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When this appears in the dynamicsSetupLog, what has then gone wrong: "You cannot import the Foundation (KB4556782) model into a Microsoft layer."
I just 3 weeks ago installed 7 hotfix models from Microsoft into a customers AX 2012 Development and Test environment without any problems, but today, as I am installing 1 new hotfix into the Dev and Test environment, it fails with this message. The update wizard completes successfully, but has a red dot on the last page telling me, that nothing was installed on the model database.
This issue has just been fixed, please redownload the hotfix. Sorry for the inconvenience.
I actually downloaded a newer hotfix, that had the original one included, and then it installed correctly. But I am facing the problem yet again on the customers Staging environment with some other KB's. Does that mean that I have to download those again. These are KB4513051 and KB4523295 and KB4539848 and KB4541273. Does this have to do with the signing of your models, or what is the reason for the message??
From what i have found is there is some certificate check failing in a bunch of hotfixes. These are being investigated.
Please log a support request through your support channels and mention the list of fixes that are not working to get better traction on this.
Microsoft is still working on this to fix the issue. However a workaround is possible but for that you need to contact MS to get a dowload link for an unsigned version of AxUtilLib.dll ...
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