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Re: Microsoft CRM Customers: Don't Use SP2 Yet
Posted by: Elizabeth Millard 2004-08-11 09:33:53
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Microsoft has announced the release of its Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), but has noted that Microsoft CRM 1.0 and 1.2 are not compatible with the update yet. The company has stated that enhanced security features in SP2 changes some of the default behaviors of Internet Explorer and desktop security zones. As a result, Microsoft CRM customers have been advised not to download the update because it will conflict with the CRM application. There is already a fix in place for CRM 1.2, so customers who want to use SP2 must upgrade to 1.2 and then apply the workaround.


Re: Microsoft CRM Customers: Don't Use SP2 Yet
Posted by: skim610 2004-08-16 10:40:57 In reply to: Elizabeth Millard
FYI - Microsoft offered a free webcast about Microsoft CRM & SP2 last week. The webcast was recorded so you can view this on-demand now.
Title: How Windows XP SP2 Will Affect Microsoft CRM 1.0 and 1.2
Link: http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032257370&EventCategory=5&culture=en-US&CountryCode=US

Re: Microsoft Customers: Don't Use SP2 or MS CRM Yet
Posted by: Technofile 2004-08-12 10:18:53 In reply to: Elizabeth Millard
"a Microsoft spokesperson said that there is already a fix in place for CRM 1.2, so customers who want to use SP2 must upgrade to 1.2 and then apply the workaround."
Translation: we'll be happy to sell you something to replace something you already paid for which we broke.
Sorry, i'm just not interested.
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