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Update Rollups for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

Throughout the supported lifespan of Microsoft CRM 2015 Microsoft will release updates packaged as Update Rollups. On this page we have summarised the key features of each update rollup and the links to the Microsoft website.

If you have any questions, or would like any assistance with applying any of these update rollups please contact us.

Update Rollup 1.2 for Microsoft CRM 2015

Update Rollup 1.2 is only available for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.   However, if you are running Microsoft Dynamics CRM on premise, Microsoft recommend that you apply this rollup to Microsoft Office Outlook and the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 E-mail Router. When they are running Update 1.2, those components can connect to a CRM organization that is running an earlier version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015.

This rollup fixed a large number of issues, and these are detailed here .

To download this update, click here for the Outlook client and Email Router only.  Update rollup 1.2 was NOT released for on premises servers.

Update Rollup 1.1 for Microsoft CRM 2015

Update rollup 1.1 is a client and email router only update.  It is not available for on-premises server installations.  If you are running Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 on-premise Microsoft recomend that you apply this hotfix to your email router (if applicable) and to your Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 for Microsoft Office Outlook. 

Update 1.1 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Online introduces support for:

  • Windows 10
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Office 2016

To download this update please go here

Update Rollup 1 for Microsoft CRM 2015

Update rollup 1 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM involves updates to the CRM user-interface layout, improved form engine for faster form loading and a variety of Marketing and technical improvements.

For more information on the features for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 rollup 1 please visit the Microsoft Knowledge Base article https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3056327 .

Build Numbers for Microsoft CRM 2015

Since Microsoft first released Microsoft CRM 2015 (in late 2014) 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. 

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The update rollup that has been applied to your installation is indicated by the number in brackets after the CRM 2015, and in particular the final four digits. The build numbers and their corresponding release dates are given below:

CRM 2015 Update Rollup NumberLast RevisionBuild Number

1

14 Apr 2015

 7.0.0001.129

2

1 May 2015

7.1.0000.1074

Newsletter - previous issues

For those of you who missed them, here are our previous newsletters, with articles about CRM and Microsoft Dynamics 365

October 2018

Marketing Automation with Microsoft Dynamics 365 - free ebook to download

Users do not (want to) use your CRM - why, and what you can do about it?

Meet a CEO: Gill Walker of Opsis

Training Opportunities - Updated schedule

Links to complete articles below

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September 2018

Seven Steps to a successful trial of Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE

Challenges with Microsoft Dynamics 365 v9 update and Microsoft Edge browser

Customers for Life - how effective CRM enables you to create them (and keep them)

Training Opportunities - Updated schedule

Links to complete articles below

newsletter092018

Seven Steps to a successful trial of Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE

Challenges with Microsoft Dynamics 365 v9 update and Microsoft Edge browser

Customers for Life - how effective CRM enables you to create them (and keep them)

Training Opportunities - Updated schedule


August 2018

Is your CRM a waste of time and money? 
Bi-annual updates for D365
Training Dos and Don'ts published in Business.com
Current Dynamics 365 Training opportunities

Links to complete articles below

Newsletter Aug18

Is your CRM a waste of time and money?

Bi-annual updates for D365

Training Dos and Don'ts - published in Business.com

Current Dynamics 365 Training opportunities

 

May 2015

Get More Business with CRM: Newsletter Marketing and Sales Follow-Up

May Newsletter

In this issue:

  • 10 ways CRM can improve your sales follow-up
  • Email newsletter marketing direct from CRM - how it's working for Opsis
  • ClickDimensions now available with local Australian hosting
  • Salesforce for Sale - who'd buy it and why? (And what it might mean for CRM users)
  • Ahead of the Pack Executive Briefing on ClickDimensions - save the date!

 

April 2015

All about Upgrades: the Why, When and How. Get our tips for success and tell us what you think.

 

March 2015

Win prizes in our Easter survey, CRM for Not-for-Profits, new training courses and more...

February 2015

Winners, Websites and Ways to Improve Your Data!

 

January 2015

Upgrade to CRM 2015? Or get more from your current CRM?

 

December 2014

Would you like half a day of free CRM advice?

 

November 2014

CRM 2015 is coming | Achieving Sales Excellence with CRM

 

October 2014

News, views and more from Opsis

 

September 2014

News, views and more from Opsis

 

Please complete the form below to download the presentation materials from CPA Week 2015.

There's a number of other bonus resources included too!

 

Update Rollups for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

Throughout the supported lifespan of Microsoft CRM 2013 Microsoft will release updates packaged as Update Rollups. On this page we have summarised the key features of each update rollup and the relevant links to the Microsoft website.  Some of these updates cannot be uninstalled, so please do a backup before applying them.  As of September 2017, the latest rollup for Microsoft Dynamic CRM 2014 was Update Rollup 4 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1, which was released in February 2016.

For more information about compatibility of the various update rollups with other Microsoft products, please go here.

If you have any questions, or would like any assistance with applying the update rollup please contact us.

Update Rollup 4 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1

This update makes the recent updates for the various client environments compatible with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

Update Rollup 4 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1 introduces support for the following additional products:

  • Windows 10
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Dynamics CRM App for Android 5.0 on tablets
  • Dynamics CRM App for Apple iOS 9.0 on tablets
  • Dynamics CRM App for Windows 10 on tablets


Update Rollup 3 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1

This update fixes a number of non-critical issues.  For more details please go here.  To download this update please go here .  In this update there are components for the Outlook client, for the email router and for the language packs. 

Update Rollup 2 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1

This update fixes a large number of issues.  For full information on the issues resolved please go here.  To download this update please go here - towards the bottom of the page

Update Rollup 1 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1

 In this update there are components for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 server, for the Outlook client, for the email router, for the language packs and for the report server.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Service Pack 1

This is the "Leo" release (Spring '14 for CRM Online) for CRM 2013 and incorporates all updates in update rollup 1 and update rollup 2.  New service capabilities are added but must be manually enabled in Settings > Administration > Install Product Updates.

Please note:

  • Product updates cannot be uninstalled.
  • SP1 for the server and client cannot be uninstalled.
  • SP1 for reporting extensions can be uninstalled.
  • CRM 2013 with SP1 has its own set of update rollups -m see above on this page.

 

Update Rollup 3

This update is a server only update.  This rollup is for Microsoft CRM 2013 Server, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Language Packs, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Email Router. It does not include an update for Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook.

This update is now not recomended.  Rather than apply this rollup, the advice is to move directly to service pack 1.

For more information visit the related Microsoft Knowledge Base article here. To download the update, please go here .

Update Rollup 2

Update Rollup 2 includes support for the following applications:

  • Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11 using CRM 2013 web application and CRM for Tablets
  • iOS7 support with Safari on iPad using the web application
  • Support for Safari using web application
  • CRM for Tablets using the tablet app for iPad Air
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 for CRM Server

For more information visit the related Microsoft Knowledge Base article here.

Update Rollup 1

Update Rollup 1 contains stability and memory-consumption improvements.

For more information visit the related Microsoft Knowledge Base article here.

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Opsis is an expert Microsoft Dynamics 365 consulting company. Our focus is your Microsoft Dynamics 365 success - not licence sales or billable hours. As Principal Consultant, Gill oversees all business operations and strategic planning and execution, yet she still believes in offering personal attention to each and every client, so as to understand their needs and offer tailored solutions.  We are based in Sydney, with clients in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane and across Australia.  We offer Microsoft Dynamics 365 strategy, Microsoft Dynamics 365 scoping, Microsoft Dynamics 365 implementation, Microsoft Dynamics 365 technical support, Microsoft Dynamics 365 advice and guidance, Microsoft Dynamics 365 training and mentoring.