We were trying to work out what release number are CRM 2011 dev server was using and after typing CRM 2011 release, build numbers and all sorts of other variations on those words I finally found somewhere which listed all of them
So well done to Bite my Bytes for having the information, I assume it’s up to date, you can read them from the site here. If anyone knows where this information is listed officially by Microsoft I would be interested to know because I couldn’t find it.
|Version||Build Number||Release Date||Windows Update Date|
|RTM||5.0.9688.583||February 16, 2011||–||Download|
|Update Rollup 1||5.0.9688.1045||April 7, 2011||April 26, 2011||Download|
- Uninstall the RC.
- Install to existing databases using the RTM bits.
- Apply the RTM Patch (KB 2461082) against the RTM server. This will enable you to import RC organizations if needed. See KB 2511317. If you do not need to import RC organizations, then you will not need the patch in this scenario.
- After you upgrade your deployment to run with an RTM server, you may need to log into Deployment Manager and upgrade your RC organizations from 5.0.9688.xx to 5.0.9688.583. You can do this by selecting your RC organization, and then click Upgradein the Actions pane.
- Run the SQL Script from KB 2461082 against any Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 organizations that were upgraded to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 while the server was using RC bits.