NAV November ’16 Cumulative Updates

As we know, on the beginning of the month we get a new cumulative updates for Dynamics NAV. This month everything is the same as we already used to. We got Cumulative Updates for the following NAV releases:

As you can notice, we didn’t get Cumulative Update for NAV 2017. Maybe we will get it later, but I’m sure we will get the first one the next month.

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On my first sight I didn’t see some features from NAV 2017 migrated to the older versions. Generally, there are standard platform and application hotfixes. Update your solution with the newest CU, but if you can – update your solution to the NAV 2017.

May 2016 Cumulative Updates for NAV 2016, 2015, 2013R2, 2013

Yesterday, Microsoft has been published the newest Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, NAV 2013R2 and NAV 2013. Today morning, Microsoft has published Cumulative Update for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 as well.

There are the all Cumulative Updates based on versions:

There are not so many Platform hotfixes and more Application hotfixes for almost all business area. Newer versions as usually have more hotfixes.

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As usually, these cumulative updates replace previously released cumulative updates.

April 2016 CU’s for Dynamics NAV

Few days ago, Microsoft has been published new Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, 2015, 2013R2 and 2013. This time, there were only few platform hotfixes (four for NAV 2016 and two per all other versions). They also include some application hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for these NAV versions:

  • NAV 2016 – Cumulative Update 6 (Build 45480)
  • NAV 2015 – Cumulative Update 18 (Build 45483)
  • NAV 2013R2 – Cumulative Update 30 (Build 45478)
  • NAV 2013 – Cumulative Update 37 (Build 45477)

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You can check all hotfixes and download these cumulative updates on the following links:

New CUs for NAV 2015, NAV 2013R2 and NAV 2013

Yesterday I’ve published article about the first CU for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016.

Only one day after this release, Microsoft also published new Cumulative Updates for:

Now, you can download and try them.

New Cumulative Updates for NAV2013R2 (CU20) and NAV2013 (CU27)

After today’s publishing of the newest Cumulative Update for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, few hours later Microsoft published new Cumulative Updated for two older versions NAV 2013 and NAV 2013 R2, as well. There are:

You can download them from previous links, but in this moment there is some problem; I expect, it will be solved very soon. These CUs are named as Build 41371 (NAV 2013 R2) and Build 41354 (NAV 2013).

New Cumulative Update 8 for NAV 2015 has been released

Cumulative Update 8 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 has been released today, one hour ago. It includes the most of application area (Cash Management, Finance, Inventory, Jobs, Prepayments, Purchase, Sales, Service and Warehouse) and very useful platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015.

It also has a lot application hotfixes for following localizations: Belgium, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Germany, Spanish, France, Italy, Norway, Russia and UK.

You can download Cumulative Update 8 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 from here. This CU is named as Build 41370.

Mainstream Support for NAV 2009 Ends

Mainstream support for all Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 versions ends January 13th, 2015. This is the last NAV version with the classic client. Of course, NAV 2009 also has RTC client, but a lot of companies use classic client. That means, Microsoft ends with classic client support.

Upgrade

Maybe, this is the right moment to think about upgrade to the newer NAV versions. In this situation I recommend NAV 2015. With the new Microsoft Dynamics policy, we have new cumulative updates every month, and if you use them, you will stay current in the future. That means, you will not have a need for new upgrade in following years, because you will always have the newest version. This will make a less of your investment in the future and less your users adapts to new versions – a lot of benefits.

Source: https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/northamerica/NAV/support/support-news/MainstreamSupportNAV2009