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Build Numbers for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

Since Microsoft first released Microsoft CRM 2013 (in early 2013) they have released several update rollups. Each update rollup fixes several problems that have been identified since the initial release. It is generally recommended that you keep your CRM patched with the latest release. However, it can often be difficult to know which update rollup has been applied to an installation of Microsoft CRM.

To determine which update rollup has been applied to your installation look at Help About (found on the File Menu). The Help About window will look similar to this image. 

About Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

The update rollup that has been applied to your installation is indicated by the number in brackets after the CRM 2013, and in particular the final four digits. The build numbers and their corresponding release dates are given below:

CRM 2013 Update Rollup NumberLast RevisionBuild Number

Update rollup 1 for CRM 2013

16th December 2013

 6.0.0001.0061

Update rollup 2 for CRM 2013

1st April 2014

Server
06.00.0002.0051

Outlook, Email Router, Language Pack, Reporting Extensions
06.00.0002.0046

Update rollup 3 for CRM 2013

11th July 2014

6.00.0003.0106

Service pack 1 for CRM 2013 - the Leo release

28 May 2014

6.1.0.0581

Update rollup 1 for service pack 1

22nd September 2014

6.1.1.132

Update rollup 2 for service pack 1

February 2015

6.1.2.0112

Update rollup 3 for service pack 1

 April 2015

6.1.2.0112

Update rollup 4 for service pack 1

 February 2016

 

6.1.4.0145

Build Numbers for Microsoft CRM 2011

Since Microsoft first released Microsoft CRM 2011 (in early 2011) they have released several update rollups. Each update rollup fixes several problems that have been identified since the initial release. It is generally recommended that you keep your CRM patched with the latest release. However, it can often be difficult to know which update rollup has been applied to an installation of Microsoft CRM.

To determine which update rollup has been applied to your installation look at Help About (found on the File Menu. The Help About window will look similar to this image.

aboutmicrosoftcrm2011 sml

The update rollup that has been applied to your installation is indicated by the number in brackets after the CRM 2011, and in particular the final four digits. An explanation of the numbers and their corresponding release numbers is given below:

 

CRM 2011 Update Rollup NumberRelease dateRelease date – Microsoft UpdateBuild number - Server
1 4 Apr 2011 26 Apr 2011 5.0.9688.1045
2 6 Jun 2011 28 Jun 2011 5.0.9688.1155, 5.0.9688.1157 (server)
3 26 Jul 2011 23 Aug 2011 5.0.9688.1244
4 22 Sep 2011 Was not released to Microsoft Update 5.0.9688.1450
5 25 Oct 2011 8 Nov 2011 5.0.9688.1533
6 12 Jan 2012 24 Jan 2012 5.0.9690.1992 (contains the Q4 2011 Service Release, and provides support for SQL 2012)
7 22 Mar 2012 27 Mar 2012 5.0.9690.2165
8 3 May 2012 22 May 2012 5.0.9690.2243
10 16 Aug 2012 11 Sep 2012 5.0.9690.2730
11 23 Oct 2012 10 Oct 2012 5.0.9690 TBD
12 29 Jan 2013   5.0.9690.3233
13 26 Mar 2013   5.0.9690.3233
14 11 July 2013   5.0.9690.3557
15 7 October 2013   5.0.9690.3731
16 22 January 2014   5.0.9690.3911
17 8 May 2014   5.0.9690.4150
18 24 September 2014   5.0.9690.4376

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