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Im looking to compare all the changes made from the version I had 220.127.116.11 since the newest update 18.104.22.168.
By default, the location of the log files, where User is the account of the user who ran Setup, is as follows:
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Server Setup generates several distinct log files, depending on whether the installation is for a new deployment or an upgrade from a previous version.
Crmserversetup.log. The file that contains most of the Dynamics 365 Server installation or upgrade activity.
Crmsetup.log. The file that contains Setup update (self-healing Setup) activity.
LegacyFeatureCheck.xml. During Dynamics 365 Server upgrade, Setup analyzes the deployment for outdated (legacy) customization and extensibility features, such as Dynamics CRM 4.0 plug-ins or solutions that use the 2007 web services endpoint. This file contains the results.
SrsDataConnectorSetup.log. The file that contains most of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Reporting Extensions installation activity.
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