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Microsoft Dynamics CRM – New naming conventions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM updates

There are naming convention changes happening now with the latest releases and updates to Microsoft Dynamics CRM for both Online and On-Premises. What does this all mean you might ask? Well if you are use to hearing lines like Update Rollups, Service Packs, Spring Release, Fall Release – then keep reading.

The Microsoft Dynamics Community and Customers have requested a description of what do all these terms mean (i.e. Update Rollups, Service Packs) and how do they differentiate between Online and On-Premise and the relating version numbers.

As of today, Microsoft has release an official blog post outlining the naming conventions for Dynamics CRM to clarify it all for you. If you are a Partner with Microsoft, I suggest you share this information with your customers so they are also clear about what version they have and the naming that relates to it.

Below is a snippet from the blog post. I suggest you head to the link below to read the details about the new naming conventions.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/crm/archive/2015/04/14/new-naming-conventions-for-microsoft-dynamics-crm-updates.aspx

CRM Naming Conventions 15-04-2015 - FIXED

Greg Olsen
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