CRM 2011 Build and Version Numbers for Update Rollups

CRM 2011 Build and Version Numbers for Update Rollups

Version

Build Number

Release Date (DD/MM/YYYY)

KB Articles:

 SDK Version

RC

05.00.9688.53

 

-

 

RTM

05.00.9688.583

16/02/2011

 

 

Update Rollup 1

05.00.9688.1045

07/04/2011

KB2466084

 

Update Rollup 2

05.00.9688.1155

06/06/2011

KB2466086

 

Update Rollup 3

05.00.9688.1244

26/07/2011

KB2547347

 5.0.5

Update Rollup 4

05.00.9688.1450

19/09/2011

KB2556167

 

Update Rollup 5

05.00.9688.1533

20/10/2011

KB2567454

 5.0.7
 5.0.8

Update Rollup 6

05.00.9689.1985
05.00.9690.1992

12/01/2012
20/01/2012

KB2600640

 5.0.9

Update Rollup 7

05.00.9690.2165

22/03/2012

KB2600643

 5.0.10

Update Rollup 8

05.00.9690.2243

03/05/2012

KB2600644

 

Update Rollup 9

Cancelled - -  

Update Rollup 10

05.00.9690.2730
05.00.9690.2740

16/08/2012
04/10/2012

KB2710577
 5.0.12

Update Rollup 11

05.00.9690.2835
05.00.9690.2838
11/10/2012
23/10/2012
KB2739504
 

Critical Update for Update Rollup 11 05.00.9690.2903

7/26/2013

KB2855319  
Update Rollup 12
(OnPremise / v2)
05.00.9690.3218/
05.00.9690.3233/
05.00.9690.3236
07/01/2013
30/01/2013
KB2795627  5.0.14
CRM Online "Polaris" (UR12+)
05.00.9690.3233 13/01/2013  N/A  5.0.14
Update Rollup 13 05.00.9690.3448  03/26/2013  KB2791312   5.0.15 
Update Rollup 14 05.00.9690.3557  07/13/2013  KB2849744   5.0.16 
Update Rollup 15 05.00.9690.3731  10/08/2013  KB2843571   5.0.17
Update Rollup 16 05.00.9690.3911  01/22/2014  KB2872369                 
Update Rollup 17 05.00.9690.4150 05/08/2014 KB2915687  

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Comments
  • Very nice article

  • My CRM shows version number as 5.0.9690.3242, which is not listed in above list. Can I use SDK 5.0.15 with my crm version?

  • @Makarand occasionally Microsoft may push out minor updates or hotfixes to Update Rollups, in that case the version number you have may be subtly different to that which is published.  If your version number falls between two published version numbers, your version is essentially the earlier one.

    In your specific case you number falls between UR12 and UR13, therefore assume yours is UR12 and corresponds to SDK5.0.14.   That's not to say it's impossible to use SDK5.0.15, however be aware that it may cause problems.

  • @Makarand occasionally Microsoft may push out minor updates or hotfixes to Update Rollups, in that case the version number you have may be subtly different to that which is published.  If your version number falls between two published version numbers, your version is essentially the earlier one.

    In your specific case you number falls between UR12 and UR13, therefore assume yours is UR12 and corresponds to SDK5.0.14.   That's not to say it's impossible to use SDK5.0.15, however be aware that it may cause problems.

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