RC

5.0.9688.53

n/a

RTM

5.0.9688.583

2461082

CRM 2011 UR #

Release date and Download Center URL

Release date – Microsoft Update

Build number

Knowledge Base article

PFE Blog

PFE Podcast

1

4/4/2011

4/26/2011

5.0.9688.1045

2466084

Blog

Podcast

2

6/6/2011

6/28/2011

5.0.9688.1155, 5.0.9688.1157 (server)

2466086

Blog

Podcast

3

7/26/2011

8/23/2011

5.0.9688.1244

2547347

Blog

Podcast

4

9/22/2011

Was not released to Microsoft Update

5.0.9688.1450

2556167

Blog

Podcast

5

10/25/2011

11/8/2011

5.0.9688.1533

2567454

Blog

Podcast

6

1/12/2012

1/24/2012

5.0.9690.1992 (contains the Q4 2011 Service Release and provides limited SQL 2012 support)

2600640

Blog

Podcast

7

3/22/2012

3/27/2012

5.0.9690.2165

2600643

Blog

Podcast

8

5/3/2012

5/22/2012

5.0.9690.2243

2600644

Blog

Podcast

9

Not released publically

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

10

8/16/2012

n/a

5.0.9690.2720

2710577

Blog

Podcast

10 re-release

10/4/2012

n/a

5.0.9690.2740

2710577

Blog

Podcast

11

10/11/2012

n/a

5.0.9690.2835

2739504

Blog

Podcast

11 re-release

10/15/2012 (client), 10/22/2012 (server)

10/23/2012

5.0.9690.2838 (Client), 5.0.9690.2839 (Server)

2739504

n/a

n/a

11 Critical Update

7/26/2013

8/13/2013

5.0.9690.2903 (Client, Server, MUI),

2855319

Blog

n/a

12

1/29/2013

1/6/2013 (except for Server)

5.0.9690.3233 (Client), 5.0.9690.3236 (Server)

2795627

Blog

Podcast

13

3/27/2013

4/8/2013

5.0.9690.3448

2791312

Blog

Podcast

14

7/11/2013

7/23/2013

5.0.9690.3557

2849744

Blog

Podcast

15

10/7/2013

10/2013

5.0.9690.3731, 5.0.9690.3739 (V2 – Outlook Client only re-release)

2843571

Blog

Podcast

16

1/22/2014

2/2014

5.0.9690.3911

2872369

Blog

Podcast

17

5/8/2014

5/23/2014

5.0.9690.4150

2915687

Blog

Podcast

18

9/24/2014

10/14/2014

5.0.9690.4376

2958724

Blog

Podcast

19

See note directly below

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

CRM 2011 UR #

Release date and Download Center URL

Release date – Microsoft Update

Build number

Knowledge Base article

PFE Blog

PFE Podcast

 

Mainstream Support for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 ended July 12th, 2016 as per CRM 2011’s supported lifecycle.

CRM 2011 Update Rollup 18 will be the last Update Rollup for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011There are no plans to release an Update Rollup 19 for CRM 2011.
Support for .NET 4.6 or SQL Server 2014, will not be included for CRM 2011.  The Supportability Knowledge Base article has been updated accordingly (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3005163)
Per the support lifecycle policy mentioned above, when extended support starts, the only fixes delivered will be security fixes.

Notes:

Mismatched Update Rollup versions within a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 or 2013 deployment: In a scenario where you may be running many client workstations with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 or 2013 for Microsoft Office Outlook, a common question is whether it is supported to run mismatched versions. For example, where Update Rollup 5 has been installed on the CRM 2011 Server but the Outlook clients are still on Update Rollup 1, or where Update Rollup 1 is on the CRM 2011 server but due to updates available to the Outlook client you have decided to install Update Rollup 6 on the clients without installing Update Rollup 4 on the server.

The general rule of thumb is to try to keep the versions in sync as much as possible. However, it is permissible (though not recommended as a long-term solution) to run mismatched Update Rollup versions on Outlook client and server, as Microsoft does do some testing of such combinations.

However, regarding the other Update Rollups (for example Rollups for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 or 2013 Email Router or Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 2013 Reporting Extensions), it is not supported nor recommended to run mismatched versions. A best practice is to update these components at the same time you update your CRM Server. Do the best you can to keep these Update Rollup versions in sync.

See: Mismatched Update Rollup versions within a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 deployment and User experience while accessing CRM 2011 application servers while Update Rollups are being applied

Silent Update Rollup installs: Please review Jon Strand’s blog posting “CRM 2011: Silently Installing Update Rollups” which provides details on installing CRM Outlook client update rollups “silently” in order to limit end-user interruption

See also: Customers’ choices… The most popular “Dynamics CRM in the Field” technical blog posts from Premier Field Engineering!

Greg Nichols
Senior Premier Field Engineer
Microsoft Corporation

Comments (66)

  1. Donna E says:

    Awesome, wonderful, great information!

  2. ismail Tutumluer says:

    Thank u,Greg.I'm always follow rollups here.

  3. nrodri says:

    this is great 🙂 thanks

  4. Damian Sinay says:

    Great!

  5. Scott Sewell says:

    Thanks for sharing this-  and providing a central location to keep up with it – much appreciated!

  6. Jamie Miley says:

    Someone should get this info in the TechNet wiki

  7. I have spotted on the Rollup 6 download page that the version number has been increased to build number  05.00.9690.1992 with a Date Published of 20th January 2012, so a newer version  of Rollup 6 has now been released.

    I am now on the hunt as to whether we have to restore our live system back to the point that we first installed Rollup 6 with build number of 5.0.9688.1985, or if we just reapply the newly released 05.00.9690.1992  build.

    http://www.microsoft.com/…/details.aspx

  8. Greg Nichols says:

    @Scott Jackson – see my comments above.  You can simply install the new build 1992 packages "over the top" unless you have installed any of the "UR6 slipstreamed" full product installs that were made available on 1/12.  If you did, see my comments + KB 2668504

  9. Marco says:

    THANK YOU

  10. Can you include the release names?  for example R7 was in UR5  and Q2 will be in UR8.  

  11. Lou Bergstrom says:

    Greg – You totally rock!  I the know field folks appreciate this knowledge sharing which is extremely helpful to our customers.

  12. Pradeep P says:

    Hi Greg,

    We have CRM Server 2011 installed on our production environment for Marketing team. Currently we have installation like RU 5 with Build .1985

    So if I need to update RU 6 on it I can do it straight away.

    My question is like if I want to update RU 7 + on that installation do I need to uninstall CRM and reinstall new build .1992?

    Is there any another way to tackle this? What if we dont want this reinstallation process?

    Thanks in Advance!

  13. Hi Greg,

    We have CRM Server 2011 installed on our production environment for Marketing team. Currently we have installation like RU 5 with Build .1985

    So if I need to update RU 6 on it I can do it straight away.

    My question is like if I want to update RU 7 + on that installation do I need to uninstall CRM and reinstall new build .1992?

    Is there any another way to tackle this? What if we dont want this reinstallation process?

    Thanks in Advance!

  14. Greg Nichols says:

    @Pradeep – you absolutely do not need to uninstall CRM and reinstall new build .1992, which is Update Rollup 6.  You can install UR7 "on top" of UR6 and, as UR6 is the new baseline, UR7 can be uninstalled.  In fact, if you try to install UR7+ on a pre-UR6 deployment (for example, UR5), the installer will not let you, it will say that UR6 (KB 2600640) must be installed first.

    HTH!

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  15. Greg Nichols says:

    @xAirrick

    Good idea.  Done.  Thanks for the suggestions, keep them coming!  Actually, the Q2 2012 Service Release is scheduled to be released via UR9, not UR8.  Just FYI.

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  16. Karun says:

    Hi,

    We are planning for roll up 21 in prod server. The roll up comes in many exe's

    CRMv4.0-KB975995-i386-Client-ENU.exe

    CRMv4.0-KB975995-i386-DMClient-ENU.exe

    CRMv4.0-KB975995-i386-Router-ENU.exe

    CRMv4.0-KB975995-i386-Server-ENU.exe

    CRMv4.0-KB975995-i386-SRS-ENU.exe

    CRMv4.0-KB975995-i386-MUI-ENU.exe.

    Can you please tell me which are the exe's that goes to server and and which goes to client pc's?

  17. Greg Nichols says:

    @Karun: CRMv4.0-KB975995-i386-Server-ENU.exe is installed on your server.  It will check your CONFIG_DB and do some database updates, usually updated indexes for in-the-box entities, stored procedures, etc. then update your server binaries.

    CRMv4.0-KB975995-i386-Client-ENU.exe goes on your client machines if you're using the Client for Microsoft Outlook.  It is not needed on machines that aren't using the Outlook client – those that are accessing your CRM servers via Internet Explorer only.

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  18. Nice to see a combined results of all the update rollups. Great !.

  19. Hi how is all of that related to online version? We are now on 5.0.9688.1561

  20. ScottJ in London says:

    @Nosecam,  My CRM Online instance was also stuck on an circa Rollup 5 for several weeks but  I have just checked and I am now running on build .2174 (Rollup 7 plus a bit) from the Ireland data centre so it will be worth checking to see if your instance has now been upgraded also.

  21. BillV says:

    Why did the projected release date for Q2 2012 Service Release go away?

  22. Greg Nichols says:

    Because all Service Releases are quality-driven, Bill, not date-driven, so projected ship dates can change and therefore be misleading.  Look for press releases and/or blogs from the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Product Group regarding release dates of upcoming Service Releases. I’ll update this blog when they are released, of course.

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  23. Jason Morgan says:

    When oh when will Q2 be released?  Now that it's July 1, the moniker "Q2" doesn't seem to apply anymore.  A status update, even if not a firm date but something like "We're 90% done" or "Here's what's left for us to do." would be helpful for us business owners to do some planning, even if the dates have to shift later on.

    Greg, you mentioned to look for press releases or blogs form the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Product Group.  Do you have the link to where those are posted?  I have googled for it but can't seem to find anything specific.

    Thanks for keeping us and the world informed!

  24. Greg Nichols says:

    Jason, I don't have visibility into the "status" of the Q2 release, but would recommend that you look to http://www.microsoft.com/…/default.aspx for Press Releases, and the Microsoft Dynamics Team blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/crm/) for the blog postings.  I'd keep also an eye on  crm.dynamics.com/…/roadmap, and feel free to use your browser of choice to look more broadly.

    And you're quite welcome!

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  25. CRM addict says:

    Greg, your update on July 9 contradicts Dennis Michalis' blog post on July 6.

    According to Dennis, the Q2 2012 Service Update will ship on July 19 and include SQL Server 2012 support. But your article states that nothing will ship in July and SQL Server 2012 support is already there.

    Dennis also mentions industry templates and data center certifications are part of the Q2 2012 service update, but these are not code releases and are already available.

    Can you clairify what's going on?

  26. Greg Nichols says:

    @ CRM addict

    Sure. What Dennis is saying, IMO, is that new code is being released in CRM Oniine to support SQL 2012 for online customers.  This SQL 2012 compatibility code was released to on-premise customers via Update Rollup 6 (via the the Microsoft Download Center and Microsoft Update) in January, 2012,

    I disagree with your statement that industry templates and data center certifications "are not code releases".  There are industry templates that are, I believe, code releases and part of the Q2 2012 service release that are not yet available unless you had access to TAP bits, etc.  As I mention above, this code will now be released via the Q4 2011 Service Release.  Also, new code is likely being released to support the new data center certifications.

    You may want to ask Dennis via his blog posting for further clarification.

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  27. Andre says:

    Hi Greg, our CRM Online in EMEA is still at version 5.0.9690.2174 (UR7+). Nothing happened (or seemed to have happened) on 19th July. I was expecting a version change to UR8+. Am I getting confused?

    Thanks

    Andre

  28. Greg Nichols says:

    @ Andre – I don't have much visibility into CRM Online servicing release dates, but I suspect one will be forthcoming in August.

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  29. Vijay Sriamoju says:

    Currently in my Organisation,Dynamics CRM Server 2011 was installed with rollup 7added to it, on our production environment for Sales team.Our primary objective is run the onpremise deployment  on Safai browser

    My question is like would there be any alternative approach where we can satisfy the need apart from the R8 launch

    Moreover when was it expected to release on global market(Multi browser support) i mean the approx date?

    Thanks in Advance!

  30. Adrian Ritchie says:

    Do you have any information as to why CRM2011 Rollup 10 has just be re-released?  We were just gearing up to deploy rollup 10 and want to know if we should delay to test this new release?

    Cheers,

    Adrian

  31. Greg Nichols says:

    @Vijay – multi-browser support is planned for an Update Rollup release in late 2012

  32. Hosk says:

    Excellent article, keep up the great work chaps

  33. Ben S. says:

    Are there any new dates for the Jan. '13 releases?  I know Jan. 10th and 22nd are the On-Prem release dates, but I haven't seen anything for the Outlook client dates for Online customers.  Are we to assume they're the same for the On-Prem releases?  What if an online customer gets the Outlook client update pushed to them on 1/22/13 but their online org hasn't been updated yet?

  34. James H says:

    Is there any dates for Rollup 22 for CRM 4? My boss is kicking me because I said it would be coming last year =)

  35. Gareth Howells says:

    CRM Online is now reporting build .3339! Dec 2012 Service Update and Update Rollup 12 including Yammer capabilities, iPad support, New sales process user interface, Guided process for customer support, Click to Call by using Skype or Lync, Support for Bing Maps, etc.

  36. Greg Nichols says:

    @ James H – see my updates to this blog.  Release of a UR22 for CRM 4.0 is under consideration but obviously the previously posted tentative release has passed.

  37. Great 🙂 thx a lot..

  38. Simon Hetzel says:

    Second Gareth Howells point – it would be great for this page to be kept updated with build numbers for CRM Online as well.  For example .3379 anyone? – what client UR should a customer be running against that – 12 or 13?

  39. Greg Nichols says:

    @Gareth and Simon: Either UR12 or UR13 would be fine, as build 3379 is a build between UR12 and UR13, but we recommend that the build delta between client and server Update Rollups is no greater than one Update Rollup

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  40. Markus Konrad says:

    Nice overview.

    Thanks very much.

  41. Julian Preis says:

    Nice Information.

    May i ask you to complete the CRM 2011 Table?

  42. Greg Nichols says:

    @Julian… what do you mean by "complete the CRM 2011 Table" exactly?

    @All… I'll soon be adding a table for CRM 2013 Update Rollup Collateral… everybody ready? 😉

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  43. Simon Hetzel says:

    Any news on CRM 2013 UR1?

  44. TSO says:

    IE 11 anyone? ETA on support IE 11?

  45. Greg Nichols says:

    There are no plans currently to support IE 11 on CRM 2011, but for CRM 2013, it will be supported with CRM 2013 Update Rollup 2, which should be released shortly.

    Thanks,

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  46. Andres says:

    Are you sure that is the latest build version for CRM 2013 UR2? The KB is stating 06.00.0002.0051 support.microsoft.com/…/2919956

  47. Larry McCoy says:

    Is there any possibility of providing the links to the related CRM SDK for each rollup?  I've found that I can only use the SDK tools (namely the plugin-registration tool) that were released with the same CRM 2011 rollup.  We are using CRM 2011 UR11, and I must use the plugin registration tool with this release in order to do plugin profiling and debugging. Later versions DO NOT WORK AT ALL.

  48. Greg Nichols says:

    @Andres – yes, there was a re-release of the Server package so the KB was changed to build 0051, though the rest of the packages remain at build 0046.  I made mention of this in the UR2 KB here:

    blogs.msdn.com/…/podcast-and-overview-microsoft-dynamics-crm-2013-update-rollup-2.aspx

    @Larry – good idea, I'll consider it.

    Greg Nichols

    Microsoft Corporation

  49. Christian Schulte says:

    Thank you for this great, reliable page.

    On the basis of your information I have made an online-tool to get the RU by entering the last 4 digits of the CRM-Version-Number. This is very usefull for us.

  50. TSO says:

    CRM 2015 is coming: RTM Version:  7.0.0.3543

  51. Øystein Jenssen says:

    6.1.2 is available: support2.microsoft.com/…/2963850

  52. Greg Nichols says:

    @ Oystein… 6.1.2 was available for a few hours but was recalled.  KB article now indicates Q1 2015 for release, and I'll make sure to update this blog when it's re-released.

    Greg Nichols

  53. Truebadore says:

    When does Update Rollup 3 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1 come out? Is there some way to get notified when it is available?  Thx

  54. Truebadore says:

    Tried to leave this comment before apologies if its a dupe

    When does Update Rollup 3 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1 come out? Can I get an email when it does?  Thanks

  55. Anne Stanton says:

    Thank You! So needed this for a presentation

  56. Greg Nichols says:

    @bwb1066:  The Knowledge Base article for Update Rollup 3 for CRM 2013 Service Pack 1 is live – support.microsoft.com/…/3016464, so you can see what's in it.  I can't give a date for release as we do quality-driven, not date-driven releases.  I'll likely post the blog the day it is released, or the day after.

  57. Greg Nichols says:

    @Anne Stanton:  Always glad to help, Anne 😉

  58. Dustin Lindsay says:

    Hey Greg, any word if there is another Rollup for MSCRM 2011 in the works, or is 18 the grand finale?  Thanks!

  59. Greg Nichols says:

    @Dustin Lindsay… possibly.  Keep an eye out for support.microsoft.com/…/2991534.

  60. June Chilkotowsky says:

    When will this link be working?  It's not going anywhere now.   support.microsoft.com/…/3032967  

  61. Hi June, the KB is there as a placeholder for now.  The article will be published once we've finalized the contents of the update and get it posted to the world.  Keep an eye out for the updates, otherwise I know that Greg will be creating a blog for this update and you'll get alerted if you're subscribed to the blog for updates.

    Thanks for reading!

    Sean

  62. Tammy - WDVCB says:

    For CRM 2013 does RU 2 need to be downloaded before RU 3 or can I just go straight to RU 3?  Great blog, very informative!

  63. Greg Nichols says:

    @ Tammy – all Update Rollups are "cumulative" so that there are generally no prerequisites, so yes, you can go straight from UR0, UR1, or UR2 to UR3.

  64. Mark Shryock says:

    I see a placeholder for CRM 2011-UR19.  Do you know for sure there will be another rollup for 2011?

  65. Mark Shryock says:

    Sorry, I wasn't signed in.