Dynamics AX 2009 Rollup 7 released to PartnerSource and CustomerSource
Microsoft has announced the release of
Dynamics AX 2009 Rollup 7 for AX 2009 SP1 customers. The release is available on PartnerSource and CustomerSource.
Due to the cumulative nature of the rollups,
RU-7 carries all the content that has been
released in previous rollups (RU-1, RU-2,
RU-3, RU-4, RU-5, RU-6). For more
information, please refer to the following
knowledge base article:
Dynamics AX 2009 SP1 RU-7: KB2503850.
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Dynamics AX 2012 Beta Download now available on PartnerSource
Beta edition of Dynamics AX 2012 is now available on Partner Source, There are limited scripts available at present but we will expect there to be more content made available after Convergence.
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Microsoft Dynamics® AX Statement of Direction
Product strategy and roadmap for Microsoft
Dynamics AX. This document will give you an
insight into our Microsoft Dynamics AX
development plans through the year 2018.
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Statement of Direction. (2.71 MB; 54 pages)
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5 for Dynamics AX 2009 Released
Rollup 5 for Dynamics AX 2009 RTM and SP1 has been released.
Microsoft is releasing one roll-up package
per SP level (RTM and SP1). Each package is
Members may access the individual
packages and the Dynamics AX 2009
Installation Guide using the links listed
below. Available to registered
Microsoft PartnerSource or CustomerSource
members (password required):
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Did You Know! Lifecycle Supported Service Packs:
The Microsoft Support Lifecycle policy requires that the product’s supported service pack be installed to continue to receive support (including security updates). When a new service pack is released, Microsoft will provide either 12 or 24 months of support for the previous service pack.
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