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If you use Chrome to access Dynamics CRM then please read:
Users of Dynamics CRM that use Chrome as a browser to access Dynamics CRM due to a Chrome update (version 37 or higher) support for some features in Dynamics CRM has been deprecated. The deprecated feature of Dynamics CRM is the support for Modal Dialogues i.e. if you open up the form customisation and try and save and publish in Chrome on the latest version you may notice it does not save or publish. This is because Dynamics CRM is using a modal dialogue, likewise you may see this behaviour on editing dashboards or updating status reasons. The current fix for this is a registry update which can be found here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/3000002, or using an alternative browser.
Microsoft has just announced that in April they will be releasing updates that will fix the feature deprecation. In order for customers, who are using Chrome browser, to continue to function, they will need to upgrade to the upcoming CRM versions listed below:
CRM 2011 – A COD will be delivered on CRM 2011 UR18(On prem Only)
CRM 2013 – A COD will be delivered in CRM 2013 UR3(On prem Only)
CRM 2013 SP1 – Fix will be included in CRM 2013 SP1 UR3(Online & On Prem)
CRM 2015 – Fix will be included in CRM 2015 UR1(Online & On Prem)
*Note: COD = Critical On Demand Fix
Please be aware that these updates are coming and will need to be applied to your environments to ensure Chrome based users can fully function on the latest versions. If you need support from Intergen to help with these updates then pleas get in contact with your Customer Services Manager or Account Manager or get in contact with me.
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